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Five Wild Things We Learned From Paris Hilton’s

Five Wild Things We Learned From Paris Hilton’s New Cooking Show

Celebrity chefs are usually the first to share ideas and recipes to enhance the quality of food items in your home, such as roast chicken and pasta dishes. We’re betting recepti cokoladna torta that Alex Guarnaschelli, Giada De Laurentiis, and Guy Fieri are on your top wish list.

Paris Hilton was not a famous name before. It’s time to keep a calendar in mind, as Paris Hilton’s new cooking show Cooking with Paris will be available on Netflix August 4th.

Kim Kardashian and Demi Lovato will be special guests on the debut season of Paris. They’ll be in Paris for events such as breakfast under the stars, taco nights, and even a vegan burger-and-fries food feast. Netflix says that Paris Hilton is an “anyone is able to cook” chef, who brings her own flavor to every dish. The unique cooking show is about fun.

This show will teach you some interesting tips about edible glitter bombs. Here are some outrageous recipes from Paris for this special event.

1. Apron is an option.

Parisians do not require the protection of an apron from temperatures or boiling water. The New York Post reported that the dry-cleaning fee for Cooking with Paris was $2,000, and while we may not be able to pay the same amount, we may still wear our apron when peanut butter or jelly is in use.

2. Additional protection for your hands when you wear gloves without fingers

Paris is an expert in the kitchen and has been making use of it for years. Paris has patented a new invention, the fingerless gloves, is extremely useful in making kitchen staples like tacos or burgers.

3. Sunglasses can help shield your eyes while you chop onions.

When you chop onions, you won’t likely see Ina or Martha wearing rhinestone-rimmed sunglasses. Paris recommends wearing sunglasses to shield your eyes and keep you from burning your eyes while using knives.

4. The food that is semi-homemade can still be made.

Paris is a chef! She is not afraid to make use of store-bought items like Kraft cheese or mac and cheese when she cooks dinner. The same concept that was taught in the beginning of 2000s is still relevant today that semi-homemade meals are acceptable.

Paris provides her easy advice on the boxed macaron and cheese in “Get Over It Holiday Feast with Lele Pons”. Always add more cheese to your mac and cheese.

5. Always keep an emergency plan for backup!

Even the best of recipes follow exactly, it’s not always always work out the way you had planned. This essential lesson is reinforced in Cooking with Paris, especially in episode “Italian Night with Demi Lovato.” A word of caution! According to The Post, after disaster was declared, ravioli and cannolis made of pre-made ravioli were saved by raviolis and cannolis inspired by pinks and unicorns.