Five Wild Things We Learned from Paris

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By AugustusWilliams

Hilton’s New Cooking Show

Celebrity chefs are often the first to offer tips and recipes for improving household staples such as pasta dishes and roast chicken. We’d wager that Alex Guarnaschelli and Giada de Laurentiis, Guy Fieri or Ina Garten are at the top of your wish list.

Paris Hilton was not a household name before. You should mark your calendars, because Paris Hilton’s brand-new cooking series Recepti Cooking with Paris will be available on Netflix August 4.

The debut season features special guests such as Demi Lovato and Kim Kardashian joining Paris for events like breakfast in the cloud, taco night and even a vegan burger-and-fries feast. Netflix teases that Paris Hilton is a “anyone-can-cook” chef who adds her own flavor to each dish. This unique cooking show is all about having fun.

This show will teach you some interesting tips about edible glitter bombs. Below are some of the most outrageous kitchen lessons from Paris to mark the occasion.

  1. An apron is not necessary.

Parisians don’t need the protection an apron offers from hot oil or boiling water. According to the New York Post, the dry cleaning cost for Cooking with Paris alone was $2,000 While we at-home chefs are unlikely to be able to pay a similar amount, we can still ditch our apron the next time peanut butter and jelly are in use.

  1. Extra protection for your hands with fingerless gloves

Paris is a master of the kitchen and has been using it for years. Paris’ fingerless gloves are a trademarked invention that is super useful for making kitchen staples such as tacos and burgers.

  1. When chopping onions, sunglasses can protect your eyes.

While chopping onions, you won’t likely see Ina or Martha wearing rhinestone-rimmed sunglasses. Paris recommends wearing them to protect your eyes and keep you from burning your eyes while using a knife.

  1. You can still cook semi-homemade food.

Paris is a chef! She is not afraid to use store-bought products like Kraft cheese and mac and cheese to make dinner. The same lesson that was taught in the early 2000s is still relevant today: semi-homemade meals are acceptable.

Paris shares her straightforward advice on boxed mac & cheese in the episode “Get Over It Holiday Feast With Lele Pons”. You should always add more cheese to your mac and cheese.

  1. Always keep a backup plan in place!

Even if you follow every recipe exactly, things don’t always go according the plan in the kitchen. Cooking with Paris reminds of this important lesson in life, particularly in episode “Italian Night with Demi Lovato.” Spoiler alert! According to The Post after disaster strikes, some premade ravioli and cannolis inspired by unicorns and pinks saved the day.

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