Eliminate Any Doubt You CAN Learn To Cook.


I help people every week to learn to cook and yet I'm approached all of the time by people telling that that they can't cook. I'm here to tell you that you can cook, in fact, I believe that you just don't have the right information about cooking. Think about it, saying that you can't cook is like saying that you've lost something, right? If you've lost a leg, then you might say, "I can't walk." But what have you lost to be able to say that you can't cook?

Listen, you’re not born knowing how to cook, none of us is and the fact that you don't know how to cook is not your fault. If cooking wasn’t a family hobby or if you didn’t have a mother or grandmother to teach you, then you've been left to get cooking information from recipe books and celebrity chefs. And I know that that means, they always let you down! They may have brighter colors, prettier to look at and be more entertaining than grandma, but cook books and celebrity chefs don't teach you how to cook.

I had a student come to class once and tell me a story about how wonderful her Grandmother's lasagna was. In an effort to ensure that the legacy of her Grandmother's lasagna lived on, she got the recipe from her Grandmother and went home to create the masterpiece making sure that she followed the recipe exactly. Lo and behold, it didn't hold a candle to the Grandmother's lasagna. When she confronted her Grandmother, she said, "Well, I never follow that recipe anyway."

Recipes let everyone down. In the end, when following the cooking information that a recipe gives to you and it doesn't come out right, you think you don't know how to cook...that you can't learn to cook. You have doubts creep into your thoughts, "Everybody cooks with recipes, right? I’m the only one who can’t make a recipe look like the photo in the book."

Wrong!

You’re not the only one who can't make a recipe turn out great, you’re one of everyone. Everyone can't cook at one point in their life.

Everyone can’t cook to one degree or another and to be a great cook:

  • You don’t have to be a celebrity chef
  • You don’t have to know the difference between escarole and escargot
  • You don’t have to know how to bake a cake
  • You don’t have to know how to open a clam
  • You don’t have to know how to make beef bourguignon

So what cooking information do you need to have to know to learn to cook? You already know it!

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About Chef Todd

Chef Todd Mohr is a Certified Culinary Educator who has empowered home cooks all over the world with the reliable, dependable, repeatable METHODS behind cooking that build confidence, generate creativity and enable anyone to cook with the ingredients THEY desire.

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  • Chef Todd
    Chef Todd
    12:24 PM - 9 November, 2017

    Hi Chris!
    Yes, my classes can help him. The food does not change color as much as it changes shades and he should be able to witness the relative changes in the product. WebCookingClasses focuses on the HEAT in cooking and the EFFECTS of heat on food, which are recognizable if you can see colors or not. Then, we use a thermometer to QUANTIFY the finished internal temperature, and he can certainly do that as well. Give the classes a try, you can get a refund within 30 days if they're not for him.

  • Chris Kwiecien
    Chris Kwiecien
    12:53 AM - 9 November, 2017

    My son is totally color blind. I've tried to teach him but he can't distinguish when meats change color, etc. He relies totally on prepared foods and a clock. Can your classes help him?

  • Chef Todd
    Chef Todd
    1:38 PM - 29 August, 2017

    Hi Lynel!
    The WebCookingClasses approach to cooking is a focus on the repeatable, dependable, reliable cooking METHODS that can be use with any ingredients.

    When you can repeat the 9 steps in the saute process, it doesn't matter WHAT you are cooking, only HOW you cook it.

    This is the great thing about cooking by METHOD versus searching for vegan, organic, non-GMO, no dairy RECIPES. Cooking METHODS allow you to cook ALL things, a recipe limits you to cooking ONE thing.

    Yes, I can teach a person like you because you'll focus on HOW to cook and be able to choose the WHAT to cook that is appropriate for your diet.

  • LyNel Gross
    LyNel Gross
    6:17 AM - 29 August, 2017

    I am a strict vegan, organic, non GMO. No meat, no dairy & hardly no sugar. What can you teach a person about cooking with a lifestyle like mine.

  • Chef Todd
    Chef Todd
    2:28 PM - 23 July, 2017

    Hi Donna!
    Cooking gluten-free, low fat, low salt, or any other dietary restriction doesn't change the COOKING nor how heat is transferred to food. Only the ingredients change. Once you are empowered with the METHODS of cooking, then YOU choose the ingredients appropriate for your dietary needs.

  • Donna Palmar
    Donna Palmar
    10:19 PM - 19 July, 2017

    I have been celiac foe 15 years I want to relearn normal cooing again

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