Taste, aroma, sight, feel and sound all contribute to the eating experience -- we smell food before we see or taste it, and sometimes we even hear it being cooked (think about the sound of frying chicken). Food is, above all, a sensory experience, but what about the cooking of it? Many people don't think to use their senses when they cook, but you'll be surprised by how much it will improve your cooking. Learn how in the slideshow below!
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