TutorGlass English cooking course - Take Home Chef in Summer Time! Chilled Angel Hair Pasta with Cheese Cake

The temperature in Taiwan this summer has hovered around 37 degrees almost every day. Since TutorGlass courses started in July, English cooking courses have been a favorite, with many students requesting recipes for light cuisine to suit the weather. TutorABC editor and star consultant Alan responded to everyone’s enthusiasm, and prepared a chilled angel hair pasta dish with summer vegetables and sun-dried tomato, as well as a classic cheesecake, two cool dishes for the first TutorGlass Blogger event. Many famous bloggers attended, representing various fields, including technology, family, as well as travel and gourmet writers. On a relaxing afternoon in an Italian restaurant, they were all in attendance to enjoy a live TutorGlass demonstration.

To begin, TutorABC Branding and PR Vice President Rose Chao explained the innovations, specific features and future uses of TutorGlass in all kinds of professional fields. Imagine having access to a Michelin star chef in your own kitchen. This is the approach to instruction that TutorGlass is bringing to education, more than just teaching English.

The focus of the TutorGlass event is, of course, on Alan’s cooking skills, which he showed everyone in real-time via TutorGlass. The main course, the chilled angel hair pasta, came first, along with clear instructions of the steps. Everything was clear from Alan’s angle, showing the water boiling, the pasta cooking, chilling in the ice bath, and tossing the pasta in the Italian vinaigrette. Finally, he added grilled zucchini and yellow pepper, and garnished with sun-dried tomatoes. Words like ‘grilled,’ ‘pickled’ and other cooking terms were also explained in the session, the kind of content that makes English learning simple and rewarding.

To start the cheese cake, Alan put the cookie crumbs on the bottom of a spring form pan, mentioning that different cookies will produce different results. Next he mixed the cream cheese, eggs, and sugar. Once it had reached the right consistency, also visible through the live feed, the cake finally went into the oven to bake. There were smiles and camera flashes the entire afternoon. All in attendance enjoyed the cooking session as well as the meal.

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TutorGlass English cooking course - Take Home Chef in Summer Time! Chilled Angel Hair Pasta with Cheese Cake

To start the cheese cake, Alan put the cookie crumbs on the bottom of a spring form pan, mentioning that different cookies will produce different results. Next he mixed the cream cheese, eggs, and sugar. Once it had reached the right consistency, also visible through the live feed, the cake finally went into the oven to bake. There were smiles and camera flashes the entire afternoon. All in attendance enjoyed the cooking session as well as the meal.