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Jeopardy Using Recipes T/F Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Cooking Terms More Terms Random
$100 Question from Using Recipes What does the abbreviation t stand for?
$100 Answer from Using Recipes teaspoon
$200 Question from Using Recipes What does the abbreviation for c stand for?
$200 Answer from Using Recipes cup
$300 Question from Using Recipes What tool is used to scrape food out of bowls and fold delicate ingredients together?
$300 Answer from Using Recipes Rubber scraper
$400 Question from Using Recipes What tool is used to cut flour into solid fat when preparing biscuits?
$400 Answer from Using Recipes Pastry blender
$500 Question from Using Recipes What appliance uses assorted blades and discs to chop, blend, mix and perform a variety of other specialized jobs?
$500 Answer from Using Recipes Food processor
$100 Question from Cooking Terms What is the abbreviation for tablespoon?
$100 Answer from Cooking Terms T
$200 Question from Cooking Terms How many ounces are in a pound?
$200 Answer from Cooking Terms 16
$300 Question from Cooking Terms How many pints are in a quart?
$300 Answer from Cooking Terms 2
$400 Question from Cooking Terms Chopping is a technique in which ______________
$400 Answer from Cooking Terms Food is cut into small, randomly sized pieces
$500 Question from Cooking Terms To mix using a spoon with a circular motion is to _____________
$500 Answer from Cooking Terms Stir
$100 Question from More Terms When washing dishes by hand, what is the best order to wash them in? (plates, glasses, pans)
$100 Answer from More Terms Glasses, plates, pans
$200 Question from More Terms A Lean Cuisine meal would be an example of a _________________ food.
$200 Answer from More Terms convenience
$300 Question from More Terms An advantage of convenience foods is ____________________.
$300 Answer from More Terms They are quick and easy
$400 Question from More Terms A disadvantage of convenience foods is _______________________.
$400 Answer from More Terms They often contain more fat and sugar and they cost more
$500 Question from More Terms The part of the recipe that provides the number of servings is the:
$500 Answer from More Terms Yield
$100 Question from Random Bon Appetite, Southern Living, Better Homes and Garden are
$100 Answer from Random Magazines with recipes
$200 Question from Random Nested cups that contains ¼, 1/3, ½ and 1 full cup are:
$200 Answer from Random Measuring cups
$300 Question from Random A piece of equipment used for cutting shortening into dry ingredients is known as:
$300 Answer from Random Pastry blender
$400 Question from Random Which kitchen appliance quickly cooks, defrosts, and reheats most foods?
$400 Answer from Random Microwave oven
$500 Question from Random Three teaspoons equals one:
$500 Answer from Random Tablespoon
$100 Question from T/F Dry measuring cups can also be used to measure ingredients that are not dry, such as yogurt and jam.
$100 Answer from T/F T
$200 Question from T/F If a recipe calls for one tablespoon of fresh herbs, it is ok to use one tablespoon of dried herbs instead.
$200 Answer from T/F F
$300 Question from T/F The main work centers of a kitchen should form a work square that defines the primary path of work flow.
$300 Answer from T/F F
$400 Question from T/F Shaking the cup when measuring flour allows you to get a more accurate measurement.
$400 Answer from T/F F
$500 Question from T/F Convenience foods are also called processed foods.
$500 Answer from T/F T
Final Jeopardy Text here
Final Jeopardy Answer Text here
Chapter 39 Food Preparation Basics. Recipes for Success Recipes are road maps to successful food preparation. They provide you with all the information.
EQUIPMENT AND ITS USES. MCMC Used to remember the classifications of Measuring, Cutting/Prepping, Mixing, and Cooking/Cleaning All kitchen equipment is.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
PROCESSING FOOD Vocabulary. KITCHEN UTENSILS BLENDER.
Nutrition and Food Science REVIEW ON BASICS. To beat eggs use a: Wire whip.
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Kitchen Basics Jeopardy Recipe Conversion Sanitation Equivalent Measures EquipmentMix it up
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Round Common abbrev. Equal measures toolsMisc
Recipe and Measuring Basics. Recipe Basics Recipe: set of directions for making food or beverage. Success with a recipe: Cook’s skill Well written.
Warm Ups 1. How long do we wash our hands for? 2. What does a turner do? 3. Where do we stand when we open the oven?
Refrigerator Large Appliance. Freezer Large Appliance.
Equivalents Measures Dash = less than 1/8 teaspoon 3 teaspoons (t/tsp) = 1 tablespoon (T/tbsp) 4 tbsp = ¼ cup (c) 5 tbsp + 1 tsp = 1/3 cup (c ) 16 tbsp.
Recipe- set of directions used in cooking List the amounts of ingredients needed and tell you what to do with ingredients Questions to ask: Does the recipe.
Getting Started in The Kitchen Chapter 13. Objectives Identify abbreviations and define cooking terms used in recipes Measure ingredients for use in recipes.
Kitchen Basics Reading a Recipe Abbreviations and Equivalencies Equipment & Utensils Measuring Lab Responsibilities.
Reading a Recipe and Measuring 1.List the FOUR parts of a recipe: 1.List and amounts of ingredients 2.Step-by-step instructions 3.Essential info about.
Read the manual and know how to operate your microwave properly Using & Caring for Microwave Ovens: Do not turn on a microwave when empty. Use only.
Basic Cooking Skills Test Study Guide. Cooking Abbreviations tablespoon – T. or Tbsp. teaspoon – t. or tsp. cup – C. pint – pt. quart – qt. gallon – gal.
Measuring What you need to know. 1 Tablespoon3 teaspoon 1 Tablespoon = 3 t e a spoons There are 3 letters in the word tea and 3 teaspoons in a tablespoon.
Looks like a small glass pitcher Metal or plastic.
RECIPE BASICS A recipe is a set of directions for making a food or beverage.
Measurements and Equivalents. Recipe Basics Recipe Adjustments.
Standards of Measurement A.Abbreviations 1.T or Tbsp 2.t or tsp 3.c 4.pt 5.qt 6.gal 7.oz 8.lb 9.f. g. 10.L T.
Basic Kitchen Equipment Their Uses and Storage Areas ** Use this presentation to help you complete your equipment pages in your class work packet if you.
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Following a Recipe The dos and donts!. If you were taking a road trip to some place you had never been to before, what would you want to take with you?
©2002 Learning Zone Express 1 = = Sara Jane Strecker, FACS Educator.
8.03 Basic Skills in the Kitchen What skills are needed to practice basic food preparation?
Foods Foods 2 Ms. Stevens Review. Start Recipe-How do you know it’s a good recipe? All ingredients are listed The yield is listed All steps are listed.
Measuring Techniques How to Measure Accurately Mrs. Shelton.
Click to begin. Equipment Jeopardy!! Click here for Final Jeopardy.
Weights and Measures Visual 1. Visual 2 Introduction The last customer deserves the same quality as the first customer.
Quick breads are grouped according to the consistency of the unbaked mixture.
Getting Started in the Kitchen. Choosing a recipe Recipe: set of instructions for preparing a specific food Yield: number of average servings the recipe.
Measuring Tools Liquid Measuring Cup – Made of glass or plastic. Extra space at the top allows you to carry without spilling. Has a spout for easy pouring.
Starter What does a pastry blender do?? Kitchen Equipment Plus a little…
Cooking Terms. 1.Bake To cook by dry heat, usually in an oven. 2. Beat To make a mixture smooth by lifting it over and over quickly with a big beating.
Lab Equipment Today’s Warm-Up: – In your notebooks write:
Measuring Techniques and Equipment Independent Living I.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Kitchen.
Measuring & Changing Yields Foods I. Grandma’s Oatmeal Cookies 4 handfuls brown sugar 1 coffee cup lard about ½ coffee cup buttermilk 1 dash vanilla 8.
Kitchen Equipment 1. The names and uses of various kinds of utensils 2. Names and uses of various types of cookware 3. Small kitchen appliances that make.
VOCABULARY EQUIVALENT MEASUREMEMENTS. MEASURING Tsp or “t” represents?
FACS Basic Food Preparation Terms. Baste To keep food moist during cooking by spooning or pouring melted fat, meat drippings, fruit juice, or sauce.
RECIPE YIELDS. Increasing (+) and Decreasing (-) Recipe Yields When changes are made to the recipe yield and ingredients, it is usually necessary to make.
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