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1.02 M Timetables 1. Why is a timetable important? The timing of tasks is important to ensure the completion of recipes in food lab or at home. A timetable.

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1 1.02 M Timetables 1

2 Why is a timetable important? The timing of tasks is important to ensure the completion of recipes in food lab or at home. A timetable is implemented by preparing a sheet into five categories : 1.02MTimetables2

3 1. List Tasks 1. List tasks - Any task with optional start time. a.Such as setting the table. b.Gathering food and equipment. c.Pre-preparation: opening packages and measuring ingredients are examples. These tasks can all be Dovetailed. 1.02MTimetables3

4 Pre-Preparation and Preparation 2. List Pre-preparation time: Time needed to get ready for lab experience 3. List Preparation time: The estimation of time to complete the preparation task(s). Estimate preparation times of each task. It is better to allow too much time than too little. 1.02MTimetables4

5 List Cooking Time 4. List Cooking time: Always record the time that each dish needs to cook. 1.02MTimetables

6 5.Calculate Total time: The addition of the pre- preparation, preparation and cooking time. If the pre- preparation is 3 minutes, preparation time is 3 minutes and cooking time is 10 minutes then the total time is 16 minutes for the dish. 6.Calculate Starting Time: The subtracting of the total time from the desired serving time. If the meal needs to served at 6:00. Subtract 16 minutes from 6:00, this means the dish needs to be started by 5:44 to be ready on time. 1.02MTimeTables 6

7 Lets make a timetable! Lets make a timetable for the brownies. o If class is 60 minutes long, use this as a guide. o If class is 90 minutes long, use this as a guide. If class starts a 8:00 a.m. Remember the steps? List each: 1. List tasks 2. List pre-preparation time 3. List preparation time 4. List cooking time 5. Calculate total time 6. Calculate starting time 1.02MTimeTables 7

8 TaskPreparation TimeCooking TimeTotal TimeStarting Time Brownie Pre-Preparation Wash Hands, restrain hair and put on apron 5 min8:00 a.m. Preheat Oven10 min8:05 a.m. Set Table10 min8:05 a.m. Gather ingredients/ equipment 10 min8:05 a.m. Grease Pan5 min8:05 a.m. Measure dry ingredients2 min8:35 a.m. Measure liquid ingredients 2 min8:35 a.m. Cream sugar and butter, Add eggs and vanilla 2 min8:37 a.m. Combine dry ingredients in separate bowl. 2 min8:39 a.m. Fold in chips and place batter in greased pan 2 min8:41 a.m. Bake Brownies and cool35 min + 10 min9:16 a.m. Mix frosting ingredients2 min9:00 a.m. Frost, Cut, Serve5 min2 min9:18 Final Clean Up5 min9:23 a.m. 8

9 Lets Evaluate! Take note of the way the brownie recipe was broken down into 1. brownie pre-preparation 2. brownie preparation. Also notice that the time that is estimated for preparation time is added to the running start time of the next task. 1.02MTimetables9

10 10 1.Pre-preparation steps. 2.Preparation steps 3.The Preparation time is added to the running starting time TaskPreparation TimeCooking TimeTotal TimeStarting Time Brownie Pre-Preparation Wash Hands, restrain hair and put on apron 5 min8:00 a.m. Preheat Oven10 min8:05 a.m. Set Table10 min8:05 a.m. Gather ingredients/ equipment 10 min8:05 a.m. Grease Pan5 min8:05 a.m. Measure dry ingredients2 min8:35 a.m. Measure liquid ingredients 2 min8:35 a.m. Cream sugar and butter, Add eggs and vanilla 2 min8:37 a.m. Combine dry ingredients in separate bowl. 2 min8:39 a.m. Fold in chips and place batter in greased pan 2 min8:41 a.m. Bake Brownies and cool35 min + 10 min9:16 a.m. Mix frosting ingredients2 min9:00 a.m. Frost, Cut, Serve5 min2 min9:18 Final Clean Up5 min9:23 a.m. 1.Pre-preparation steps. 1.Preparation steps 2.The Preparation time is added to the running starting time

11 Now Its Your Turn! Choose a recipe from a cookbook or the internet to devise a timetable. Remember the Steps… 1.List tasks 2.List pre-preparation time 3.List preparation time 4.List cooking time 5.Calculate total time 6.Calculate starting time 1.02MTimetables11


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