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Kitchen Principles Chapter 7
Objectives Define and give examples of major appliances, small appliances, and utensils Explain what a work center is an identify the three basic kitchen work centers
Your New Apartment What items would you need for your new kitchen?
Introduction to the Kitchen Three Basic kinds of equipment –Major appliances –Small appliances –Utensils
Major Appliances Large device that gets its energy form electricity or gas Examples: –Range (Stove/Oven) –Refrigerator-freezer –Microwave –Dishwasher
Small Appliances Small electrical household device used tp perform simple tasks Examples: –Mixer –Food Processor –Blender –Toaster
Activity In groups find an example of each of the three basic kinds of kitchen equipment –Major Appliance –Small Appliance –Utensil
Kitchen Work Centers What is a Work Center? Area designed for specific kitchen tasks Well-designed work centers include: –All the equipment you need –Sufficient storage space –Safe, convenient work space
Three Basic Work Centers Cold Storage Center –Refrigerator-Freezer is the focus of this center
Three Basic Work Centers Sink Center –Main source of water Uses? –Washing fresh fruits and vegetables –Draining foods –Washing Dishes
Three Basic Work Centers Cooking Center –Range and related items What are some of these related items? –Cooking tools –Pots and Pans –Pot Holders –Small cooking appliances
Work Center Activity In small groups, draw a rough floor plan of the school foods lab kitchen. Show the location of: –the sink –major appliances –Cabinets –counters Circle and Label each work center Identify the location of at least: – two small appliances –three kinds of utensils
Section One Quiz What is a major appliance? What is a small appliance? What is a utensil? What is a kitchen work center? Name three major work centers of the kitchen.