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.  Utensils- small kitchen tools  Mixing Utensils o Mixing bowls- hold ingredients that you mix o Pastry blenders- cut shortening into flour for piecrusts.

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2  Utensils- small kitchen tools  Mixing Utensils o Mixing bowls- hold ingredients that you mix o Pastry blenders- cut shortening into flour for piecrusts and biscuits o Wire whisks- beating and blending o Mixing spoons- used to combine ingredients o Plastic or rubber scraper- used to scrape bowls or mix ingredients o Sifters- sift and mix dry ingredients together o Rotary beaters- used to beat eggs and mix thin batters  Measuring Utensils o Dry measuring cups (1/4 c, 1/3 c, ½ c, 1 c) o Liquid measuring cups (4 cups, 2 cups, and 1 cup- have mL on them) o Measuring spoons ( ¼ tsp. ½ tsp. 1 tsp and 1 tablespoon) o Good to be dishwasher and microwave safe

3  Cutting and Chopping Utensils o Pairing knives- good for peeling fruits and vegetables o Utility knives- all purpose knives for cutting and slicing foods o Chef’s knives- cutting, mincing, and dicing o Bread knives- slicing bread or baked goods

4  Other Kitchen Utensils o Cutting boards-base for cutting work o Graters- shred and grate cheese and veggies o Kitchen Shears- cut pastry, veggies, poultry, and meat o Peelers- peel veggies and fruits o Colanders- used to drain foods o Strainers- strain liquids from food o Slotted spoons- helpful lifting solids from liquid o Spatulas- used for leveling dry ingredients o Turners- wide spatulas used to lift and turn foods o Tongs- grasp or hold foods o Ladles- serve hot soups or stews o Cooling racks- allow air to circulate around hot baked products

5  Saucepans and stockpots- Sauce pans have 1 handle; stockpots 2. Some have covers  Cake pans- different shapes, used to bake many foods  Loaf pans- different sizes, used for breads and meat loaves  Casseroles- deep enough to hold main-dish; different shapes and sizes  Skillets- shallow and long handles  Baking Sheets- most often used for baking cookies  Pie pans- sloping sides and round  Muffin pans individual cups  Custard cups- made from heatproof glass

6  Toaster- holds slices of bread  Blender- push-button speed control for mixing and chopping  Hand-held mixer- used for whipping ingredients  Food processer- cutting and mixing tasks ( different blades and disks)  Electric skillet- fry, roast, simmer, bake; temp. on handle to regulate cooking  Before buying a small appliance, find out how often you will use it and if it is worth the cost.  Comparison shop-brands, safety features, warranties Look for the UL- (Underwriters Laboratories) lets you know it is safe to use  Some are immersible- safe to put underwater ( electrical unit is sealed so no water can enter)If you don’t see that term, do not stick the appliance in water

7  Range- gas or electric  Refrigerator/ freezer  Microwave oven  Dishwasher  Trash compactor  Garbage disposal  Cost will depend on style, size, and features ( and new or used)  Compare Energy guide labels, safety and performance seals  Be sure to read the owner’s manual

8  What utensils are needed to make the following: o Cake o Casserole o Stir-fry

9  Invent an appliance that may be made 50 years from now.  What kind of uses will it have?  How will it work?  Illustrate

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11  Tour your kitchen  Where is each piece of utensil?  Give brief description of how each one is used  Observe parent making next meal  Ask about procedures


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