Presentation on theme: "The Language of the Recipe"— Presentation transcript:
1The Language of the Recipe Cooking TermsThe Language of the Recipe
2Candy Fun Facts What does M&M stand for? A. Mix & Melt B. Mike & Molly C. Mars & MurieD. Many & Melts
3In 1947, Forrest Mars, Sr., of the Mars candy company, struck a deal with Bruce Murrie, son of Hershey president William Murrie, to develop a hard shelled candy with chocolate at the center. Mars needed Hershey’s chocolate because he anticipated there would be a shortage resulting from WWII, which turned out to be correct. As, Such, the deal gave Murrie a 20% stake in the newly developed M&M; this stake was later bought our by Mars when chocolate rationing ended at the end of the war but the name remained M&M for “Mars & Murrie”.
4The process of preparing food for eating by applying heat Cooking-The process of preparing food for eating by applying heat
5The Language of the Recipe Become familiarTerms are important tools for the cook.Each has its own meaning.Achieve best results.
6BreadTo cover a food with a coating of crumbs made from bread, crackers, or cereal. The food is often dipped in a liquid such as milk or egg before coating.
7GreaseTo lightly coat with oil, butter, margarine, or non-stick spray so food does not stick when cooking or baking.
8MarinateTo soak in a seasoned liquid, called a marinade, to add flavor and/or to tenderize.
9DrainTo remove all the liquid using a colander, strainer, or by plate against the food while tilting the container.
10BeatTo mix ingredients together using a fast, circular movement with a spoon, fork, whisk, or mixer.
11BlendTo mix ingredients together gently with a fork, spoon, or until combined.
12CreamTo soften and blend fats while adding ingredients until smooth and light by mixing with a spoon or an electric mixer.Cream
13Fold inTo combine a delicate mixture, such as beaten egg white or whipped cream, with a more solid material. Insert the edge of a spoon or rubber scraper vertically down through the middle of the mixture, slide it across the bottom of the bowl, bring it up with some of the mixture, and fold over on top of the rest. Continue slowlyand gently, turning the bowloften, until all is evenly mixed.
14KneadTo work dough by folding, pressing, and turning, until it is smooth and elastic. Place dough on a floured board, fold it in half, and press firmly with the heels of your hands. Turn the dough about a quarter turn, and repeat the folding and pressing.
15MixTo combine two or more ingredients together with spoon, fork, or electric mixer until well combined.
16StirTo mix with a circular motion of a spoon or other utensil.
17CutTo divide foods into small pieces with a knife or scissors.