Presentation on theme: "Classroom Cookbook 1. Research your cultural history Ex: Are you Irish, German, Native American? You may represent more than one culture! 2. Find a recipe."— Presentation transcript:
Classroom Cookbook 1. Research your cultural history Ex: Are you Irish, German, Native American? You may represent more than one culture! 2. Find a recipe that is unique to your cultural background. Ask your elderly relatives to share their favorite cultural recipe! 3. Your assignment is to type the following: a. Name the Culture the recipe comes from. b. List the ingredients, and write the directions for preparation. c. Choose one ingredient from the recipe and classify it, naming its Kingdom, phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and Species. d. Send me the assignment on a power point via email. Food Opportunity! This recipe is due Friday 1/21/11, Just for fun you can make the food and bring it to class to share with others but this is optional.
Shepards Pie – a traditional English/Irish Dish – from Rachel Ray Ingredients:Directions: 2 lbs. potatoes – peeled & cubed 2 tablespoons sour cream 1large egg yolk ½ cup light cream Salt & pepper to taste 1 tablespoon extra virgin Olive Oil 1 ¾ lbs. ground beef 1 cup beef stock or broth 1 onion chopped 1 carrot peeled and chopped 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoon all purpose flour 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 12 cup frozen peas 1 teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 1.Boil potatoes in salted water until tender. Drain and combine with sour cream, egg yolk and cream. Mash until potatoes are smooth. 2.While the potatoes boil, heat the oil in a large pan and cook the beef. Season with salt and pepper. 3.Add the carrot & onion to the meat. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring frequently. 4.In a smaller skillet over medium heat cook butter and flour for 2 minutes. Whisk in the broth and Worcestershire sauce. 5.When gravy is thick add to meat and vegetables and stir in the peas. 6.Preheat broiler to high. Fill a casserole dish with meat mixture. Spoon potatoes evenly over the meat. Top with paprika and broil 6-8 inches from the broiler until the potatoes are evenly browned. Top with chopped parsley and serve
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