American Foods Steak Hot dog Peanut Butter Hamburger PB and jelly Milkshake Apple pie Coke
An apple A piece of apple pie Uncountable nounCountable noun
Countable vs. Uncountable Countable nounsUncountable nounsNouns that can be Countable and Uncountable Things that we can count. Singular or plural. Substances, or concepts that we cannot divide into separate elements. We cannot "count" them. Usually treat uncountable nouns as singular. Drinks (coffee, water, orange juice) are usually uncountable. But if we are thinking of a cup or a glass, we can say in a restaurant, for example: “Two teas and one coffee please.” Egg, chicken
Countable nouns Apple Orange Tomato Strawberry Cucumber Carrot Asparagus Uncountable nouns Sugar, Flour Rice Butter Cheese Milk, Coke Jam Bread Grape Pasta Answer for Worksheet 2. B
Food quantifier (container) Quantifier (container) A cup of A glass of A stick of A package of A bag of A bottle of A carton of A can of A jar of A loaf of Uncountable nouns Sugar, Salt Flour Rice Butter Water Milk Bread Jam wine Oil
Cooking vocabulary Microwave Bake Stir Roll out Peel Chop Pour Boil Grill Measure Slice Preheat
Caramel Apple Pie Ingredients: 6 large red apples, sliced 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar 6 tbsp unsalted butter Pinch of salt 1/4 tsp cinnamon powder 1/4 cup water 1 package (15-oz) Pillsbury Pie Crust, or pie dough for a double-crust 9" pie
Pre-listening: Vocabulary SauceCinnamon DoughFilling StripWeb top Pie dishPie Crust Top crustBottom crust
Measurement abbreviation tsp = teaspoon tbsp = tablespoon c = cup oz = ounce gal = gallon Ib = pound ” = inch
http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=UdPh7sv wCwc 3 min 40 sec Caramel Apple Pie
Imperative “Getting someone to do something” Grill the meat! Pour a cup of milk in a sauce pan. Give me a glass of water, please. (You) measure a half cup of sugar. (Somebody) open the can.
Imperative Subject you Someone = one of you here Not + anybody = none of you here (Subject) =YOU Verb -tense (please) Affirmative(You) Bequiet! (Someone) Chopa cucumber. Negative Do not Don’t Never (Anybody) Belate! Stirthe soup.
How to write a recipe Instructions are written in the imperative. Instructions are much shorter than ordinary text. Instructions are often written as a list, in the order that they have to be done. Full stops are not necessary.
Communicative Activity Recipe for peanut butter cookies
Name of recipe List of ingredients Directions for combining ingredients
Review test Worksheet 8: Food quantifiers/containers and imperative
Suggested Homework 1)Watch food channel and write down the recipe of one of the American foods that you like most or find interesting 2)Take a note of the program name of Food channel and a cook’s name if possible
Suggested Homework http://www.foodnetwork.com/ ProgramSchedule Iron chefSundays at 9pm Barefoot ContessaSaturdays at 1:30pm Semi-homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee Saturdays at 12:30 pm Tuesday-Friday at 2pm Throwdown! with Bobby FlayWednesdays at 9pm