Lessons for Cooking

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  • Effects of the Sun on Our Planet - … heat.) * Have the students graph the temperature changes during the cooking process. 14 Explorations Career Explorations * Web site review Have the … cones. Record temperatures each hour or half-hour during the cooking process. * Cook until the apples are done (approximately 2 - 4 hours … ? Test the cooker for generation of heat, thoroughness of cooking process, and total cooking time. 7. What kind of measurements will you …
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  • Hey Good Looking, What You Got Cooking? - … -out or stuffed animal turkey -Chef's hat for the cook (borrow or make from paper) -White paper to make feathers … . In order to help your friend stay hidden from the cook, sing loudly and flap your wing feathers to alert Tom each time the cook approaches Tom's hiding place. Your singing returns to a … N Students sing loudly and use appropriate movement when the cook approaches Tom's hiding place. Y N Students sing softly …
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  • Captain James Cook: Extraordinary Explorer - … Required: One or two class periods Linkable Resources Keyword = James Cook Standards Compliance NCSS Strand 3 People, Places, and Environments NCSS … more detailed research project on the three voyages of Captain Cook, including illustrations of important events, reports on the diseases of … .g., those of George Anson, etc. Sources & Resources: Websites: James Cook: British Explorer The Sandwich and the Sandwich Islands The HMS …
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  • Study your rocks and eat them too! - … both batters on the cooker and allow them to cook slowly. During the cooking process be sure to have students note the … this time they will be cooked fast. Have students note how with fast cooking, the holes remain! After cooking, display these pancakes next … : What two factors caused the fast and slow cooked pancakes to look different? (cooking rate and ingredients) What causes holes to develop … the chocolate represent? (dark colored minerals) What did the slow cooked pancakes represent? (slow cooled intrusive rocks) What did the fast …
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  • Learner Resource – Food for Everyone - … science of preparing food by the application of heat. When cooking pancakes we utilize three basic changes in matter: (1) physical … buttermilk pancakes for a comparative study between the two recipes. Cooking is chemistry! Please explore pH either before or following this … which is about a tablespoon of batter. Cook until golden brown flip over to cook the other side when pancakes have a … without thinking about the actual science that takes place in cooking pancakes. He discovered adding baking soda to a recipe required …
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  • Basic Vitamins: Water-Soluble and Fat-Soluble - … a variety of kitchen utensils used in various cooking methods and procedures. Beside conventional cooking pans etc., demonstrate the use of the … vitamins when vegetables are cooked. Have them complete the worksheet RAW VS COOKED. Discuss various cooking methods best suited for cooking vegetables. VARIATION: Have … will preserve the nutrient content. Include refrigeration, cutting, length of cooking time, cooking medium, temperature, and exposure to air. Have the students …
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  • Embryology Theme Unit - … a recipe and then comparing/contrasting different recipes Lesson 14- Cooking with eggs! To be used anytime.. exploring different egg dishes … for a smaller amount of servings/people. MATERIALS NEEDED: Recipe Cooking utensils Ingredients for particular recipe EVALUATION: 1. Students will be … on being able to state proper health issues involved with cooking and egg consumption. CITATION: own EGGS OVER EASY (INTRODUCTION) PURPOSE …
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  • Cooking with the Sun - Creating a Solar Oven - … -made cookie dough), Bagel Bites, etc...). Item should be pre-cooked and only require warming. 1 thermometer Introduction/Motivation (Return to … should be reflected towards the food that is being cooked. The pot or cooking container should be a dark color so that … are used, and plans to build solar ovens. Solar Cooking International, "The Solar Cooking Archive," , 6/2/2004. The …
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  • Secondary Energy Infobook and Secondary Infobook Activities (19 Activities): Energy Infobook - … , hospitals, restaurants, and laudromatsuse propane for heating and cooling air, cooking and refrigerating food, heating water, and lighting. Propane is also used in homes for air conditioning, heating water, cooking and refrigerating foods, drying clothes, lighting, and fueling fireplaces. Homes … gallons of liquid fuel. Millions of backyard cooks use propane powered gas grills for cooking. And recreational vehicles (RV's) usually have …
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  • Cooking on the Lewis and Clark Expedition - … . • Safely practice frying techniques. • Recognize the appearance and consistency of cooked fish. Introduction Students take turns reading paragraphs on page 12 … handled the same dilemma? Demonstration Option 1: Hands-On Student Cooking Students divide into groups of 2-3. Instructor briefly demonstrates … from History Cooks®, SRP $22.95. Special History Cooks Price: $14.95 plus shipping. ‡ Option 2: Instructional Cooking Recipe reprinted from Cooking on the …
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