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Monday, December 2nd

Hi guys! I hope you’ve had a great weekend!

Okay, on Friday, I had hoped that you would all get through creating 2 pages for your cookbook and SHARE it with me. Maybe you did get 2 pages done, but didn’t get to sharing it with me. No worries! Today’s your day to share what you’ve got! (btw, the way to share a document is to hit the ‘share’ tab at the top right corner of your page. It’s like sending me an email, but instead, you’re sending me your document to look at.

SOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooo. . .Today, I’d love it if you could continue with your work to create more pages for your cookbook. Remember, we don’t have a lot of days to work on this in class, so the more you can get done IN CLASS, the better off you’ll be.

1. Create 2 (MORE) pages for your cookbook summative. Do this through your ugcloud or gmail account.

2. Share these pages with me: at the end of class (look up at the top right of the document page, you’ll see a ‘share’ tab).


Need help?

Here’s an example of a recipe page that I made for you. EXAMPLE

Here’s a list of other pages you’ll need to create for this project:

1. 10  recipes. Use the links found HERE to find the recipes we’ve studied so far.

2. A food safety page. Use this page to help. THIS PAGE. ~ Now, don’t think you can just cut and paste, you should be generating a food safety page that is relevant to the recipes that you are collecting in your cookbook. Got chicken, outline how to deal with chicken and cross contamination, etc.

3. A knife use and safety page. Use this page to help. KNIFE PAGE. ~ Again, don’t just cut and paste, look over the kinds of knife work your doing in your top 10 recipes and make this page relevant.

4. Your 15 vegetable profiles. If you’re stuck and can’t think of any vegetables, you can look over these powerpoint presentations. VEGETABLE PROFILES

Remember, the more you get done now, the less you’ll have to do over the Christmas break!!!

Summative Part 1 TFJ4E or TFJ3C/E

Recipe template Mushroom Soup

Food Safety details and knife safety

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