3 Each student receives a lunch that consists of a soup or salad entr\u00e9e dessert

3 each student receives a lunch that consists of a

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3. Each student receives a lunch that consists of a soup or salad, entrée, dessert and drink (as specified above.) **We ask that each student follows these guidelines and uses good judgment and does not waste food.** The DON’TS for HM 330: 1. No use of bottled soda, bottled juice, bottled milk, naked juices, or any packaged goods, these are much more expensive. Students can have as much of the fountain soda as they wish during class time. 2. No leftovers may be taken from the facility, including the meal, in the HM 330 classes. HM Food Production Laboratory, Research Kitchen and Cafe Laura Dress Code and Grooming Standards HM 330: Daily Activities for Lecture and Labs: Note: Instructor and/or Chef Instructor have the right to change the activities as needed.
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Class Lecture Topic Reading/Project Assignment (complete prior to class) Lab Date 1 Welcome Syllabus & Orientation Team Assignments Ch.3 Tools & Equipment Café Laura Skills Week 1 Aug 25 2 Project Introduction Ch. 4 - Menus, Recipes & Cost Mgt. Skills Week 2 Sept 1 3 Standardized Recipes Instructor’s Meal #1 Sept 8 4 Stir Fry Instructor’s Meal #2 Sept 15 5 Grilling /Sous-Vide/ Frying Ch. 6 - Principles of cooking & Ch 14. (p. 424) Broiling/Grilling. Sous Vide (p. 446 – 448) Team 1 Meal 1 Sept 22 6 Pasta Ch. 13 - Legume & Starches Team 2 Meal 1 Sept 29 7 Sautéing Ch.14 – Sauteing (p. 420) Team 3 Meal 1 Oct 6 8 Project Review/Principles of Management Team 4 Meal 1 Oct 13 9 Alumni in the Classroom Team 5 Meal 1 Oct 20 10 Stocks Ch. 8 - Stocks (p. 155-168) Team 1 Meal 2 Oct 27 11 Sauces Ch. 8 - Sauces (p. 169-180) Team 2 Meal 2 Nov 3 12 Dressings Team 3 Meal 2 Nov 10 13 Roasting/Combi Ch. 14 – Roasting (p. 413-434) Team 4 Meal 2 Nov 17 Break FALL BREAK No Class Nov 24 14 Mgmt & Leadership Team 5 Meal 2 Dec 1 15 Student’s Choice - Breakfast Dec 8 HAVE A GREAT BREAK
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University State of Academic Integrity (Policy 39-20): Academic integrity is the pursuit of scholarly activity in an open, honest, and responsible manner. Academic integrity is a basic guiding principle for all academic activity at The Pennsylvania State University, and all members of the University community are expected to act in accordance with this principle. Consistent with this expectation, the University’s Code of Conduct states that all students should act with personal integrity, respect other students’ dignity, rights and property, and help create and maintain an environment in which all can succeed through the fruits of their efforts. Academic integrity includes a commitment not to engage in or tolerate acts of falsification, misrepresentation or deception. Such acts of dishonesty violate the fundamental ethical principles of the University community and compromise the worth of work completed by others. Violations of Academic Integrity Policy: Violations of the University’s Academic Integrity Policy include the following: Cheating: using crib sheets of any kind, preprogrammed calculators or cell phones, use of notes during a closed book exam Copying on tests: looking at other students’ exams, copying with a plan with another student, passing notes during
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