Graphic Organizer: Safety and Sanitation Overview
Safe Knife Handling/cutting
Hone knife to sharpen it. Sharpen heel to tip on
Hand wash for a full 20 seconds.
both sides. Never place a knife in a full sink. A
Use hot water and soap.
How to Brew Tea http:/www.foodservicewarehouse.com/education/how-to-brewtea/c27681.aspx
Tea has been served for centuries, but it is experiencing a resurgence in coffee shops around the
United States. All around Europe and Asia, tea is an integral part of
The Great Irish Soda Bread Debate
Irish chef Rory O'Connell reveals the traditional way to make this beloved quick breadplus, seven of our
by Megan O. Steintrager http:/www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/holidays/stpatricks/sodabread
World of Foods Project 1
100 Point Individual Project Due Date : Feb 28th or March 1st
Directions: In this class we are studying food habits for different cultures around the world. It
can be just as interesting to look at the cultural impact on our own f
How to Keep Your Best Employees Working Hard For You
Staff turnover is not only time-consuming; it can also be costly. That's why it's import
Virginia Foods - Specialty Foods of Virginia
By Rachel Cooper, About.com Guide
Virginia is known for a variety of foods, most notably its succulent seafood and award-winning
wines. With its diverse geography stretching from the coastal areas of the Chesap
BRUCE PALLING ON FOOD
February 3, 2012
The Latest in Creative Scandinavian Cuisine
By BRUCE PALLING
There are certain rituals that all diners undergo to eat a meal in a restaurant. Once you are seated
at the table, the first is to be handed a menu and wi
by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie - October 28, 2009 - 1:40 PM
The friendly Swedish Fish are a staple of the US candy scene, a denizen of nearly every movie
theater counter and convenience store. But where did they come from? And why fish? Why not
Compare and Contrast Activity
Section: A D E G
Directions: Select two countries that you think you could compare and contrast regarding the
food customs of the countries selected. On the attached handout, identify one country as Item #1
and the othe
Cultural Foods Unit 1 Part 2 Test Review
1. What is smorrebrod?
2. Which Scandinavian country has the most farmland?
3. What is a smorgasbord?
4. Describe kottbullar or Swedish meatballs.
5. What is the Christmas market?