RECIPE #1 1 helping of Dura mater which is the crust because it protects and supports and surrounds thepie. (2, 376) 1 helping of Arachnoid Membrane which is the actual cheesecake filling because it will laybetween the dura and pia mater which is the crust and extra layer of cheesecake. (2,376) 1 can of Pia mater that will serve as the innermost and second layer of cheesecake filling . (2,375) 1 can of circulation which is the strawberries that you will have to drain because it will absorbthroughout the ventricles of the cheesecake and the central canal and then back into the cerebrospinalfluid. (2, 378) To top off this delicious strawberry cheesecake, you will need a few sprays of cerebrospinal fluidsuch as whip cream to provide a cushion and a protective layer that will circulate with blood (orstrawberries) and the brain which is the cheesecake. (2, 377) (( You now have a strawberry cheesecake that makes up different parts of the brain, hope youenjoy!
RECIPE #2 1 pan (with the crust included) to serve as the central nervous system; place this on the counterand begin to add the rest of the ingredients 1 can of afferent nerves: use this as the cinnamon and mix it in with the 1 cup of caramel alreadymade; the pour the mixture onto the central nervous system and spread evenly. This will work as theneuron that carries impulses to the central nervous system from the periphery. (5) 1 can of efferent nerves: use this as the pumpkin mixture; make sure to smash the pumpkinmixture and spread evenly on top of the afferent nervous system. This works as the neuron thattransmits nerve impulses away from the central nervous system to muscle or glands. (5) Notice: Do Not let the two mix, they both have a different job and they both work together tomaintain separated.
RECIPE #2 CONT. 1 box of autonomic nervous system: place the apple strategically around the whole pie so that every slicewhen cut contains some. This layer of the pie is made up of autonomic nerves, ganglia and plexuses (apples),which conduct impulses to the autonomic effectors away from the brainstem or spinal cord. (5) 1 bottle of sympathetic nervous system: you must place a small layer of powder cinnamon over the applesto make the pie taste more like cinnamon with apples. Prevents the effects of parasympathetic impulses to thepie, by doing this it helps prevent the pie from being bland to maintaining a normal apple cinnamon taste.Major function is that it serves as an emergency system, causes our pie to react to stimulus such as the coldtemp., after taken out of the oven or the change in temp. (5) 1 can of parasympathetic nervous system: squirt a dollop of the parasympathetic nervous system (whipcream) on each slice of pie. The main purpose of the Parasympathetic Nervous System is to relax and stimulatedigestion and elimination also digestion glands also known as giving it the extra oomph of flavor anddeliciousness. (5) Hope you enjoy your Apple Cinnamon Pie!
RECIPE #3 1 pan with crust included(spinal cord) 1 box of key lime pie mixture; this will serve as the spinal nerves of the pie. The spinal nerves originate from a cell bodylocated within the spinal cord(pie crust). Long axons extend from the cell body out of the vertebral column and carry sensor andmotor fibers directly to the muscles of the body. (5) 1 bottle of limes; these will serve as the nerve plexuses which contain axons derived from spinal nerves; pour a cup and a halfof the lime juice into the mixture of the pie.(5) Spread a layer of the mixture onto the crust; this will serve as the lumbosacral plexus which is the pelvic girdle and lowerlimb. Then spread a layer of filling and on top place another layer of the key lime pie mixture; this one will serve as the brachialplexus which contains the shoulder girdle and upper limb. Lastly spread another layer of filling and on top place the last layer ofthe key lime pie mixture; this one will serve as the cervical plexus which is the muscles of the neck and extends into thoraciccavity to control the diaphragm.. (5) Place the pie in the oven and let cook. When ready place a dollop of which cream and a lime on top of the which cream on each slice. Hope you enjoy your pie!
RECIPE #4 1 box of sugar cookie mix(dermatome); this will serve as an area of theskin(cookie) supplied by specific nerve fibers(ingredients). (11) 1 cup of C5, C6, C7, C8, L4, L5 and S1; this will help the cookies moisture and forit to rise. This is what help compose the level of the cookie(dermatome).(11) 4 tubes of cookie icing(myotomes); this will serve as the muscle area in thebody(cookie)which is supplied by a particular level of the spinal cord(dermatome) andby its corresponding spinal nerve.(design)(11) Some designs(myotomes) that you can create are: C5, C6, C7, C8, L4, L5, and S1.(11) Stick the cookies in the oven let bake once done take them out and begin creatingyour designs on them. Hope you enjoy your sugar cookies.
RECIPE #5 1 box of cake mix(cranial nerves)(10) 1 mold with 12 petal flower(cranial nerves sections)(10) 1 box of icing tubes Mix the ingredients and pour the mixture into the mold; this mixture will serve as the cranial nerves whichcan only be seen on the bottom surface of the brain. They each have different functions. (10) Stick the cake into the oven and let cook when done take out of the oven and flip the mold over onto aplate. When the cake has been flipped over it should have a design on the top of a 12 petal flower. Utilizing the icing tubes color each petal a different color so you may identify which petal is for whatcranial nerve. Blue- olfactory: smell; yellow- optic: vision; green; oculomotor: eye movement; red- trochlear: eyemovement; orange- trigeminal: somatosensory information from the face and head; violet- abducens: eyemovement; blue-violet- facial: facial expression; green-yellow- vestibulocochlear: hearing and balance; red-orange- glossopharyngeal: taste; blue-yellow- vagus: glands, digestion and heart rate; red-violet- spinalaccessory: controls muscle in head movement; green-blue- hypoglossal: controls muscle of tongue (10)
RECIPE #6 1 box of cupcake mix(central nervous system) 1 bag of Oreo cookies(sensory pathways) Place the cupcake mix into the cupcake holders; the first layer will serve as the nerves of the central nervous system, the next layer will be smashed Oreo cookies which will serve as the sensory pathways that deliver somatic and visceral sensory information to the final destinations inside the CNS(cupcake mix) using the nerves. (5) The next layer will be of filling this layer will serve as the nuclei, the next layer will be of smashed Oreos, the last layer is more cupcake mix to serve as the tracts of the CNS. (5) This will conclude the cupcake and help the somatic sensory pathways to distribute their information into the brain(cupcake). (5) Place the cupcakes into the oven and this will stimulate the sensory pathways to pass information to the CNS (cupcake mix) in the form of action potentials along the axon of a sensory neuron(Oreo cookies). (5) Hope you enjoy your cupcakes!
RECIPE #7 1 box of carrot cake mix(motor sensory)(5) Mix all the ingredients together and place them on a circular mold Place a layer of the carrot cake mix, then a layer of cream cheese filling, anotherlayer of carrot cake and lastly another layer of cream cheese. This will create apyramid look which shows that motor sensory is a pyramidal pathway, through thelateral corticospinal tract.(5) Then you must stick it in the oven and let cook to test the characteristics of thestimulus conveyed by the frequency and patter of action potential: strength, durationand variation. (5) Hope you enjoy your carrot cake, showing the motor sensory part of our bodies!
RECIPE #8 1 bag of bananas(nerve fibers) 1 bag of walnuts(bony vertebral column) 1 box of banana walnut bread mix(spinal cord) Mix the banana walnut bread mix(spinal cord) with the bananas(nerve fiber) so that it mayperform the job of producing conductions to and from the brain and serve as the integrator, or reflexcenter for all spinal reflexes.(5, pg. 381) After you have mixed the bananas with the mix you will be able to observe that it looks more likea spinal cord due to the fact that the spinal cord consist of many nerve fibers(bananas) which transmitelectrical information to and from the limbs, trunk, organs and back to and from the brain. (15) Add the bag of walnuts(bony vertebral column) Mix it all together and place on a long mold(brain); now you can see that as the mix adheres to themold that’s the way our spinal cord is adhered to our brain; which then descends to the middle of theback protected by the walnuts(bony vertebral column.). (15)
RECIPE #9 1 1/2 cups of pumpkin which are the sensory tracts which pass through the brainstem on their way to the thalamus inthe diencephalon ½ teaspoon of cinnamon which is where the axons terminate in the brainstem **Tip: Careful with the cinnamon cause it can cause centers in the medulla to produce a reflex function and cause youto sneeze! 1 cup of pecans that are chopped to represent the dendrites in thalamus which also produces sensory reflexes 6 cups of walnuts which are the cell bodies in thalamus that are responsible by producing sensory impulses and causingan unpleasant or pleasant effect. Mix the walnuts and pecans together and these two items together will cause you to produce skilled movements such asjerking your hand or arm to mix them really well. This is an example of the cerebellum which also works with the cortex. Put mixture in oven that is pre heated, but be careful of the sensory response in the thalamus related touch, or you willburn yourself!
RECIPE #9 The surface of this pumpkin pie after it is taken out of the oven should look likelittle road paths which make up the cerebral cortex. To separate the pumpkin pie intodifferent section to make it easier to eat, you can use knives or grooves also known asfissures to create 5 different sections in your pumpkin to make it easier to eat. I hope you enjoy this pumpkin pie and that this recipe was helpful in making yourthanksgiving dinner! Remember to eat smaller portions because pumpkin pie is just adessert, and if you have trouble maintaining your appetite, the hypothalamus will haveto regulate your food intake. **Also remember to wait about 5 minutes for food to cool or the hypothalamuswill also have to regulate your body temperature if you’re eating food that is too hot!