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  1. 1. W200 Whitney Perry
  2. 2.  Kitchen Equipment  Kitchen Safety  Food Safety
  3. 3.  Rolling Pin  Flattens dough  Measuring Spoons/ Measuring Cups  Measures liquids and solids to follow recipes  Blender  Container containing a blade that can cut food in many different sizes according to preferences  Spatula  Flat utensil, usually used to flip items (ex. Omelets and pancakes)
  4. 4.  Colander  Container with small holes at the bottom, used to drain liquid off of food  Microwave  Cooks food quickly, cooks from the inside out using waves  Oven/ Range  Oven- cooks food from outside in in a controlled box  Range- hot spots on top of the oven where you cook with pots and pans  Refrigerator  Keeps food cold so it doesn’t spoil
  5. 5.  Question-What item mentioned of the previous two slides drains liquid from food?  Blender  Colander  Spatula
  6. 6.  GreatJob, you must have been paying attention  Click the trophy below to continue..
  7. 7.  Nice Try, go back and try again.
  8. 8.  Always wash hands with soap and warm water  Sing happy birthday to yourself while washing hands and don’t stop until you finish, to make sure they’re really clean  Ifyou have long hair keep it pulled back  Always keep a fire extinguisher close  Have a fire safety plan  Adult supervision is always required  Especially when using sharp utensils and electronic appliances
  9. 9.  Well lit  Make sure you can see what your doing  Keep handles pointed towards the center of the range  It will keep you from knocked the pan in the floor  Knife safety  Never use a knife without supervision or permission
  10. 10.  Question-What song should you sing to make sure you kill all the germs when washing your hands?  Happy Birthday  Twinkle Twinkle Little Star  Ring Around The Rosie
  11. 11.  Nice Try, go back and try again.
  12. 12.  Always keep food separated  Raw and cooked foods should never mix  Never cut meat on a wooden cooking board  The bacteria can contaminate and sink into the wood, so the next time you use it you can cross contaminate  Always wash food before eating  Especially fruits and veggies
  13. 13.  Eat a balanced diet  Eating healthy foods make you feel good  Use the food guide pyramid to help
  14. 14.  Question-What can you use to make sure you eat a healthy balanced diet  Only eat vegetables  Food Guide Pyramid  Food Guide Square
  15. 15.  GreatJob, you must have been paying attention  Click the trophy below to continue..
  16. 16.  Nice Try, click the button below to try again
  17. 17.  Being safe in the kitchen is very important  You need to know what things are and how to use them properly  You need to know how to keep your self safe  Have Fun!!
  18. 18.  Teach Your Child the Basics of Cooking « Teach Kids How  Teach Kids How. (2009). Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://www.teachkidshow.com/teach- your-child-the-basics-of-cooking/  Kitchen Safety for Kids  Illinois, U. o. (n.d.). Kitchen Safety for Kids. Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://wellnessways.aces.illinois.edu/pdf/Feeding%20Yo ung%20Children/Kitchen%20Safety%20for%20Kids- Teacher's%20Guide.pdf  Love Chef for Kids  Love Chef for Kids. (2002). Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://www.thelovechef.com/kids/equipment.html#Top %20Of%20Page

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