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Meal planning

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Transcript of Meal planning

Meal Planning
I. Planning Meals involves choosing a
menu
A. Terms to know:
1.
Menu- A list of food that will be included in the meal

2.
Entree- The main dish of a meal
3.
Ingredients- The individual food items needed to make a recipe
Cont. Planning meals
B. Plan meals using the
Food Guide Pyramid
C. Meals should Have a
"meal appeal"
by including a variety of:
1.
Flavor
- Combination of mild vs. Spicy
2.
Color
- provides visual appeal
3.
Texture
- crisp vs. soft
4.
Shape and size
- Use knife skills
5.
Temperature
- include at least 1 hot or cold food
II. When planning meals be realistic about your
resources
A.
Time & Energy
1. If short on
time
, plan simple meals that involve few
preparation steps
and short
cooking times

B. Preparation Skill/knowledge
1. As you gain
experience
and
confidence
, you can begin to expand your
skills
by preparing more complicated dishes
C.
Money
1. Plan your meal within the family
food budget

D. Supplies & Equipment
1. Be sure you have or can get the foods and
equipment
you need.
III. Preparation Options
A. Example-Pizza
1. Order from a restaurant
2. Heat up a frozen pizza
3. Use a crust mix, canned sauce, add own toppings
4. Make everything from scratch
IV. Choosing
Recipes- detailed instruction for preparing particular foods.
A. Cookbooks
B. Newspapers/Magazines
C. Food Packaging
D. Family/Friends
E. Internet (cooks.com, allrecipes. com)
Reference
Allrecipes logo [Photograph]. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://press.allrecipes.com/allrecipes-logos/
Betty crocker cookbook: Everything you need to know to cook today [Photograph]. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/betty-crocker-cookbook-betty-crocker-editors/1102163268

Food budget [Photograph]. (2010, December 20). Retrieved from http://www.thedigeratilife.com/blog/stretch-your-food-budget/

Glosson, L. R., Meek, J. P., & Smock, L. G. (2000). Creative living (Seventh ed.). New York, NY: Glencoe McGraw-Hill.

[Ingredients]. (2013, January 31). Retrieved from http://frtim.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/ingredients-for-church-growth/

Parsons, R. (2012, May 25). Grilled tofu veggie kabobs [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://theveeword.blogspot.com/2012_05_01_archive.html

Pepperoni caprese pizza [Photograph]. (2012, January 12). Retrieved from http://www.ocfoodies.com/profiles/blogs/fan-recipe-d-pepperoni-caprese-pizza-featured-on-menus-throughout

Simple family dinner menus [Photograph]. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://preparedldsfamily.blogspot.com/2011_01_01_archive.html
Steak and carrots [Photograph]. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://innatpleasantlake.com/dining/chef-brian-mackenzie/
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