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Kitchen Chaos Prezi

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Kitchen Chaos
RULEZ
Showbiz
Chain Re-Action
Game Rules
-Object is to have fun
-Obey your game action
-Everyone must chose a game action
-Game actions cannot be repeated
-Split into two teams
-First team to 100 points wins
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2
Sing us a song: the diarrhea song
when you are running to first
and you feel something burst
Diarrhea!
3
Ask a teammate to join you and act out receiving a shipment of seafood within 15 seconds.
mention temperature of the food once.
4
Respond to a phone call of a customer complaining about the food. Time limit 15 seconds.
Bonus if a teammate can identify the sickness.
5
put your teammates in storage by the type of food they say they are.
8
Clean up behind one of the "sick" game players.
Describe everything that you are doing.
Time limit 15 sec.
9
Walk around the room inspecting with your imaginary PCO.
Discuss with him the steps that you need to take to prevent pest infestation.
Time limit 15 sec.
10
Pretend that you are on the Morning News
Walk us thru the steps of cleaning and sanitizing your table.
6
Demonstrate the proper way to set a table.
Time limit 15 seconds
7
Argue with yourself about buffet vs table dinning.
Be descriptive of common touch areas, examples plates, utensils, sneeze guards.
Time limit 15 sec.
Bonus
5 points for every team mate that sang with you
1
Whenever the words "cross contamination" are mentioned, stand up and simulate proper hand washing times.
You will be graded.
3
State the danger zone temperatures when the words "time or temperature" are said.
4
Give an example of cross contamination when the words " cross contamination" are said.
Note if some one is washing their hands wait till they are complete.
5
State temperature zone for pathogen growth when the word pathogen is said.
LOUDLY
6
Whenever someone gets an answer right or wrong.
Sound off like a Drill Sergeant "WORD" or "BOGUS"
7
after every right answer you must stand up clap, yell and hoot as though you were cheering a football team.
2
Whenever the word "bacteria", is mentioned, stand up and recite the term FAT TOM and what each letter stands for.
8
You are the Judge.
If any rule is not followed by a person of the opposing team and is caught, you will help them by leading the opposing team in a round of "Happy Birthday to dear Hygiene"
9
At the word diarrhea, you will "moan" like you have the worst case of cramps, bloating and pain.
10
If someone touches you, scream out "cross contamination" and act like your shaking off a bug.
Quiz Me
1
Pathogens are what?
Bonus name the big five?
7
Aspergillus Flavus, and Aspergillus Parasticus are examples of what?
8
Can AIDS, HIV, Hepatitis B&C be transferred through food?

Bonus: What is the law or act that protects related to these diseases?
9
What are the 9 steps in the flow of food?

Bonus: What are steps can be skipped depending on the product?
10
108 Lux = What?

Bonus: 108 Lux is required for what areas?
2
Bacteria grows well in what?
Bonus: Where on the Ph scale does Bacteria grow best?
3
Moisture is essential for growth, available water is based on what scale?

Bonus: What range is ideal for growth?
4
Spores are what?

Bonus: Can survive the cooking process?
5
Bacillus Cereus is what? What does it cause and Where is it found?
6
Anisaki Simplex, Cryptoporidium Parvum, Giardia Duodenalis are a few of my favorite things.
What are they?
1
FAT TOM
5
List the ways cross-contamination happens
6
List the accepted methods of thawing
7
What are the
HACCP steps?
8
List the order of shelves in cool storage
9
What are the steps for washing your hands?
10
List the common allergens.
2
List the big six
3
List the major seafood toxins
4
What are the major parasites?
Tell a story from the organs prespective
give symptoms
bonus use the correct temperature.
Bonus
If you do it in front of an opposing team player.
Bonus
If a teammate can guess which parasite.
Bonus
If they give you a date.
Concept
You lead off the topic reference.
Make your way thru all chain items.
Break the chain the opposing team can try to pick it up.

Three steps to open a jar: grab lid, twist till loose, lift lid
Answers
1
Small living organism that can be seen only with a microscope.

Big Five:
Shingella
Salomenlla Typhi
Enterohemorragic (E. Coli)
Hepatitis A
Norovirus

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Little or no acid.

Bonus: 7.5-4.6
3
Aw, water activity scale, 0.0-1.0

Bonus: .85 or higher
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A change that bacteria takes on to survive. can be found in dirt, vegitation, rice, potatoes.
Can also contaminate meat, fish, and poultry.
Bonus: Yes! can also revert back.
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Spore Forming bacteria found in dirt and can cause 2 different illnesses. Symptoms include diarrhea and vomiting.
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Parasites and can be avoided by buying from approved vendors.
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Fungi, can cause liver disease and eventually death.
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No

Bonus: ADA, Awarness with Disabilities Act.
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Purchasing, Receiving, Storing< Prepping, Cooking, Holding, Cooling, Reheating, and Serving.

Bonus: Cooling, Reheating, and Cooking.
10
10 foot candles

Bonus: Walk-ins, Dry Storage, and Dining Rooms.
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