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Transcript of Cooking
Many people wonder how cooking can fit into physical health. Cooking may not include running, jumping or any form of sport but it does have one very important feature. Cooking supports you body by providing it with all it's healthy food that it needs to grow big and strong. By cooking your own food you not only save money but you save your body the stress of digesting the junk you buy. Though you may not know it some foods that are advertised as healthy actually have many preservatives and other bad ingredients. With cooking you can make these unhealthy bought foods turn into a magical healthy treat. Also according to an expert personl trainer the key to being fit is 80% healthy diet and 20% exercise. So no matter how hard you train,you can never out train a healthy diet!
Cooking has a major part in Social health. It can bring you together with friends and family. It can also bring you to famous people. Cooking is also good for the community. You can cook for charities, Functions and Sporting clubs and loads more. You can meet lots of famous people like Matt Preston, George Calombaris and Gary Mehigan and many people of TV! Things like master chef also provide opportunities to work socially - meeting other people or working in a team. Cooking also provides job opportunities to work with other people. I mean who didn't work at a fast food store before they got a real job?
Emotional health? What does it mean? How does it fit in to cooking? Does it fit into any sport? Well surprisingly it does, cooking has a major part in emotional health! Cooking is a enjoyable hobby that is fun, exciting, releases stress, calms you down and lets your cares of the day float away...
Stress is not good, it makes you angry, tired, annoyed and you could even hurt someone you truly love. Cooking can calm you down and relieve stress because: It can make you forget about what your worried about, by cooking something from scratch it will give you a scence of accomplishment and because stress can leave you feeling down cooking can make you feel more alive. ( Maybe after all the cooking you could gather that courage and apologies to that someone!)
Now for the latest news in the world of cooking!!!
Have you wondered whats inside your food? What makes it healthy? What makes it unhealthy? How does it improve mental, physical and emotional health? Journey with us and explore the wonderful world of cooking!!!
Cotton candy grapes
I know it sounds impossible but there actually is such thing as cotton candy grapes! California horticulturist David Cain and his team did not set out to create cotton candy flavored grapes. they just wanted to provide their customers with a choice of flavored grapes a bit like what you have for apples. It wasn't easy creating a different favored grape without using genetic engineering. It took them eight years and 100,000 test tube grown plants before they produced a grape plant that tasted like cotton candy. This grape is far more healthier than real cotton candy and David Cain and his team are planing for some more flavors yet!
Kids night to cook!
Have you ever been to tired to cook? Have your kids been to bothered to help? Well here's a recipe to help out! Go to the next slide to see the recipe.....
To Cook:15 minutes
SERVINGS: 6 people
Olive oil spray
100g Woolworths SelectDouble Smoked Leg Ham
50g baby spinach leaves, shredded
25g (1/4 cup) coarsely grated cheddar
6 thick white bread slices
3 tsp butter or margarine
Tomato chutney, to serve
Mixed salad leaves, to serve
The Recipe...... Ham, egg and spinach pies
Preheat oven to 200°C. Spray six 200ml-capacity muffin pans with olive oil spray to lightly grease. Line the base of each pan with 2 ham slices.
Divide the spinach and cheddar evenly among the pans. Crack an egg into each pan. Season with salt and pepper.
Spread each slice of bread with butter.
Use a 9cm-diameter round pastry cutter to cut 1 disc from each bread slice. Place a bread slice, butter-side down, on top of each egg. Bake for 8 minutes or until egg is set and bread is golden. Run a small knife around the inside edge of each pan. Turn pies out onto a baking tray.
Preheat grill on high. Cook under grill for 2 minutes or until the ham is crisp. Divide among serving plates. Top with chutney. Serve with mixed salad leaves
Cooking news page two
Now for some more news...
Restraunts are closing
Due to things like masterchef restaurants are having trouble staying open. Masterchef had a big influence on everyone and now many people are taking the healthier option and cooking at home.
In the sleepy town Bunol in Spain a serious celebration has just finished. It was Bunol's la tomatina festival which in other words is Spain's one and only big tomato food fight! It is held in the town plaza. It starts with someone climbing a long greased pole to get a spanish ham at the top but some times no one makes so they have too start it by sounding a big siren. They had too do that this year! Whithin minutes the plaza was covered in tomato juice but at least everyone had a good time.
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