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Treasure Map C1 Lesson

A rough outline of what students will discover in Culinary 1
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Bradley Tomkinson

on 17 March 2018

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Transcript of Treasure Map C1 Lesson

What was the world like then?
Safe Staff,
Your first certification
Mis en Place-
Kitchen Readiness
Identifying Tools and Equipment
Food Safety
Workplace Safety
In Ancient Greece,
and Rome,
the desire for exotic foods and spices increased trade,
and contributed to the Roman Empire's expansion
Trades & Crusades
Food & Spice
Romans
start the first
Guilds
Groups of people with similar interests
or professions
Renaissance
Da Vinci
Tremendous Wealth
Spent on
Lavish Lifestyles
15 February 1564– 8 January 1642
April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519
13 April 1519 – 5 January 1589
Abandoned by his parents
at 10 yrs old;
in the streets of Paris,
in 1794
He worked as a kitchen boy
at a cheap Parisian chophouse
in exchange for room and board
He was born in 1784
At the height
of the French Revolution
Times were tough!
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He Designed,
Defined,
Inspired,
"Haute Cuisine"
"Haute" "Cuisine"
means
Cooking as a
"Higher Art"
He became
"The King of Chef's"
and
"The Chef of Kings"
Marie-Antoine
Inspiration Break!
Who did the
"King of Chef's"
inspire?
Georges Auguste Escoffier
Having a Chef
Lots of "friends" to Show Off
and "No Limits!"
on Table Treasures
Signing of
The Declaration of Independence
What happened
in 1776?
28 October 1846 –
12 February 1935
What is the potential cost of damage from a food-borne illness outbreak?
Then
what should you say?

What would You say if a Food-borne illness occured?
3 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
ABOUT FOODBORNE ILLNESS
How you prevent it
How you get it
What foods are they associated with
PARASITES
BACTERIA
E. COLI
F
A
T
T
O
M
VIRUSES
HIGH RISK GUESTS
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