Transcript: vegetable regional origin: Georgia Soul Food day 2013 beverage Hot Sauce Chicken ingredients: CARBONATED WATER, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE, CITRIC ACID, NATURAL FLAVOR, SODIUM BENZOATE (PRESERVES FRESHNESS), CAFFEINE, SODIUM CITRATE, ERYTHORBIC ACID (PRESERVES FRESHNESS), GUM ARABIC, CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (TO PROTECT FLAVOR), BROMINATED VEGETABLE OIL, YELLOW 5 mountain dew green beans ingredints: green beans. history: created in 2013 by Krystie Faulkner, my mom. meat ingredients: hot sauce regional origin: Peru history: introduced in Europe during the 16th century. rgional origin: Tennessee history: esablished in 1940 by pepsico. between 1940s and 1980s was just a citrus drink until mtn. dew red was introduced.
Transcript: Juices Fresh Powder Concentrate Tea Plain Tea Flavored Tea Dairy Products Tonic water Soda Water Sparkling Waters Energy Drink Drinking Water Plain Water Flavored Water Mocktails or Virgin Cocktails Alcoholic Beverages Fermented Alcoholic beverages Wines *Beaujolais – this is a fruity French wine made with Gamay grapes *Bordeaux - a French red wine including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes *Chardonnay – one of the world’s most popular types of wine, Chardonnay is a fruity, often oaky, and usually dry white wine *Semillon – a white wine typically seen from Australia or France (white Bordeaux wines ) in either dry or sweet versions *White Bordeaux – a French wine made from Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grapes Beers Abbey beers are strong fruity ales and brewed in Belgium by commercial companies. They copy the style of the surviving beers produced in monasteries, or name their brews after a church or a saint. Examples are Leffe, Grimbergen and Maredsous. Ales are brewed with "top-fermenting" yeasts at temperatures from 10-20 degrees Celsius. Ales include bitters, pale ales, porters, stouts, barley wines, trappist, and alt. In England ales are very popular. Alt beers is a bitter-tasting brew produced by the ancient style of brewing using top-fermentation. Alt is a copper-colored aromatic ale, made in the city of Dusseldorf and a few other cities in the north of Germany. It's a firm-bodied but quite bitter beer that contains just over 4.5% alcohol. Examples are Diebels, Schlosser and Uerige. Chilli beer- Produced by only a handful of American breweries this is an odd, slow burning speciality. The Pike Place Brewery of Seattle produces an occas ional Cerveza Rosanna Red Chilli Ale, while the hotter Crazy Ed's Cave Creek Chilli Beer of Phoenix, Arizona, has a whole chilli pod in each bottle. It reputedly goes well with Mexican food Berliner Weisse. A light, sharply acidic German wheat beer made predominantly in Berlin, this refreshing brew is relatively low in alcohol and is often laced with a dash of green woodruff or raspberry juice to add color to its cloudy white appearance. Distilled Alcoholic Beverages Spirits vodka gin rum tequila whiskey brandy Liqueurs Mixed Alcoholic drinks Early Ingredients used in making alcoholic beverages Early and Present Day Uses of Alcoholic Beverages 1. Religious rite 2. Victories 3. Medicines 4. Weddings--Bride and ale 5. Food and drinks Early users of alcoholic Beverages 1. Persians 2. Greeks 3. Romans 4. English Distilled Spirits that originated from Europe Whisky/Whiskey -Scotland and Ireland Blended malt Scotch whisky means a blend of two or more single malt Scotch whiskies from different distilleries. Blended grain Scotch whisky means a blend of two or more single grain Scotch whiskies from different distilleries. Blended Scotch whisky means a blend of one or more single malt Scotch whiskies with one or more single grain Scotch whiskies. Irish single pot still whiskey, made from a mixture of malted and unmalted barley completely distilled in a pot still Irish single malted whiskies are made entirely from malted barley distilled in a pot still Brandy -France "burnt wine" is a spirit produced by distilling wine. Brandy generally contains 35–60% alcohol by volume (70–120 US proof) and is typically taken as an after-dinner drink. Grape brandy is produced by the distillation of fermented grapes. Fruit brandies are distilled from fruits other than grapes. Apples, peaches, apricots, plums, cherries, elderberries, raspberries, and blackberries Pomace brandy, also called marc in both English and French, is produced by fermentation and distillation of the grape skins, seeds, and stems that remain after grapes have been pressed to extract their juice for making wine Alcoholic Beverages Sugarcane is a drink made with the cheapest liquor available at the bar Dirty means serve with olive juice and it’s used in gin martinis and vodka martinis. The juice of the olive makes the martini looks cloudy or dirty. Another Name: some people say, “Straight Up” when they want liquor by itself. This could be in an old-fashioned glass or in a shot glass. Amarretto Baileys Irish Cream Butterscotch Schnaps Creme de Menthe Grand Marnier Note: If somebody asks for “neat” do not pour the liquor into shot glass. It has to be poured into an old-fashioned glass so it could be drunk by little sips. Sidenote Example: if a customer ordersa Rum and Coke, you give the cheapest rum and coke. not the Bacardi and Coke. Call Drink Non-alcoholic Beers and Wines Well Drink Chilled vodka orange juice If you mention a mixed drink with a particular bran, name the brand first. Cocktails Note: this is also called a "TOP SHELF DRINK" When you mention a mixed drink, always name the liquor first. Beverage 1. Fermented alcoholic beverages wines Beers 2. Distilled alcoholic beverages Spirits Liqueurs 3. Mixed alcoholic drinks appletini It is used when ordering shots of liquor. It’s different from drinks on the
Transcript: Cocoa – 18% fat Chocolate – 50% fat * Both has starch Cocoa – 11% starch Chocolate – 8% starch 3. COCOA AND CHOCOLATE KINDS B. Coffee Steeping Drip Percolator Vacuum C. Cocoa & Chocolate 1. Stimulating (Alcoholic) – contains natural stimulants 2. Non-stimulating (Non-alcoholic) – milk based Tea ball Steeping Methods of preparation 2.COFFEE caffeic acid – another stimulant VACUUM A. Tea BEVERAGE Proportion: 2T/cup H2O soft water glass, earthenware, enamel ware is better than metallic pots pot should be heated by scalding temperature (brewing) < 100C to prevent loss of flavor and aroma tea coffee cocoa chocolate STEEPING 4. COFFEE SUBSTITUTES AND DECAFFEINATED COFFEE PERCOLATOR TYPES: DRIP A. TEA Flavor components: Flavor components Cocoa & chocolate + sugar & water Boil until thick & glossy to cook starch caffeine – main stimulant natural oils caffeine and theine as stimulants tannin – color and pungency Tea: water ½ to 1 tsp : 1cup water powdered milk, sugar and cocoa are mixed before adding water sugar, chocolate, or cocoa + water + milk sugar-water-chocolate mixture add starch at the start of cooking to give more body a. Black tea – fermented b.Oolong tea – semi-fermented c.Green tea – unfermented d.Tisanes – spices or scented PREPARATION METHODS tea coffee cocoa chocolate 1. Syrup Method Theobromine Caffeine Tannins 3. Dry blend method caramelized CHO (responsible for brown color) tannins (if extracted gives bitter flavor) caffeel (responsible for aroma) 2. Paste 1. TEA
Transcript: any of various types of beverage that are considered a source of energy, especially a soft drink containing a high percentage of sugar and/or caffeine or other stimulant. Fermented Alcoholic Beverages * kidney stone – the presence of uric acid crystals in the kidney. It impairs the ability of the kidney to release waste materials from the body. Mocktails or Virgin Cocktails Whisky/Whiskey: Scotland and Ireland Brandy: France Gin: Netherlands Vodka: Russia and Poland Tall – means drink served in bigger or tall glass. It has the same amount of liquor, but with more juice or soda. ex. Tall Gin and Tonic Top Shelf – means premium brands or drinks. It means to use the best liquors available at the bar.ex. Top Shelf Long Island Iced Tea Up – means chilled by shaking or stirring and strained into a martini glass. ex. Stolichnaya Up Fresh Powder Concentrate Early people before fermented any ingredients that contains sugar. Chilled – means cold. It is used when ordering shots of liquor, it’s different from drinks on the rocks. ex. A chilled shot of tequila Dirty – means served with olive juice and it’s used in gin martinis and vodka martinis. The juice of the olive makes the martini looks cloudy or dirty. ex. Dirty Dry Martini Dry – means with dry vermouth and it’s used in gin martinis and vodka martinis. Dry in general may also mean lack of sugar or sweetness. ex. Dry Martini Tea Alcoholic Peppers Milk Distilled Spirits that Originated from Europe What is considered as one drink or the equivalent of one drink? a drink made from the roasted and ground bean like seeds of a tropical shrub, served hot or iced. A beverage can be considered alcoholic if it contains at least 5% alcohol volume or 1 proof. an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia. Plain tea: brewed Flavored tea: brewed or instant; herbal and fruit flavors One drink is equal to a 12 oz beer, 5 oz wine or 1 ½ oz 80-proof liquor(distilled spirit). In Metric Measurement: one drink is a 360 ml or one bottle of beer, 150 ml wine or 45 ml 80-proof liquor (distilled proof). Honey Dates Sparkling Water Sugarcane Dairy Products Sickness due to alcohol * cirrhosis – inflammation of the liver cancer. It impairs the ability of the liver to filter water materials in the body. * Gall stone – the presence of uric acid crystals in the gall bladder. It impairs the release of the bile that helps digestions. 9. Parts of the body where alcohol goes after drinking. - brain , heart, lungs, liver, kidney 10. Food that delays the transfer of alcohol to the different parts of the body; foods that is rich in protein and fats. - meat, cheese, egg. 11. Beneficial effects of alcohol if taken in moderate dosage. - relaxing - stimulates the senses and appetite - heightening pleasure - it provides a sense of euphoria. Categories of Beverages Beverage Liquor Always First – when you mention a mixed drink, always name the liquor first. ex. Rum and Coke, Whiskey and Coke, etc. Name the Brand First - If you mention a mixed drink with a particular brand, name the brand first. ex. Tanqueray and Tonic instead of Gin and Tonic Well Drink – a drink made with the cheapest liquor available at the bar. ex. If the customer orders a Rum and Coke, give the cheapest rum and coke. Don’t give Bacardi and Coke Ethanol- an alcohol present in an alcoholic beverage and it is a form of drug known as tranquilizer. Mixed Alcoholic Drinks or Cocktail Juices a smooth blend of only non-alcoholic beverages which could be fresh fruit juices, syrups, cream, herbs and spices. Mocktails are designed specially for those who do not take alcoholic beverages or need to refrain from them. Which means these blends can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Group 4 (HRM 7N) MTH 9:30-11:30 Sesame seeds Non Alcoholic Coffee Non alcoholic beers and wines Physiology of Alcohol Spirits - is an alcoholic beverage produced by distillation of a mixture produced from alcoholic fermentation. Liqueurs - a strong, sweet alcoholic liquor, usually drunk after a meal. Grapes Call Drink – made with specified liquor. If the customer calls for a specific brand of liquor, give what the customer mentioned. ex. Bacardi and Coke Premium Drink – made with expensive liquor. It is also called a top shelf drink. ex. Johnny Walker Blue double Draught Beer (Draft Beer or Tap Beer) – is drawn from a metal barrel or keg. House Wine – referred to the less expensive wine served at the bar or restaurant. 12. Negative effects of alcohol if taken in too much dosage- if taken in too much dosage, the alcohol becomes toxic that it impairs. Some call it soda. Others say soft drink, fizzy drink, soda pop, or just plain-old pop. There is no right word for the sweet carbonated beverage. is a drink that typically contains carbonated water, a sweetener, and a natural or artificial flavoring. How Drinks are Ordered and Prepared Drinking Water Early and Present Day Uses of
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Transcript: SYNONYM END A DRINK THE BEVERAGE BY:STEPHANIE DIAZ Beverage reminds me of my everyday life because I drink beverage everyday.I drink water,lemonade,and apple juice.These all are beverages.This is how it connects to my everyday life. ANTONYMS BEVARAGE STORY FOOD DEFINITION LIQUID MY DEFINITION REFRESHMENT
Transcript: "Sour Green Elixir" Form: Standard cup: Plastic cup with dome shaped top with a striped straw Cup for Purchase: Purple glass Mason Jar with company logo, handle, and straw. Place: Kiosk at the mall Time: Limited edition beverage during holidays. Possession: Beverage for money Information: Poster of Before and After photos of a customer when consuming our products on a regular basis for a couple of months. Cheeks– this can be related to your lung health Lemons & Oranges reduce the production of free radicals in the body. This makes it easier for you to breathe. Pineapple reduces swelling, and pineapple juice has been known to help reduce coughing.. Ingredients: orange, lemon, raw honey, ginger, pineapple, "Berry Purple Elixir" Created by Kassandre M. 5 Economic Utilities Anti-Acne Elixir "Pink Elixir" Anti-Acne Elixir Nose – this is related to the heart health – maintaining a healthy heart is important. Ingredients: strawberry, blueberry, banana, almond milk Between the eyes – this can be caused from poor liver and digestive health. Ingredients: Lemon, Lime, Green Apples, Green Tea, Kale 7 Fundamentals of Marketing "Stimulating Orange Elixir" Temples – this relates to the kidneys Ingredients: water, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cranberries Channel Management: a kiosk at the mall Market Planning: 4 flavors that targets the different acne on your face Pricing: $5 Marketing Info Management: Having a social media for the company and having customers #Antiacneelixir Product/Service Management: A special 5th beverage during special occasions/holidays Selling: B2C: Before and After Picture of Customer, B2B: Dermatologists give patients a discount card to our shop. Promotion: Customer Loyalty Cards. Buy 6 beverages get 7th free. Purchase the company's mason jar, get a half priced refill
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