Transcript: Analyzation of the Situation Why am I not a good cook? Because my parents have always cooked for me Why have my parents always cooked for me? Because my parents are better cooks than me Why are they better at cooking than me? Because they are highly experienced and I never took the time to learn from them while I was living at home Why didn't I try to learn from my parents while I lived at home? Because I always had a 5-star meal on the table and didn't see the need to know how to cook or be anything more than the official taste-tester until once I moved out on my own Why did I not foresee the need to be able to cook? Because I didn't think about how I would actually have to make food once I moved out of my parents house Consideration of Alternatives Implementing the Action Plan But most importantly, now you're... 2. Download cooking/food Apps on my iPhone and iPad 3. Buy fresh ingredients at the beginning of each week and buy the essentials It is a progress. I have started to read about food, use StumbleUpon, and watch more of the FoodNetwork I have realized that this isn't a sacrifice. It is an interest I have made to pursure. I have chosen not to eat out as much so that it forces me to cook things at my house. It has made me a lot less rushed and gives me a time to relax in the evening. Unfortunately, I started drinking more expensive wine. I still need to accept the fact that my palette is more advance than my techniques. It's like trying to scuplt a masterpiece without knowing the fundamental techniques of sculpture. As Julia Childs once said: "This is my invariable advice to people: Learn how to cook- try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun." Pros: Expand my knowledge of food and flavors even more Learn how the ingredients you use interact with each other Learn new and classic recipes Learn how to choose the best ingredients Cons: Would have to buy the ingredients Get distracted and not pay attention to every step Timely Need for Change 5. Start having dinner parties with friends I know already know how to cook Alternative #2: Start Out Simple Taking Action Alternative #3: Cook Things I Like Alternative #4: Take Cooking Classes Cooking Alternative #2: Start Out Simple Alternative #1: Watching and Doing 1. Read and figure out the simplest things that I like and that I could foresee myself making 4. Instead of rushing to go out or be quick to order something, set aside about 30 minutes Pros: Would not have to pay to order out these foods anymore (highly expensive) I could eat what I love Cons: Nothing would taste as good as when a professional makes it I don't have the knowledge/techniques to make these types of things right now Expensive to buy ingredients On-Going Evaluation Pros: Fun Hands-on and interactive learning tool Would not have to buy the ingredients Cons: Expensive Timely Pros: Creates a foundation for quality techniques Self-gratifying Inexpensive Gain knowledge of the effects of smaller ingredients Low prep time Cons: My parents would DEFINITELY make the dish better than me
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Transcript: Check food regularly. Be careful of the things around you because you could always get burnt or hurt. The recipe for cookies is one of the most used recipes, but always remember have an adult close by. Always be safe, oil can pop up and burn you. Make sure all of your food is cooked all the way through. How to cook
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Transcript: BY: Fiona Smith HFN 101 June 8th 2012 Mrs. MacDonald I chose this country because my whole family's background is Irish. My Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Parents and Cousins. Also Ireland is very interesting and has great scenery. It's a great place to visit on a trip. The Irish usually name the first daughter or son after the mother or father. Ex: My Mom is named after her mom ( Teresa ) Irish is a Celtic language spoken in mainly Ireland 76.3% of whom speak Irish a total population of Government type: republic, parliamentary democracy a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them. What are some main industries Ireland has? livestock,steel,zinc,silver,aluminum, tourism, and software Ireland is a country where religion and religious practice have always been held in high esteem. Although the majority of Irish people are Roman Catholics, many other religions are respected and represented. There are Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist Churches, as well as Eastern Orthodox and Salvation Army communities. Main Dishes in Ireland: Famine that occurred in Ireland when the potato crop failed in successive years. By the early 1840s almost half the Irish population, particularly the rural poor, was depending almost entirely on the potato for nourishment. The other crops could not grow because of water mold which ruined the crops. Irish stew is a filling, flavorful dish made with the cheapest ingredients. The Irish raised sheep and root crops for the dish. And finish it off with a touch of the ingredients juices. Shepherd’s pie may have originated in England, but it was adopted by Irish people many years ago. I grew up eating shepherd’s pie. Shepherd’s pie is comfort food at it’s finest, especially when it has a little Irish flavor thrown in. When the Irish emigrated to America and Canada, where both salt and meat were cheaper, they treated beef the same way they would have treated a "hamburger joint". At home in Ireland, they soaked it to draw off the excess salt, then braised or boiled it with cabbage, and served it in its own juices with no spices. Main Spices: Irish use very little spices in their food, Fresh herbs are commonly used in their food with butter and cream. Apart from salt and pepper: they flavor their dishes with the common spices. Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Bay Leaves, Parsnip, Ale , and Meat Broths. Food Patterns: The Irish diet and food patterns are very similar to that of Northern European countries. It generally consists of meat, poultry, or fish, with veggies and starch. Their diet is high in protein, primarily from meat and dairy products. Milk, cheese, meat, cereals, and some veggies form the main part in the irish diet, until potatoes were introduced to them in the 17th century. Many root veggies are eaten commonly. (ex~ Carrots, Onions, Turnips) Number of Meals in a Day: The average person would eat the standard three meals a day. As well as some people may have snacks throughout the day. 1st- Breakfast at 8:30 2nd- Lunch at 12:45 3rd- Supper at 6:45 - Ireland is a 6 hour time difference from Canada. My Families Traditions: For Christmas, we have a sit down family get together and dinner together. Thanksgiving i usually have it with my family for a sit down dinner. My Families Celebrations are: Christmas Halloween Ireland Traditions and Celebrations Irish Festivals Ireland is a country where religion and religious practice have always been held in high esteem. Although the majority of Irish people are Roman Catholics, many other religions are respected and represented. There are Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist Churches, as well as Eastern Orthodox and Salvation Army communities. For 200 years, the stone itself is still set in the wall below the battlements. To kiss it you must lean backwards from the parapet walk. Therefore, Irish people eat a lot of Fruits ,Veggies, and Grain products but not enough Milk products. The two hands around the heart symbolizes friendship and being together. Belfast at Queens World Culture New Years Eve The Irish Claddagh Ring West Ford Opera Fish St. Patrick's Day Potatoes Cabbage Beets Fleadh Cheoil Na Heireann Cabbage Cork Jazz Yorkshire Pudding New Years Eve Sausage Rolls Stuffing St. Patrick's Day Shepard's Pie Bread Meat & Alternatives Irish Dance is a traditional type of dance that originated from Ireland. A total of Fish The Cat Laughs Wheat Ireland Grains Fruit & Veggies Irish Traditions and Celebrations: Corn Beef Sandwich & Cabbage Ireland Climate Cork Jazz Ireland is the tired largest island i Europe, and the 20th largest island in the world. To the east of Ireland, across from the irish sea, is the island of Great Britain. Expressing Ireland's amazing scenery. Beets Oats Corn Ham Peas Milk & Alternatives Ireland Geography Potatoes Potatoes Other Celtic Cross Belfast at Queens Irish Stew Irish Blessings and Deaths
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