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The Meal Manager

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Cara Jackson

on 23 May 2016

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Transcript of The Meal Manager

LIFE CULTURE FAMILY
And this little piggy goes to market...
What are we having for dinner!?!?
So who is this
meal manager?
Factors Affecting Food Selection:
FAMILY INCOME
SHOPPING SKILLS
TIME AVAILABLE
FAMILY FOOD PREFERENCES
STORE OPTIONS
STORE OPTIONS
After work, Stacy stopped at the supermarket and purchased a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken and a bag of pre-cut lettuce and veggies for a salad for dinner. The factor that MOST LIKELY affected her food choices was:
a. family food preferences
b. family income
c. family values
d. time available
Stan bought all fresh seafood at Sam's Seaside Shop. This type of store is MOST LIKELY a:
a. convenience store
b. farmer's market
c. specialty store
d. supermarket
SUCCESS AT THE GROCERY STORE
Establishing a family budget:
INCOME minus FIXED EXPENSES and FLEXIBLE EXPENSES
(rent/mortgage, loan) (utilities, clothes, etc)

Money left for FOOD and unexpected stuff
Pay Attention while shopping:
look @ nutrition labels
quality & condition of items -especially freezer, meat, produce

color
cut
grade
fat
date (expiration vs
sell by/use by)
packaging

$trategies for $aving
Coupons, weekly sale ads
Don't shop during peak hours - no rush
DON'T SHOP HUNGRY!!!
Understand UNIT PRICING
Shop from a list - know your store layout
Store food properly: dry good, refrigerator, freezer (meat*)
11 cents/oz
10 cents/oz
19 cents/oz
17 cents/oz
20 cents/orange
16 cents/orange
6 cents/oz
5 cents/oz
=
$3200
student loan 75
car payment 210
car insurance 78.33
home insurance 21.67
mortgage 940

miscellaneous 200
utilities 185
bus 85
gas 50
clothing 225
eating out 240
church 160
gifts 50
savings 160

2680
520
130
4 weeks/month
Janis wants to purchase ingredients
for a casserole. Which category of food
would she select by color, cut, grade,
fat content, and expiration date?
a. canned
b. dairy
c. fruits and veggies
d. red meat
What is an important cost-saving strategy
to consider when shopping for food?
a. buy beauty products at the grocery store
b. buy national brands only
c. never shop hungry
d. use whole milk over other types of milk
The best reason for storing foods
properly at home:
a. freshness, nutrition and value
b. higher nutritional values after cooking
c. more leftovers
d. more serving per person
MEAL PATTERNS:

Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
~1/4 of daily need

complex carbs, fruit,
dairy,
small protein
~1/3 of daily need

veggies & protein
~1/3 of daily need

variety of all food groups
SNACKS
SNACKS
Factors Affecting Your Menu
# of peeps - their age & health
BUDGET
TIME & ENERGY & PREP SKILLS
equipment available
food availability
LEFTOVERS WANTED !?!?
Planning FOR 1
MENU TIME SAVERS
ONE DISH MEALS
SLOW COOKER RECIPES
QUICK COOK RECIPES
MICROWAVE COOKING
ALL FAMILY MEMBERS HELP
COOK AHEAD & FREEZE
USE LEFTOVERS
CREATE A WEEKLY MEAL PLAN ***
CREATING MEAL APPEAL
VARIETY
COLOR
FLAVOR
SHAPE
SIZE
TEXTURE
TEMPERATURE
http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/players/food-network-full-episodes.eb27cfd6-7587-49df-a3f7-70c26ee14c69.0217553.html
http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/breakfast-pancake-lasagna-0201948.html
Meal Preparation Strategies
Scratch Cooking
recipe and raw ingredients
Pros: max creativity, variety, control
max nutrition potential - FRESH!
less additives & preservatives
less packaging & waste
saves money
fun, stress relief, creative outlet
Cons:
Takes Time - to plan, shop, and cook
Requires energy to prepare
Semi-homemade/
Speed Scratch Cooking
recipe and raw mixed convenience ingredients
Pros: Shortcuts
Variety & Creativity to recipes
~less expensive than convenience
inexperienced cooks' friend
Cons:
less chance to adjust flavor/nutrition
less appeal
more addtivities & preservatives
more costly than scratch

Pros: Convenient - less time & effort
Saves energy - yours & electricity~
Not intimidating - no special skills/equipment
Finished/Convenience Cooking
no recipe - total convenience ingredients
Cons:
Most expensive
high fat/high sodium
not as appealing - flavor or appearance
more packaging

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11
4
1
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7
3
PREFERENCES
MENU
LEFTOVERS
10
8
6
16
9
12
13
14
15
GO
INGREDIENTS and EQUIPMENT
SAFELY
Rachel Ray family food budget swap
grocery apps
Your team's LAST LAB &
PROJECT GRADE:
Each team member must complete the entire packet in detail.
Please be thorough and write neatly.

Where Do I Go?
Food Store Options
For Meat selections:
Please grab a chromebook.
Happy Friday!!!!
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