Kitchen Principles Chapter 7 Objectives • Define and give examples of major appliances, small appliances, and utensils • Explain what a work center is an identify the three basic kitchen work centers Your New Apartment • What items would you need for your new kitchen? Introduction to the Kitchen • Three Basic kinds of equipment – Major appliances – Small appliances – Utensils Major Appliances • Large device that gets its energy form electricity or gas • Examples: – Range (Stove/Oven) – Refrigerator-freezer – Microwave – Dishwasher Small Appliances • Small electrical household device used tp perform simple tasks • Examples: – Mixer – Food Processor – Blender – Toaster Utensils • Kitchen tools • Examples – Measuring cups – Knives – Peelers – Pots – Pans – Cookware Activity • In groups find an example of each of the three basic kinds of kitchen equipment – Major Appliance – Small Appliance – Utensil Kitchen Work Centers • What is a Work Center? • Area designed for specific kitchen tasks • Well-designed work centers include: – All the equipment you need – Sufficient storage space – Safe, convenient work space Three Basic Work Centers • Cold Storage Center – Refrigerator-Freezer is the focus of this center Three Basic Work Centers • Sink Center – Main source of water • Uses? – Washing fresh fruits and vegetables – Draining foods – Washing Dishes Three Basic Work Centers • Cooking Center – Range and related items • What are some of these related items? – Cooking tools – Pots and Pans – Pot Holders – Small cooking appliances Work Center Activity • In small groups, draw a rough floor plan of the school foods lab kitchen. • Show the location of: – the sink – major appliances – Cabinets – counters • Circle and Label each work center • Identify the location of at least: – two small appliances – three kinds of utensils Section One Quiz • What is a major appliance? • What is a small appliance? • What is a utensil? • What is a kitchen work center? • Name three major work centers of the kitchen.
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