Cooking methods

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  • Chapter 4 - Basic cooking principles. This chapter deals with basic principles. You will learn about what happens to food when it is heated, about how food is cooked by different cooking methods, and about rules of seasoning and flavoring. It is important to understand the theories so you can successfully put them into practice in the kitchen.

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  • Lecture Professional cooking (6/e): Chapter 34 - Pies and pastries. In this chapter, we present the preparation of pie crusts and fillings. In addition, we discuss how to make puff pastry, éclair paste, meringues, and fruit desserts.

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  • Chapter 10 - Understanding meats and game. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Describe the composition and structure of meat and explain how they relate to meat selection and cooking methods, explain the use of the federal meat inspection and grading system in selecting and purchasing meats, explain the effect that aging has on meat and identify the two primary aging methods,...

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  • Chapter 11 - Cooking meats and game. This chapter presents basic cooking methods as they apply to beef, lamb, veal, pork, and game such as venison. It is important that you have read and understood the basic material in Chapter 10, especially the sections on matching particular cuts to appropriate cooking methods and on testing for doneness.

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  • Chapter 14 - Understanding fish and shellfish. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Explain how the cooking qualities of fish are affected by its lack of connective tissue, determine doneness in cooked fish, demonstrate the appropriate cooking methods for fat and lean fish, list seven basic market forms of fish,...

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  • Chapter 16 - Understanding vegetables. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Describe the factors that influence texture, flavor, color, and nutritional changes when cooking vegetables; cook vegetables to their proper doneness; judge quality in cooked vegetables, based on color, appearance, texture, flavor, seasonings, and appropriateness of combination with sauces or other vegetables;...

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  • Chapter 17 - Cooking vegetables. Now that you have studied the whys and wherefores of vegetable cooking, you should be able to proceed to actual preparation with a clear understanding of what you are doing. This chapter outlines briefly the basic methods of vegetable preparation. Successful performance of these methods relies on your knowledge of the principles we have discussed.

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  • Chapter 20 - Cooking for vegetarian diets. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Describe the main types of vegetarian diets; describe complementary proteins and describe how to include them in the diet; list three nutrients other than proteins that non-vegetarians get mostly from animal products, and describe how vegetarians can include these nutrients in their diets;...

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  • Chapter 22 - Sandwiches. In this chapter, we start by looking at the fundamentals of sandwich-making, the basic ingredients and basic sandwich types. We then look at the setup of the sandwich station and methods for efficient production.

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  • Chapter 25 - Dairy and beverages. This chapter identifies and describes the many dairy products used regularly in the kitchen and gives guidelines for handling, storing and cooking with them. The longest section of the chapter describes the many types of cheeses produced in North America and Europe and gives examples of each type.

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  • Lecture Professional cooking (6/e): Chapter 30 - Yeast products. This chapter focuses on the production of many kinds of yeast products, including breads, dinner rolls, sweet rolls, Danish pastry, and croissants.

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  • Chapter 32 - Cakes and icings. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Demonstrate the five basic cake mixing methods; describe the characteristics of high-fat cakes and low-fat cakes; prepare high-fat, or shortened, cakes and low-fat, or foam-type, cakes; prepare the six basic types of icings; assemble and ice layer cakes, small cakes, and sheet cakes.

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  • Chapter 33 - Cookies. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: List the factors responsible for crispness, softness, chewiness, and spread in cookies; demonstrate the three basic cookie mixing methods; prepare the seven basic cookie types: dropped, bagged, rolled, molded, icebox, bar, and sheet; prepare pans for, bake, and cool cookies.

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  • Chapter 35 - Creams, custards, puddings, frozen desserts, and sauces. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Cook sugar syrups to the seven stages of hardness; prepare créme anglaise, pastry cream, and baked custard; prepare starch-thickened puddings and baked puddings; prepare bavarians, chiffons, mousses, and dessert soufflés; assemble frozen desserts; prepare dessert sauces.

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  • Lecture Professional cooking (6/e): Chapter 31 - Quick breads. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Prepare baking powder biscuits and variations; prepare muffins, loaf breads, coffee cakes, and corn breads; prepare popovers;...

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  • Chapter 18 - Potatoes. Because we eat them often and have devised a great many ways of preparing them, starchy foods require extra study beyond that which we have given to other vegetables. In this chapter, we turn our attention primarily to the preparation of our most important vegetable, the potato.

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  • Chapter 19 - Legumes, grains, pasta, and other starches. This chapter continues the discussion of starchy foods. The previous chapter focuses on a fresh vegetable, the potato, one of the most important starches on European and North American menus. This chapter, by contrast, discusses preparations based on dried foods: legumes and grains.

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  • Chapter 21 - Salads and salad dressings. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify and describe five different salad types, and select appropriate recipes for use as an appetizer, accompaniment, main course, separate course, or dessert salad; identify a dozen popular salad greens; list six categories of other salad ingredients, and recognize several examples from each category; judge the quality of fruits and complete the pre-preparation procedures for fruit;...

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  • Chapter 23 - Hors d’oeuvres . This chapter deals not with first courses but primarily with special kinds of foods that are usually encountered away from the dinner table - foods that are the special domain of the pantry chef. They include finger foods such as canapés and relishes, indispensable accompaniments to receptions and parties.

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  • Chapter 24 - Breakfast preparations. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Describe the composition of eggs and the major differences among grades; store eggs properly; list the key differences between waffle batter and pancake batter, and prepare each;...

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