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COOKWARE & BAKEWARE. Culinary. 1. PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010. Bellwork. In the last lesson we learned about hand tools and their uses. How many can you remember?. Clip Art. 2. PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010. Objectives.

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Cookware bakeware

COOKWARE & BAKEWARE

Culinary

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Bellwork

Bellwork

In the last lesson we learned about hand tools and their uses.

How many can you remember?

Clip Art

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Objectives

Objectives

•Define terms used to identify equipment and utensils used in baking and discuss its proper use and care.

•Identify proper use of utensils, pots pans, hand tools and equipment.

•Identify equipment and utensils used in baking and discuss its proper use and care.

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Cookware bakeware

Why do we need to know this?


Why do we need to know this

Why do we need to know this?

  • The better you understand a tools function the faster and more effectively you will use them.

    Work smarter not harder!

    The better you do this

    The more time you have for this

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Clip Art


Terminology

Terminology

  • Smallware: Non-electrical hand-held items used to store, hold, or prepare foods.

  • Cookware: Containers used for heating food on top the stove. e.g. pots, pans.

  • Bakeware: Containers used for cooking food in the oven. e.g. muffin pans, loaf pans.

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Loaf pan

Loaf Pan

  • Commonly referred to as bread pans.

  • Come in a large variety of sizes.

  • Used to bake breads, meat loaf, and pound cakes.

Clip Art

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Clip Art


Stockpot

Stockpot

  • Has two handles, straight sides and is taller than it is wide.

  • Some have spigot at the bottom to drain liquid without lifting.

  • Used to make stocks and soups.

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Clip Art


Springform pans

Springform Pans

  • Each pan has two pieces: a thin bottom plate, and a straight sided ring with a clasp that holds the two pieces together.

  • Used to bake delicate pastries such as cheese cakes.

http://only-cookware.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/nordic-ware-springform-pan.jpg

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Mixing bowls

Mixing Bowls

  • Used to combine, mix, and whip a variety of ingredients.

Comes in a large variety of sizes for different applications.

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http://marinrestaurantsupply.com/images/Mixing%20Bowl%20-%20SS.jpg

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Saucepan

Saucepan

  • Has one long handle.

  • Has straight sides.

  • Comes in many sizes, for a wide range of uses.

Clip Art


Hotel pan

Hotel Pan

  • Comes in a wide range of standard sizes.

  • Used to cook, hold, and store foods.

  • Most commonly made of stainless steel.

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Saut pan

Sauté Pan

  • Has either straight or sloping sides.

  • Slopping sided pans are made for cooks to flip foods with no turners or spatulas.

  • Used to sauté a variety of foods including meats and vegetables.

  • Have long handles to keep hands away from high flames.

Clip Art

Clip Art

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Tart pan

Tart Pan

  • Can have smooth or fluted sides.

  • Used to bake foods with delicate crusts such as tarts, and quiches.

http://iweb.cooking.com/images/products/enlarge/117669e.jpg

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Cookware bakeware

Wok

Clip Art

  • Has tall sloped sides. Perfect for flipping foods.

  • The bottom center of pan is the hottest cooking point.

  • Used most commonly in stir-fry and Asian cooking.

Clip Art

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Roasting pan

Roasting Pan

  • Wide base with straight sides and handles.

  • Has a lift out rack that food sits on to allow fats and juices to drip.

  • Used to roast large pieces of meat, poultry, and veggies.

http://mrandmrspeters.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/RoastingPan.jpg

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Sheet pan

Sheet Pan

  • Flat shallow sided pan.

  • Comes in half and full sizes.

  • Can be used to bake a

    variety of items including

    cookies, biscuits,

    and sheet cakes.

Clip Art

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Pie pan

Pie Pan

  • Can be deep or shallow for thicker or thinner pies.

  • Traditional fruit pies are made in the shallow pans.

  • Deep dish fruit pies and meat pies made in deeper pans.

Clip Art

Clip Art

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Muffin pan

Muffin Pan

  • Flat pan with indentions or cups for baking batter and dough.

  • Used to bake individual cakes, muffins.

  • Comes in a variety of sizes with cups varying in sizes for larger or smaller portions.

  • Used for cupcakes, muffins, and sticky buns.

Clip Art

Clip Art

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Tube pan

Tube Pan

  • To ensure the center is fully baked, is constructed with a cone-shaped tube in the middle.

  • Used to bake angel food cake and sponge cake.

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Cookware bakeware

What is the difference between a pot and a pan?


Pots pans

Pots & Pans

What is the difference between a pot and a pan?

  • A pan has one large handle.

  • A pot has two handles, straight sides and typically is taller than it is wide.

Clip Art

Clip Art

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Show me what your made of

Show Me What Your Made Of

  • Untreated aluminum can give highly acidic foods a metallic taste.

  • Aluminum is cheap, light weight, and heat efficient.

  • Stainless steel is rust-free, expensive.

  • Stainless steel is an uneven conductor of heat.

Stainless Steel

Aluminum

VS

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Closure

Closure

3-2-1

  • On your graphic organizer write:

  • 3 terms that should be remembered

  • More information which should be included about two of the key ideas.

  • 1 concept you feel you have mastered.

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Assignment

Assignment

  • Cookware and small ware crossword

  • Due at end of class (32 points)


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