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Main Curriculum Tie:
Background For Teachers:
The Art of Pastry Making
Making the Perfect Pie Crust
What Makes Pie Crust baking Different Opposed To Making Other Dough's?
Pie Crust Recipe
Cutting Butter/shortening Into Flour Tips:
Rolling Our The Dough
Fitting The Dough Into The Pan
Crimping The Edges
The Finished Pie
Storing Pies and Tarts
While fruit pies can be held at room temperature for 1-2 days or can be refrigerated. (Apple, Rhubarb, Cherry, Peach, and Blackberry, these are all fruit pies.)
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Hand out the Pastry Listening Guide and go through the Pastry power point and discuss the slides with the students.
Demonstration: Using the pie dough recipe, show the students the basics of making pie dough and review the topics that were just talked about in the power point.
Student lab: Using the techniques just demonstrated, have the students make the pastry dough recipe. The recipe will be used for Cinnamon and Sugar Pastry dough cookies. The instructions for the students are on the recipe. This lab is in preparation for the tart shell lab to follow.
As students have time while baking, hand out the Pastry Cross word and instruct the students to use their listening guide to complete this.
Before beginning the tart lab, review with students and have them tell you how to make a successful pastry dough. Have student go to their labs, and follow the instructions on the recipe. As the teacher, you will need to have 3-4 bowls of a variety of instant puddings available to use as pie filling for the tarts. The students also really enjoy the canned whip cream. This is one product that is best served by the teacher! The students will complete the tart shells, allow them to slightly cool, and then come to the demonstration table to add 1 heaping tablespoon of their choice of pudding to their own tart shells. The teacher will garnish with canned whipped cream and if there are any spare sprinkles or mini chocolate chips around, these are fun to add too.
To utilize any additional time, have the students finish the Pastry Crossword and there is an additional pie scramble that can be used. At the end of Day 2, have students turn in the Pastry listening guide, puzzle, and scramble if assigned.
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