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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Food And Nutrition II
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Strand 1
Students will review and apply the skills of kitchen management, safety and sanitation. (STEM-Science, Technology, Math)
Standard 1
Identify food safety and sanitation rules and guidelines to maintain a safe working environment.
  • Food and Kitchen Safety Lab
    After reviewing kitchen management, safety and sanitation, have the students apply and demonstrate their skills in preparing a chicken stir-fry over rice while maintaining a safe working environment.
  • Foods II Food Borne Illness
    Basic review of food borne illness; sources, symptoms, and prevention. Internal temperatures are introduced and proper storage placement when refrigerating.
  • Kitchen Safety and Sanitation Review
    Following the principles of safety and sanitation in the kitchen are the basic building blocks for a successful experience in the kitchen. The students will be reviewing Foods I kitchen and sanitation techniques in a fun-filled game.

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