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The text introduces students to the various aspects of the kitchen-ranging from the layout of the kitchen department to menu planning to production of Indian, Western, and pastry food items.
About this book
The second edition of Food Production Operations continues to provide a comprehensive and lucid coverage of the subject. The entire book is divided into five parts - Introduction to Professional Kitchens, Basic Food Production Operations, Basics of Bakery and Confectionery, Basics of Indian Cooking, and Communication. Beginning with an introduction to cookery, the book discusses basic menu planning, and principles and methods of cooking. It discusses meats, vegetables, fruits, pastries, and more. The book also explores the evolution of Indian cuisine and discusses Indian gravies. The DVD contains: Videos that are divided into the following broad categories: 1. Various cuts of vegetables and fruits 2. Methods of using kitchen equipment 3. Preparation of various sauces 4. Processing of fish, lamb, chicken, and beef 5. Preparation of cakes, pastries, and breads Recipes that are divided into: 1. Indian 2. Western 3. Pastry New to the Online resource centre: For students: * Multiple choice questions * Flashcards
"Ug and his parents live in the Stone Age.
About this book
A funny and thought-provoking account of one boy's refusal to accept the limitations of his Stone Age world. Ug and his parents are living in the Stone Age. And that means stone blankets, stone cold food, an even colder cave and, worst of all, hard stone trousers! Being an inquisitive and intelligent child, Ug suggests a series of modifications to improve the quality of family life. His ideas about heating, cooking, boats, and balls that actually bounce are met with a hostile reaction by his parents who don't know what he's going on about. Even Ug himself is occasionally unsure of the purpose of his inventions -- his round stone that rolls down the hill is great, but what is it actually for? With the help of his father, who is slowly coming round to his son's way of thinking, Ug comes tantalizingly close to his ultimate garment goal, only to find that there are some obstacles even a boy genius can't overcome.