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As teens and young adults are getting ready to go into the big world, and become self-sufficient, it is important to learn to cook one of the most cost-efficient and nutritionally dense ingredients available- The Egg! In this class you will learn about the benefits of eggs, a little bit about where they come from and their production and learn a variety of ways to prepare eggs for different needs and culinary delights! Students are able to watch and learn OR cook along with Ms. Jaime. ...
Students will have a better understanding of egg production, proper health and safety of egg handling/storage. Students will learn and practice cooking eggs in a variety of methods. Come to class hungry!
1 dozen eggs Salt and Pepper (or favorite seasonings) Non-stick sauté pan Skillet with lid Small mixing bowl Utility knife Small Whisk Spatulas Butter (or oil) Optional ingredients- onion, bell peppers, zucchini, cheese
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Supervision of knives and stove usage
Home Ec is still alive!
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I have taught all kinds of classes in the "Family and Consumer Science" aka Home Ec category for many, many years. This includes Sewing, Culinary Arts, Etiquette, Life Skills, Fashion History and Costume Design. Coming from an ag family, I love...