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Cooking Class: "Kids Making Dinner"
In this class, we will be making homemade pizza and a side salad. Knowing how to make a homemade pizza is essential in life. Come join me in the kitchen as you get to choose your toppings and learn basic skills in the kitchen.
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In this class we will be working in the kitchen. Your child will learn how to make homemade pizza and a side salad. We will be using the oven, knives, and other kitchen utensils that will need to be approved by parents to use. My class is structured with a greeting, safety and sanitation steps, recipe reading, cooking, and then cleaning up. My teaching style is all about having fun and making sure the students have fun. The students will get to speak about what toppings they like on their...
Students will improve their knowledge in the kitchen by learning basic cooking techniques, taking safety/sanitation measures, and using their own kitchen utensils from home.
The students will be completing their project in class. No homework for this class. We will cook during the 50 minutes and see each others final product. We will then taste our pizzas and rate them out of ten.
1 file available upon enrollmentSupply List: Oven, rolling pin, baking pan (pizza pan), bowls, knives, sink, oven mitts, pizza cutter, ingredients to recipe. Recipe for Pizza: 1 1/2 - 2 cups all purpose flour (gluten free options or whole wheat) additional for rolling dough 1 package of instant or quick yeast (2 1/4 teaspoons) pinch of sugar 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/4-1/2 cup of pizza sauce, you choose what kind you would like. 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon oregano 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 2/3 cup warm water 2 Tablespoons oil Salad: Lettuce of choice and amount needed for you or if making for a family you might want to double the amount. Toppings: tomatoes, olives, onion, peppers, croutons, cheese, etc. - the salad toppings are also your choice! Dressing of your choice!
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50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this cooking class, we will be using a variety of kitchen appliances that might need some supervision if your child isn't allowed to use these items alone. The student will be using the oven, knives, microwave, stove top, etc. If your child isn't comfortable cooking with these items yet, I suggest you join the class as well. I recommend you to join the class and help supervise along the way if needed. Also, if your child has any allergies make sure to take a look at our materials and adjust as needed. This could be wheat, soy, nuts, dairy, and eggs. Please let me know if you have any other questions regarding this class.
Ms. Nustad Family and Consumer Science Teacher/Dance Instructor
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Hello! My name is Ms. Nustad. I am so excited to welcome you to my online classroom. My passions in life include cooking, dancing, and traveling. I cannot wait to teach you about these topics through Outschool. I believe the most useful skill to...