Future Chef Cooking Club "Cajun Edition"
Learners will learn about the Acadians who have lived in South Louisiana for hundreds of years through the unique foods they are known for. Class sizes are kept small to meet needs of students with all abilities.
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Students will learn about the Acadians of South Louisiana through the foods that they cook and eat. They will learn about some of the traditions of South Louisiana, such as cooking red beans and rice on Mondays because Monday is Laundry day. They will learn about many of the festivals and special holidays that are celebrated throughout Acadiana. Students will be taught about a variety of tools used every day in the kitchen. They will learn proper technique for measuring ingredients,...
Students will learn about the culture and people of the Acadians (Cajuns) of South Louisiana. They will learn to cook many of the foods that make known throughout south Louisiana.
I am a lifelong Louisianian, being born and raised in New Orleans. I have always loved to be in the kitchen and began cooking at 7 or 8 years old. I come from a huge family where food was the center of every family gathering. Many of the recipes I am cooking have been published in regional cook books.
What we are making: Week 1 - E'touffe'e Week 2 - Chicken and sausage gumbo Week 3 - Jambalaya Week 4 - Red Beans and Rice Week 5 - Corn Shrimp Soup Week 6 - Bread Pudding
Progress is assessed through the dishes that are completed. Support from parents might be needed as students will be working with kitchen equipment such as knives, ovens, mixers and other potentially dangerous equipment.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Support from parents might be needed as students will be working with kitchen equipment such as knives, ovens, mixers and other potentially dangerous equipment.
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My name is Amy Hough. I have been working as a professional educator for 15 years. I am a staunch supporter of project based learning. There are no better (or more delicious) projects than home made foods. Through cooking we engage reading,...