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Each week students will be given a category for our 55-minute bake off. Students will need to choose their recipe, figure out prep and time management and then vote on our weekly winner.
Jennifer Hughes, B.A., J.D., LL.M, LC
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Recently after the success of our Outschool group, I decided to turn our bake-off group into ongoing and multiple day classes. This class is the ongoing section. Each week we bring one recipe to finish in class based on the theme of the week. Teacher will provide a basic recipe for students for each week that can be used. As a group, we will vote on two winners. One for most creative recipe, the other for Star Baker. Students that win will receive certificates each week and on occasion we...
Food Safety Basics Good Sportsmanship Measurement Portions/Serving Size Nutrition Values Friend/Family Bonding Expanded Palette Time Management Knife Skills/Sharpening French Baking Japanese Baking and much more....
My teaching experience is varied. I grew up with a family that ran two restaurants and have attended cooking classes all over the world. Food preparation just is part of my identity; it is something I love. I am also a Professor, attorney and mother of seven. I have taught everything from pre-k to Graduate School and have both homeschooled/unschooled and chosen traditional routes for my children. I have decided to teach this class simply for my love of cooking, family meals, and to share something I am passionate about.
Students will need to choose their recipe and decide on class prep. Teacher will provide basic recipes each week. Remember you will only have about 40 minutes to finish your recipe before showing the class. Depending on the recipe, you may need to take steps before class. For instance, if your recipe requires proofing or extended time to bake. Look at skills building exercise if given ahead of time. Clean your workspace Gather Ingredients Mise en Place (prepare tools and ingredients) Read Recipe Before Class Do any prep work
Access to recipes/ingredients Everyday baking equipment. Many things can be substituted. If you don't have something you need, please contact instructor ahead of time for alternatives. Someone to eat your creations.
Per parent or learner request. I do provide records for school elective grades.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental/Adult guidance is suggested during this course, based on the individual needs of your learner and their skill. For my teen class, I know many students are capable of completing their own recipes, but at the same time there are safety risks that go with most kitchen items. Parental discretion is advised. Some recipes will require the handling of a knife for chopping as well. If safety is a concern with a recipe, an adult can prep the recipe ahead of time and have the student focus on decorations only during the class. Parents are also welcomed to bake with their learners, but I ask them to stay off camera as much as possible per Outschool policy. If you are using cooking equipment keep in mind many have risks built in. Note: Recipe should be read fully before class. There is often prep work on the day of class, and I like the students to mise en place (get their tools and ingredients together) at least an hour ahead of class. Warning: Please review each recipe in detail. Possible allergens include: milk, nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, or soy. Alternative recipes or ideas can be provided if you contact the instructor ahead of time. Please give at least three days notice. You can also tailor your recipe to your own tastes.
We will use Nearpod in class, and may at times support skills building with kahoot. I also use Canva slides in class. Students will not need to create any accounts for this class.
Jennifer Hughes, B.A., J.D., LL.M, LC
Inclusivity Supporter, Engagement Seeker, and a Passion to Pass on Joy and a Life Long Love of Learning.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
566 total reviews
692 completed classes
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