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Cooking Class

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1 To pierce food or pastry with the tines of a fork to prevent them from bursting or rising during baking. Also used when roasting ducks and geese to remove excess fat under the skin.
3 To combine several ingredients in a single bowl or container and thoroughly mix.
4 To partially cook fruits and vegetables by plunging into boiling water or placing over steam. Also used to loosen skins on tomatoes, peaches and almonds.
5 To add enough liquid to dry ingredients while stirring gently to make a wet but not runny mixture. Often used in preparation or muffins.
6 To use a fist to deflate risen yeast dough after the first rising.
8 a dessert made by spreading the filling of jelly, cream or whipped cream over a sponge cake baked in a 15 inch x 10 inch x 1 inch pan and rolling it into a loge. Jelly-roll style is used when any food is filled and rolled into a log shape.
10 To combine several ingredients with a spoon, electric mixer, blender or food processor making a smooth mixture.
12 To cook slowly in a small amount of liquid in a covered pan on the stovetop or in the oven.
13 To cook meat, fish, eggs or fruits in simmering liquid.
15 A method of mixing to combine light or delicate ingredients such as whipped cream or egg whites with other ingredients without beating. A rubber spatula is used to gently cut down through the ingredients.
2 To beat butter, margarine or shortening alone or with sugar using a spoon or mixer until light and fluffy.
3 Defines a stage of vegetable cookery where the vegetables are cooked until they are crunchy yet tender enough to be pierced with a fork.
4 To cook food in a small amount of fat over medium to hight heat until the food becomes brown, sealing in the juices and developing rich pan drippings.
5 To stir or beat two or more ingredients together with a spoon or fork until well combined.
7 To remove the green stem and leaves of strawberries.
9 To cover a baking sheet with a piece of waxed paper or parchment paper or foil to prevent sticking.
10 To heat liquids until bubbles form that cannot be stirred down. In the case of water, the temperature will reach 212 degrees at sea level.
11 To make a mixture smooth by rapidly mixing with a spoon, fork, wire whisk or electric mixer.
12 To cook food 4 to 6 inches from the heat source.
14 To remove the outer leaves from an ear of corn.
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