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Fun things to do with food preparation and service

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Fun things to do with food preparation and service
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Cook, Linda D.
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4-H Pledge and Motto -- A Menu Planner's Dream (Unscramble the Words) -- Measuring Terms Crossword -- Utensils for Food Preparation -- Measuring Crossword -- Table Setting Puzzle -- Answers for Pages 1-3 -- Answers for Page 4 -- Answers for Pages 5-6
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4-H 412
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4-H 412
Fun Things To Do With
Food Preparation
And Service
Florida Cooperative Extensión Service
Instituto of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville
John T. Woeste, Dean for Extensión


TABLE O F CONTENTS
íiAME PAGE



4-H PLEDGE AND MOTTO...............1




A MENÜ PLANNEli'S DREAM (ÜNSCRAMBLE THE ÍJORDS) . . . 2



MEASURING TERI>1S CROSSWORD.............3




UTENSILS FOR FOOD PREPARATION...........4




MEASURING CROSSWORD................5




TABLE SETTING PUZZLE ............... 6




ANSlíERS FOR PAGES 1-3.............7




ANSWERS FOR PAGE 4................8




ANSWERS FOR PAGE 5-6..............9
Compiled by:




Linda D. Cook, Associate Professor, Home Economics, EFNEP, IFAS, UnlversHy of Florida. Gainesville.


4-H PLEDGE

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MY H____TO CLEARER TH___ING,

MY H__RT TO GREATER LOYALTY,

MY H_N_S TO LARGER SERVICE, AND

MY H_ALT_TO BETTER LIVING,

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MY C__NTRY AND MY WORLD.

4-H MOTTO

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Look at the picture of the table setting. Find
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A MENU PLAYER'S DREAM


Mary enjoys planning meals weekly. In fact she dreams about menu

planning nightly. Unscramble these words and name the menu planning

principles Mary dreams about.



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4-H PLEDGE


PLEDGE:


MY H___


MY H__RT


MY H.NS


TO CLEARER TH__ING,


TO GREATER LOYALTY,


TO LARGER SERVICE, AND


MY HALT_ TO BETTER LIVING,


FOR MY


CLB,


MY CO__UNITY,


MY C__NTRY AND MY


WORLD.


4-H MOTTO


TO M _K THE BEST BT_,ER.













TABLE OF CONTENTS


NAME

4-H PLEDGE AND MOTTO . . . . . . ..

A MENU PLANNER'S DREAM (UNSCRAMBLE T

MEASURING TERMS CROSSWORD, . . . .

UTENSILS FOR FOOD PREPARATION . .

MEASURING CROSSWORD. . . . . . . . .

TABLE SETTING PUZZLE . . . . . . . .

ANSWERS FOR PAGES 1 - 3 . . . . . .

ANSWERS FOR PAGE 4 . . . . . . . . .

ANSWERS FOR PAGE 5 - 6 . . . . .


PAGE

. . . . . . . 1

HE WORDS). . . 2

. . . . . . . 3

. . . . . . . 4

. . . . . . . 5

. . . . . . . 6

. . . . . . . 7
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Compiled by:

Unda D. Cook, Assocla Prossor, Home Economlcs, EFNEP, IFAS, Univrity of Florida, (GInsvlle,
FL 32611.




4-H 412


Fun Things To Do With

Food Preparation

And Service


My Name:


My 4-H EFNEP


Group:


Florida Cooperative Extension Service
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville
John T. Woeste, Dean for Extension


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MEASURING TERMS CROSSWORD


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2. One Third of a Tablespoon.
3. A Piece of equipment used to level dry
ingredients.
5. Equal to two cups.
9. Measured unsifted.
10. Sixteen tablespoons are in this measure.
11. To mix baking powder and flour together
thoroughly use this piece of equipment.
13. 1/8 cup has tablespoons.


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Kitchen tools that come in a set.
To even off the top with a straight edge.
Three teaspoons are in this measure.
Two pints or 4 cups make a
Amount you shake from container.
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Reprinted July 1990

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