Dispel the myth that cooking from scratch - cooking from the most basic and practical ingredients you have on hand, not prepared items - has to be hard, time consuming and expensive. Scratch food tastes better, costs less and usually doesn't take any longer to make. Learn how to cook from scratch, and discover what you've been missing. Wear a white chef's jacket, dark pants and comfortable shoes. Bring a tool kit with the following: a paring knife, chef and bread knife; peeler; spatula; dough cutter; pastry brush; thermometer; and measuring spoons. Prerequisite: CES 2187 Cooking 101: Skill Development or with instructor's approval.
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