Wherever one’s career in the culinary arts may take them, this book will remain a valuable reference. It can support readers throughout their culinary education and certification, as well as throughout their professional career.This book presents a foundation — from the objectives and key terms that introduce each chapter to the activities and recipes that round it out, this book is organized to highlight and explain the basic competencies of a professional cook or chef. Section One takes a moment to look back at the importance of the culinary arts in the history of humankind as well as a glimpse ahead into the careers of culinary professionals. Section Two introduces important concepts for any professional cook or chef: nutrition, food safety, and food science. Section Three continues the development of some basic professional skills by exploring the purpose and uses for math and recipes in the professional kitchen. Section Four introduces the tools of the trade. Section Five is devoted to the ingredients found in a professional kitchen, from fresh herbs to meats to canned goods. Sections Six through Twelve are the heart of this book–basic cooking skills–stocks, sauces, sautés, roast, vegetables, starches, breakfast, baking and more. Also presents a broad view of the culinary globe by grouping it into large geographic areas: Europe and the Mediterranean; the Americas; and Asia. Appropriate for cooks, culinary apprentices, culinary trainees, chefs, and chef educators.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Har/DVD. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131180118
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110131180118
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0131180118
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION Unit 1. Professionalism SECTION 2. NUTRITION, SAFETY, AND SCIENCE Unit 2. Nutrition Unit 3. Sanitation and Safety Unit 4. Food Science SECTION 3. CULINARY MATH AND RECIPES Unit 5. Culinary Math Unit 6. Recipes SECTION 4. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT Unit 7. Equipment Identification Unit 8. Knife Skills SECTION 5. INGREDIENTS Unit 9. Dairy and Dry Goods Unit 10. Meat and Poultry Unit 11. Fish Identification and Fabrication Unit 12. Fresh Produce Identification and Handling Unit 13. Basic Mise en Place Techniques SECTION 6. STOCKS, SOUPS, AND SAUCES Unit 14. Stocks Unit 15. Soups Unit 16. Sauces SECTION 7. DRY HEAT TECHNIQUES Unit 17. Sauteing Unit 18. Frying Unit 19. Roasting Unit 20. Barbecuing Unit 21. Grilling and Broiling SECTION 8. MOIST HEAT TECHNIQUES Unit 22. Braising and Stewing Unit 23. Shallow Poaching and Steaming Unit 24. Poaching and Simmering SECTION 9. COMPLETING THE PLATE Unit 25. Vegetables Unit 26. Starches SECTION 10. PANTRY Unit 27. Breakfast Unit 28. Salads and Dressings Unit 29. Sandwiches SECTION 11. GARDE MANGER Unit 30. Garde-manger Unit 31. Hors doeuvres and appetizers SECTION 12. BAKING Unit 32. Baking SECTION 13. ADVANCED TOPICS Unit 33. Flavor Dynamics Unit 34. Presentation SECTION 14. CUISINES OF THE WORLD Unit 35. Europe Unit 36. Asia Unit 37. The Americas Appendices Glossary with phonetic pronunciations. Conversion Tables: temperature, weight, volume. Volume and weight conversions for Selected Foods. Pan Sizes. Scoop and ladle sizes. Can sizes. Sample HACCP Recipe. Suggested Reading List. Magazines, Journals, and Periodicals. Professional Organizations. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131180118