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Food Studies

 

 

FOOD STUDIES 9 
Foods is both an Art and a Science and it is “Fun”.  Topics to be covered in this course include food safety, sanitary precautions and the principles of good nutrition as they apply to meal planning and preparation. Cooking principles of fruit, vegetables, eggs, milk, cheese, meats, grains, etc. . The students will leave the course with a collection of their “Favourite Recipes”.

HOME ECONOMICS 10
Prepare the foods from different regions of Canada. Learn about customs and traditions while exploring new tastes and revisiting old favorites. Food Safe Level 1 is taught as part of the course. The students will leave the course with a collection of their “Favorite Recipes”.

FOOD STUDIES 11 
This course provides the knowledge and training in foods required for personal and family use as well as the principles underlying the study of nutrition, safety, sanitation management and food preparation. Topics include work organization, food purchasing, use of prepared and partially prepared foods, meal planning, cookery techniques, and the serving of meals. The students will leave the course with a collection of their “Favorite Recipes”.

FOOD STUDIES 12 
This course provides experience in preparing international foods. The production of more complicated food items requiring advanced techniques will be studied. Students will be concerned with nutritional values, food processing, cost factors, and recipe selection. The students will leave the course with a collection of their “Favorite Recipes”.