Post Reply Cooking Class
Posted 6/6/08 , edited 6/8/08
Hello! I'm stwastwa, your teacher, and I'm going to teach you guys how to cook (DUH!)

So, before i begin, let us introduce ourselves first, yeah?

Do u noe a lil' bit about cooking?:


Here's mine~

Name: Felice
Do u noe a lil' bit about cooking?: yup!


Here r my students
~My Checklist~

I hope u have fun in my class!


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25 / F / California, U.S.
Posted 6/6/08
Name: Yuko
Age: 15
Do u noe a lil' bit about cooking?: only a little

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Posted 6/6/08
hi nice 2 meet you sensei
Name: joanne
Age: 14
Do u noe a lil' bit about cooking?: a little

Posted 6/6/08
hey! welcome to cooking class!!!
Posted 6/8/08


Since, *sigh* only 2 people have been active in my class...

I'll start the lessons... (cause I'm toooooooooo EXCITED!!)
(I'll post this on the first post to)

Cooking Safety first okay?!?

Lesson 1

Cooking Safety

Cooking Safety
Cooking fires are the #1 cause of home fires and home fire injuries. The majority of cooking equipment fires start with the ignition of common household items (i.e., wall coverings, paper or plastic bags, curtains, etc.).

Facts & Figures

According to the available statistics, 118,700 cooking equipment involved fires has resulted in 250 deaths and 3880 injuries. Unattended cooking is the number one cause of kitchen fires. These fires represent the largest share of any major cause of residential fires. The second cause is the result of combustibles being too close to the heat source. And, the third cause is unintentionally turning on or not turning off the equipment.

The Tufts Fire Marshal wants to remind the Tufts community that cooking is the leading cause of fire injuries on college campuses. Every year, college students experience a growing number of fire related emergencies in their dorm rooms.

Always stay in the kitchen while cooking on the range.

• Keep things that can burn, such as dishtowels, paper or plastic bags, and curtains as far as possible from the range top.

• Keep grease from building up on the range top, toaster oven and in the oven.

• Before cooking, roll up sleeves and use oven mitts. Loose-fitting clothes can touch a hot burner and catch on fire. If clothes do catch fire, "Stop, Drop and Roll" by dropping immediately to the ground and rolling over and over or back and forth to put out the flames. Cool the burned area with cool water and seek medical attention for serious burns.

Always turn pot handles toward the back of the range to prevent small children from reaching and pulling down a hot pan.

Hot liquid and food burns often occur when children pull hanging tablecloths or placemats. Use table cloths and decorations with care.

Post emergency numbers in visible areas.

Speacial thanks to for helping me crate this lesson

ok thats all
I hope you learn to be aware in cooking
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Posted 6/8/08
sorry sensei but i knew that i think i have heard that like a million times from my mom when i'm trying to help but it can help alot to those who are new to this thing
the first lesson was really good though *thumbs up*
Posted 6/8/08
hehe thanks
well, next lesson is hmmm..
the tools maybe? hmmmm... maybe that


(at least 1 person is active in mai class)
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Do u noe a lil' bit about cooking?:a little
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Posted 6/9/08
Name : Michelle
Age : 10 >.<
Do u noe a lil' about cooking?: im learning! but not much lol
Posted 6/9/08
hey! welcome to cooking class!
please study the 1st lesson cause i'll
make a test next week.

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