Food Preparation & Cooking book.
Food Preparation & Cooking book. Roy Hayter cover This comprehensive resource has been completely updated for the NVQ/SVQ qualifications in Food Preparation and Cooking at levels 1 and 2. It is also suitable for the level 2 work in the first year of a modern apprenticeship. This book will prove an invaluable aid to all NVQ students whether they are work or college-based trainees or open-learning students.
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Levels 1 and 2. Authors. Part of the HCTB Macmillan Mastercraft book series (HCTBMM). Chapters Table of contents (26 chapters). About About this book. PDF. About this book. Pages 1-2. Customer skills. Pages 3-4. Safety and security.
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This comprehensive resource has been completely updated for the NVQ/SVQ qualifications in Food Preparation and Cooking at levels 1 and 2. Quality points, preparation methods, cooking methods and equipment, finishing and presenting, and recipes are presented systematically - level 1 and level 2 material is readily identifiable. NVQ/SVQ checklists are included to help students and trainees keep track of their own progress.
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Food Preparation & Cooking (Hospitality). Roy Hayter covers the basic skills and underpinning knowledge for the level 1and 2 cookery units, plus all the generic units required for certification. Added by CvP. Create date Feb 17, 2010. Skills and knowledge checks for each unit will help candidates and their trainers monitor progress. Less formal activiites provide a fresh, highly participative way of testing underpinning knowledge. Examples of industry procedures, recipes, graphics and colour photographs enliven and support the learning process.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to food preparation: Food preparation – art form and applied science that includes but is not limited to cooking. Art – an art, one of the arts, is a creative endeavor or discipline. Culinary art – art of preparing and cooking foods. Skill – learned capacity to carry out pre-determined results often with the minimum outlay of time, energy, or both. Meal preparation – the process of planning meals.