2019 WAEC Catering Craft Practice 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) RUNZ

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Wednesday, 10th April, 2019

Catering Craft Practice 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) – 9:30 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.



How to Bake Bread
Step 1: Ingredients. 1 cup warm water
Step 2: Feeding the Yeast. First things first, you need to make the yeast happy!
Step 3: Add the Regular Flour
Step 4: Kneading
Step 5: First Rise
Step 6: Punch It Down
Step 7: Second Rise + Preheating
Step 8 : Baking + Cooling

(i) Filet
(ii) Steak or darne
(iii) Supreme
(iv) Butterfly or cutlet
(v) Dressed and Pan dressed

(i) Protect food from extreme heat which would result in overcooking.
(ii) Retain food juice.
(iii) To protect the food from spoil

(i) Paprika
(ii) Black pepper
(iii) Salt
(iv) Garlic

(i) 1/2 cup. fine, dry breadcrumbs
(ii) Milk
(iii) Large egg
(iv) Grated Parmesan cheese

(i) Gather the ingredients.
(ii) Preheat oven to 350 F.
(iii) In a large bowl combine the egg, water, bread crumbs, onion, salt, and pepper and combine. Add the ground beef that has been broken into chunks, and mix gently , but thoroughly, with your hands to combine.
(iv) Form this mixture into meatballs about 1-inch in diameter and place on a broiler pan or a pan with sides topped with a wire rack
(v) Bake at 350 F for 25 to 30 minutes until meatballs register 165 F on a meat thermometer.
(vi) When they are frozen or have finished baking, use in your favorite recipe.

• Coffee brewing machine
• Coffee bean grinding machine
• Tea dispenser
• Bread slicing machine
• Salamander
• Hot cupboard
• Steamer and hotwater boiler
• Refrigertors
• Work table and cutting board
• General storage space, shelves and cupboards

(i)Self-serve bar dispenser equipment is a responsible, controlled method allowing customers to access the beer flavors they want, when they want it; but within certain state and local limits.

(ii) Bar dispenser equipment like this drives traffic to bars and restaurants especially with the ability for the customer beer button to hold a dollar credit value from one visit to the next. Visitors can purchase beer credits for their friends as gifts, celebrations and more!

(iii) Bar dispensing systems increase sales for the retail owner as their valued customers no longer have to wait for service. They simply go and pour it for themselves, making their experience at your establishment much more enjoyable.

(iv) To ensure a better pour for your customers, or to facilitate growler filling at our walls for example, please entertain using turbotaps as part of your bar dispenser equipment.

(v) Self-serve beer tables and beer walls are saving retail owners money as they are no longer on the hook for the waste or giveaway that they typically have behind the bar.

*Questions 1, 2, 4 & 5 completed*







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