Name Professor Course Date Menu Butternut squash soup with pinot noir ******************* Scallops with Snow Peas Cauliflower and Peanut Panade with chardonnay wine *************************** Honey fig crostatas (dessert) served with Chardonnay wine (Meal of 2 people in total)Course 1: butternut squash soup with pinot noir Prep: 20 min Cook: 40 min Serving: 2 Ingredients 1 and ½ pounce of the butternut squash that is peeled and seeded one tablespoon of unsalted butter I medium onion that is chopped 2 cups of chicken stock Nutmeg Salt and freshly black pepper that is grounded Directions Cut the squash into chunks. Melt the butter in a large pot. Add pieces of onion and cook for 8 minutes. Add squash and stock also. Simmer it and cook until it becomes tender for 20 minutes. Remove some pieces of the chunks with the spoon and blend it. Return squash to the pot. Then stir of the figs as well as brushing the dough by use of the egg white and let it chill for about 30 minutes. Step 4 then bake the crostatas for 35 minutes by rotating the crust till it becomes goldish for 10 minutes. Step 5 Toss the figs that had remained with honey. After that transfer into the crostatas into plates. Top it with figs and thyme sprigs and serve. Each person is served with one glass of wine. The food that I enjoyed most was the main meal and the dessert. This is because they were combined with white wine which was sweet and I enjoyed most. Together the combination of the food it was nice. Unlike the entrée which was not that much sweet and enjoyable as the other one. Work cited Garvin Jackie. Biscuits: Sweet and Savory Southern Recipes for the All-American Kitchen. Skyhorse Publishing Inc. 2015. [...]
Option 1: Prepare and cook a three-course meal for a minimum of two persons (and select wines to partner with the food): 2. Select wines to go with each course. The same wine may be used for two of the courses. These need not be expensive wines, and it is intended for you only to drink a glass with each course.. Total wine consumption should not exceed one-half bottle per person, maximum. Each student must be 21 years or over to consume wine.I Option 2 Keep a food diary or food journal for two weeks. Reflect upon some of the themes in the course and how this may affect your eating habits and food dollar expenditure. I ask that you include at least a two-page evaluation of your eating habits (for examples how surprised were you with your eating habits? Did they change due to anything that you learnt from the course? Would you like to change anything about your eating habits in the future? If so, why? I will add an additional post (one for the food journal and for the evaluation). Option 3 Review three different food applications available on the market. Please write between 1-2 pages per app, and try to make the writing not just descriptive of the app, but also evaluative (for example on costs and value for money, if applicable; ease of use; originality and innovation of the app; usefulness, numbers using the app etc.) Option 4. Investigate certain food movements and associations such as “slow food”, “community gardening”, “raw food”, and make a report and of the findings. Please try to write your report in an evaluative way (rather than just describing the movements or associations). Such information as numbers involved (if available) and the pros and cons of the movements and associations would be useful. Try also to find actual examples, if possible. Your report should be between 4-5 pages in length.