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STANDARD (1) #3495
Name: ______________________________________
Hour: _______________________________________
VIDEO WORKSHEET
Math in the Kitchen:
Do You Measure Up?
Is baking basic chemistry? Are ingredients basic biology? Is cooking basic
math? If you can’t tell a tsp from a Tbsp, you’re likely to get a pancake when
you wanted a souffle. Basic math is needed to help you properly prepare a recipe your guests will enjoy, or to change your favorite
recipe to serve ten people instead of four.
Standard Review
Directions: After watching Math in the Kitchen: Do You Measure Up?, answer the following questions.
1. Overview
1. Baking and cooking are a combination of ______________ + ________________ = Delicious Results
2. What are the three distinct areas of a recipe?
Top:
Middle:
Bottom:
3. What is the yield?
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2. Measuring & Equivalents
1. What are the four sizes of measuring spoons?
2. What are the four sizes of measuring cups? What other sizes may be included?
3. How can you remember that a teaspoon is smaller than a tablespoon?
How can you remember how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?
4. Fill in the diagram to help remember liquid measurements:
5. How big is a dash, pinch or a speck?
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6. What is incorrect with each of the recipes shown? What is the correct amount?
Chocolate chip muffins:
Spaghetti sauce:
Banana bread:
3. Conversions
Make the conversions to the following recipes. Show your work in the space below each table.
1. Chicken A La King
Original Recipe, Serves 6
ВЅ c.
1
Ingredients
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 4
Green pepper
Sliced mushrooms
ВЅ c.
Flour
ВЅ t.
Salt
Вј t.
Black pepper
ВЅ c.
Milk
2 c.
Convert to serve 2
Butter
3 oz.
1 Вј c.
Convert to serve 12
Chicken broth
Cooked cubed chicken
2. Spaghetti Sauce
Original Recipe, Serves 8
Вј c.
6 cloves
Ingredients
Olive oil
Garlic
3 cans
Crushed tomatoes
1 pinch
Salt
1 T.
8 leaves
1 c.
Dried parsley
Fresh basil
Water
STANDARD (4) #3479
3. Peanut Butter Cookies
Original Recipe,4 dozen
Ingredients
1 c.
Butter
1 c.
Peanut butter
1 c.
Sugar
1 c.
Brown sugar
2
Eggs
2 ВЅ c.
Flour
1 t.
Baking powder
ВЅ t.
Salt
1 ВЅ t.
Convert to 3 dozen
Baking soda
4. Cost Comparisons
Figure out the cost per unit for each of the food below. Circle the best buy.
APPLES
3 lbs for $3.67
5 lbs for $5.49
1 lb for $1.37
CANNED PEACHES
(4) 4 oz. single servings for $1.89
15.25 oz. can for $1.18
29 oz. can for $1.29
GROUND BEEF
(2) 1 lb packages for $3.92 each
3 lb package for $9.88
5 lb package for $14.98
BREAD
16 slices for $1.99
24 slices for 1.68
8 rolls for $2.69
Convert to 12 dozen
STANDARD (5) #3479
Name: ______________________________________
Hour: _______________________________________
TEACHER’S KEY
Math in the Kitchen:
Do You Measure Up?
Is baking basic chemistry? Are ingredients basic biology? Is cooking basic
math? If you can’t tell a tsp from a Tbsp, you’re likely to get a pancake when
you wanted a souffle. Basic math is needed to help you properly prepare a recipe your guests will enjoy, or to change your favorite
recipe to serve ten people instead of four.
Standard Review
Directions: After watching Math in the Kitchen: Do You Measure Up?, answer the following questions.
1. Overview
Math
Chemistry
1. Baking and cooking are a combination of ______________
+ ________________
= Delicious Results
2. What are the three distinct areas of a recipe?
Top: Name of recipe, oven temperature, quantity (yield)
Middle: Ingredients
Bottom: Directions
3. What is the yield?
The quantity a recipe makes – either number of pieces or the number of servings
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2. Measuring & Equivalents
1. What are the four sizes of measuring spoons?
Tablespoon, Teaspoon, ВЅ Teaspoon, Вј Teaspoon
2. What are the four sizes of measuring cups? What other sizes may be included?
1 Cup, ВЅ Cup, 1/3 Cup, Вј Cup, (2/3 Cup), (3/4 Cup)
3. How can you remember that a teaspoon is smaller than a tablespoon?
Tea cup smaller than a table
How can you remember how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?
TEA – three letters in TEA, three teaspoons in a tablespoon
4. Fill in the diagram to help remember liquid measurements:
5. How big is a dash, pinch or a speck?
Less than 1/8 teaspoon
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6. What is incorrect with each of the recipes shown? What is the correct amount?
Chocolate chip muffins:
2 teaspoons all purpose flour should be 2 cups all purpose flour
Spaghetti sauce:
1 cup of salt should be 1 pinch of salt
Banana bread:
ВЅ cup baking soda should be ВЅ teaspoon
3. Conversions
Make the conversions to the following recipes. Show your work in the space below each table.
1. Chicken A La King
Original Recipe, Serves 6
ВЅ c.
1
Ingredients
Butter
Green pepper
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 2
1 c.
2 T. + 2 t.
2
1/3
3 oz.
Sliced mushrooms
Вѕ c.
1 oz.
ВЅ c.
Flour
1 c.
2 T. + 2 t.
ВЅ t.
Salt
1 t.
dash
Вј t.
Black pepper
ВЅ t.
dash
ВЅ c.
Milk
1 c.
2 T. + 2 t.
2 ВЅ c.
Вј c. + 2 T + 2 t.
4 c.
2/3 c.
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 4
Вј c. + 2 T.
2 T.
Garlic
9 cloves
3 cloves
3 cans
Crushed tomatoes
4 ВЅ cans
1 ВЅ cans
1 pinch
Salt
ВЅ - Вѕ t.
small pinch
4 ВЅ t.
1 ВЅ t.
12 leaves
4 leaves
1 ВЅ c.
ВЅ c.
1 Вј c.
2 c.
Chicken broth
Cooked cubed chicken
2. Spaghetti Sauce
Original Recipe, Serves 8
Вј c.
6 cloves
1 T.
8 leaves
1 c.
Ingredients
Olive oil
Dried parsley
Fresh basil
Water
STANDARD (8) #3479
3. Peanut Butter Cookies
Original Recipe,4 dozen
Ingredients
Convert to 3 dozen
Convert to 12 dozen
1 c.
Butter
Вѕ c.
3 c.
1 c.
Peanut butter
Вѕ c.
3 c.
1 c.
Sugar
Вѕ c.
3 c.
1 c.
Brown sugar
Вѕ c.
3 c.
2
Eggs
1 ВЅ eggs
6 eggs
2 ВЅ c.
Flour
1 7/8 c.
7 ВЅ c.
1 t.
Baking powder
Вѕ t.
1 T.
ВЅ t.
Salt
Вј t.
1 ВЅ t.
Baking soda
1 t.
4 ВЅ t.
1 ВЅ t.
4. Cost Comparisons
Figure out the cost per unit for each of the food below. Circle the best buy.
APPLES
3 lbs for $3.67
5 lbs for $5.49
1 lb for $1.37
$1.22/lb
$1.10/lb
$1.37/lb
CANNED PEACHES
(4) 4 oz. single servings for $1.89
15.25 oz. can for $1.18
29 oz. can for $1.29
$0.12/ounce
$0.08/ounce
$0.04/ounce
GROUND BEEF
(2) 1 lb packages for $3.92 each
3 lb package for $9.88
5 lb package for $14.98
$3.92/lb
$3.29/lb
$3.00/lb
BREAD
16 slices for $1.99
24 slices for 1.68
8 rolls for $2.69
8 sandwiches @ $0.25 each
12 sandwiches @ $0.14 each
8 sandwiches@ $0.34 each
METRIC (1) #3495
Name: ______________________________________
Hour: _______________________________________
TEACHER’S KEY
Math in the Kitchen:
Do You Measure Up?
Is baking basic chemistry? Are ingredients basic biology? Is cooking basic
math? If you can’t tell a tsp from a Tbsp, you’re likely to get a pancake when
you wanted a souffle. Basic math is needed to help you properly prepare a recipe your guests will enjoy, or to change your favorite
recipe to serve ten people instead of four.
Metric Review
Directions: After watching Math in the Kitchen: Do You Measure Up?, answer the following questions.
2. Measuring and Equivalents
1. What are the five sizes of metric measuring spoons?
2. What are the three sizes of metric measuring cups?
3. What is incorrect with each of the recipes shown? What is the correct amount?
Chocolate chip muffins:
Spaghetti sauce:
Banana bread:
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Conversions
Make the conversions to the following recipes. Show your work in the space below each table.
1. Chicken A La King
Original Recipe, Serves 6
125 ml
1
Ingredients
Convert to serve 2
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 4
Butter
Green pepper
90 ml
Sliced mushrooms
125 ml
Flour
2.5 ml
Salt
1 ml
Convert to serve 12
Black pepper
125 ml
Milk
325 ml
Chicken broth
500 ml
Cooked cubed chicken
2. Spaghetti Sauce
Original Recipe, Serves 8
50 ml
6 cloves
Ingredients
Olive oil
Garlic
3 cans
Crushed tomatoes
1 pinch
Salt
15 ml
Dried parsley
8 leaves
Fresh basil
250 ml
Water
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3. Peanut Butter Cookies
Original Recipe, 4 dozen
Ingredients
250 ml
Butter
250 ml
Peanut butter
250 ml
Sugar
250 ml
Brown sugar
2
Eggs
625 ml
Flour
5 ml
Baking powder
2 ml
Salt
7 ml
Baking soda
Convert to 3 dozen
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Convert to 12 dozen
METRIC (4) #3495
Name: ______________________________________
Hour: _______________________________________
TEACHER’S KEY
Math in the Kitchen:
Do You Measure Up?
Is baking basic chemistry? Are ingredients basic biology? Is cooking basic
math? If you can’t tell a tsp from a Tbsp, you’re likely to get a pancake when
you wanted a souffle. Basic math is needed to help you properly prepare a recipe your guests will enjoy, or to change your favorite
recipe to serve ten people instead of four.
Metric Review
Directions: After watching Math in the Kitchen: Do You Measure Up?, answer the following questions.
Measuring and Equivalents
1. What are the five sizes of metric measuring spoons?
25 ml 15 ml 5 ml 2 ml 1 ml
2. What are the three sizes of metric measuring cups?
250 ml 125 ml 50 ml
3. What is incorrect with each of the recipes shown? What is the correct amount?
Chocolate chip muffins: 2 teaspoons all purpose flour should be 2 cups all purpose flour
Spaghetti sauce: 25 ml salt should be 1 pinch (about 1 ml) salt
Banana bread: 125 ml baking soda should be 2 ml baking soda
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Conversions
Make the conversions to the following recipes. Show your work in the space below each table.
1. Chicken A La King
Original Recipe, Serves 6
125 ml
1
Ingredients
Butter
Green pepper
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 2
250 ml
40 ml
2
1/3
90 ml
Sliced mushrooms
180 ml
30 ml
125 ml
Flour
250 ml
40 ml
2.5 ml
Salt
5 ml
dash
Black pepper
2 ml
dash
1 ml
125 ml
Milk
250 ml
40 ml
325 ml
Chicken broth
650 ml
100 ml
500 ml
Cooked cubed chicken
1000 ml
160 ml
Convert to serve 12
Convert to serve 4
70 ml
25 ml
Garlic
9 cloves
3 cloves
3 cans
Crushed tomatoes
4 ВЅ cans
1 ВЅ cans
1 pinch
Salt
2-4 ml
small pinch
Dried parsley
20 ml
8 ml
12 leaves
4 leaves
325 ml
125 ml
2. Spaghetti Sauce
Original Recipe, Serves 8
50ml
6 cloves
15 ml
Ingredients
Olive oil
8 leaves
Fresh basil
250 ml
Water
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3. Peanut Butter Cookies
Original Recipe, 4 dozen
Ingredients
Convert to 3 dozen
Convert to 12 dozen
250 ml
Butter
180 ml
750 ml
250 ml
Peanut butter
180 ml
750 ml
250 ml
Sugar
180 ml
750 ml
250 ml
Brown sugar
180 ml
750 ml
2
Eggs
37.5 ml
6 eggs
625 ml
Flour
460 ml
1850 ml
5 ml
Baking powder
3-4 ml
15 ml
2 ml
Salt
1-2 ml
6 ml
7 ml
Baking soda
5 ml
21 ml
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WORKSHEETS ON MEASURING
1. What are the two ways of measuring for accuracy?
A. ____________________________________________________________________________________________
B. ____________________________________________________________________________________________
2. What are the two types of measuring cups and what is the difference?
Types are ____________________________________ and ______________________________________________
The difference is that _____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
3. Draw a liquid measuring cup
4. Draw a set of dry measuring cups
5. What are the individual spoons that make up a set of measuring spoons? Draw each under the size.
___________________
___________________
___________________
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6. Describe how to measure the following:
A. Flour: _______________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
B. Granulated sugar: ______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
C. Brown sugar: _________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
D. Powdered or confectioners sugar: _________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
E. Shortening: ___________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN FOOD PREPARATION
tsp. ______________________________________
EQUIVALENT MEASURES AND WEIGHTS
_________ ounces = 1 pound
_________ teaspoons = 1 Tablespoon
Tbsp. _____________________________________
_________ Tablespoons =1 cup
T. ________________________________________
_________ Tablespoons = 1 fluid ounce
t. ________________________________________
_________ Tablespoons = 1/4 cup
c. ________________________________________
_________ Tablespoons = 1/2 cup
f.g._______________________________________
_________ cups = 1 pint
_________ cups = 1 quart
sq. _______________________________________
_________ pints = 1 quart
pt. _______________________________________
_________ quarts = 1 gallon
qt. _______________________________________
_________ ounces = 1 cup
oz. _______________________________________
_________ sticks = 1 pound of butter
lb. _______________________________________
_________ cups = 1 pound of butter
_________ cups = 1/4 pound of butter
min. ______________________________________
_________ ounce(s) = 1 square of chocolate
hr. _______________________________________
_________ miniature marshmallows = 1 standard marshmallow
doz. ______________________________________
_________ cup = 1 stick of butter
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TEACHER’S KEY ON WORKSHEETS ON MEASURING
1. What are the two ways of measuring for accuracy?
standard measuring cups & spoons
A. ____________________________________________________________________________________________
weighing
B. ____________________________________________________________________________________________
2. What are the two types of measuring cups and what is the difference?
dry
liquid
Types are ____________________________________
and ______________________________________________
liquid has a pouring spout and a rim above the top line of the cup
The difference is that _____________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
3. Draw a liquid measuring cup
1 c.
3/4 c.
2/3 c.
1/2 c.
1/3 c.
1/4 c.
4. Draw a set of dry measuring cups
1 c.
1/2 c.
1/3 c.
1/4 c.
5. What are the individual spoons that make up a set of measuring spoons? Draw each under the size.
Tbsp
___________________
tsp
___________________
1/2 tsp
___________________
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1/4 tsp
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6. Describe how to measure the following:
1. put in a dry measuring cup and level off
A. Flour: _______________________________________________________________________________________
2. sift, gently spoon in cup. Level, don’t pack or tap
______________________________________________________________________________________________
put in dry cup level
B. Granulated sugar: ______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
pack in dry cup level
C. Brown sugar: _________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
sift, put in dry cup level
D. Powdered or confectioners sugar: _________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
pack in a dry cup, level, measure at room temperature
E. Shortening: ___________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN FOOD PREPARATION
teaspoon
tsp. ______________________________________
tablespoon
Tbsp. _____________________________________
tablespoon
T. ________________________________________
EQUIVALENT MEASURES AND WEIGHTS
16
_________
ounces = 1 pound
3
_________
teaspoons = 1 Tablespoon
16
_________
Tablespoons =1 cup
2
_________
Tablespoons = 1 fluid ounce
teaspoon
t. ________________________________________
4
_________
Tablespoons = 1/4 cup
cup
c. ________________________________________
8
_________
Tablespoons = 1/2 cup
few grains
f.g._______________________________________
2
_________
cups = 1 pint
square
sq. _______________________________________
4
_________
cups - 1 quart
2
_________
pints = 1 quart
pint
pt. _______________________________________
4
_________
quarts = 1 gallon
quart
qt. _______________________________________
8
_________
ounces = 1 cup
ounce
oz. _______________________________________
4
_________
sticks = 1 pound of butter
pound
lb. _______________________________________
minute
min. ______________________________________
2
_________
cups = 1 pound of butter
1/2
_________
cups = 1/4 pound of butter
1
_________
ounce(s) = 1 square of chocolate
hour
hr. _______________________________________
10
_________
miniature marshmallows = 1 standard marshmallow
dozen
doz. ______________________________________
1/2
_________
cup = 1 stick of butter
ABBREVIATIONS COMMONLY USED
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(Abbreviations always are used in the singular form.)
bu
c
В°C
В°F
doz
gal
hr
min
f.g.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
bushel
cup
degrees Centigrade
degrees Fahrenheit
dozen
gallon
hour
minute
few grains
oz – ounce
pk – peck
pt – pint
lb – pound
qt – quart
sec – second
T. or Tbsp – tablespoon
t. or tsp – teaspoon
sq – square
WEIGHT AND VOLUME EQUIVALENTS
COMMON
UNITS OF
WEIGHT
COMMON
UNITS OF
VOLUME
COMMON
FOOD
EQUIVALENTS
1 gram = 0.035 ounces
1 ounce = 28.35 grams
1 pound (16 ounces) = 4.53.6 grams
1-1/2
3
4
8
12
16
2
4
2
4
8
4
1
1/2
1/4
1
1
1
1
1
1/4
10
1
1/4
1
1
1
dash . . . . . . . . . =
teaspoons . . . . . =
teaspoons . . . . . =
tablespoons . . . =
tablespoons . . . =
tablespoons . . . =
tablespoons . . . =
cups . . . . . . . . . =
cups . . . . . . . . . =
pints . . . . . . . . . =
quarts . . . . . . . . =
quarts . . . . . . . . =
pecks . . . . . . . . =
less than 1/8 teaspoon
1/2 tablespoon
1 tablespoon . . . . . . . . . . . =
1/4 cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1/2 cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
3/4 cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1 cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1 pint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1 quart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1 quart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . =
1 gallon
1 peck
1 bushel
pound butter or margarine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
pound butter or margarine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
pound butter or margarine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2
square chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ounce chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
pound coffee, ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
pound all-purpose flour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
medium lemon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
pound marshmallows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
miniature marshmallows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
medium juice orange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/3
cup finely chopped onion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
pound brown sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1/4
pound confectioners’ sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1/2
pound granulated sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1/2 fluid ounce
2 fluid ounces
4 fluid ounces
6 fluid ounces
8 fluid ounces
16 fluid ounces
32 fluid ounces
32 fluid ounces
cups or 4 sticks
cup or 2 sticks
cup or 1 stick
ounce
tablespoons cocoa plus 1 tablespoon fat
tablespoons
cups (sifted)
tablespoons juice
large marshmallows
large marshmallow
to 1/2 cup juice
tablespoon instant minced onion
cups (firmly packed)
cups (sifted)
cups
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