I am taking a culinary class. It is in the afternoons at the Career Center. I really like my teacher.
I am learning about sanitation and food borne illnesses. There are a lot of food borne illnesses and they have some gross effects!
I learned how to properly cut a chicken without leaving much meat on the bones and having them in nice pieces. I have learned some different cuts for vegetables.
I enjoy the class a lot, but it is very hard. Mondays and Tuesdays are test days and learning the new things. Wednesdays are to finish up. Thursdays and Fridays are “labs” and I get to learn how to cook new things.
So far this year we have made cookies (to learn how to use a food scale). All of the ingredients were in ounces and we used shortening and butter instead of just butter. Momma liked the Snickerdoodles better than the recipe we have at home.
Then we learned how to make Bangers and Mash. I practiced the julienne cut on the potatoes. I also learned to cut onions properly. The recipe was so good, I made it again at home.
This week I learned how to cut up a chicken. We used the chicken for some great dishes.
Here is what my life look like some summer days. Lots of pictures. Momma wanted to practice taking different styles of pictures. So I volunteered to be her model. I enjoy posing for her. I love Momma lots. 🙂
I enjoyed Lake Ann Camp a lot this year. There was a lot of screaming the first few days, but then it got quiet because everyone lost their voice 🙂 and that was okay with me.
I liked paintball. It was fun that I kept shooting Audrey, but must have missed her. I was pretty sure I was close, but she did not get out. She did not know it was me until I asked if it was her I was shooting at.
It was fun getting to know other kids and Evie better too.
Camp is a lot of fun. Whether I am a camper or helping in the kitchen, I really enjoy being at camp. Not only do I get to know people, I get to listen to chapel and learn more about God.
I am looking forward to seeing how next summer and camp works out!
The above pictures where taken by my friend Evie, and these are used with permission from Lake Ann.