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Title:Now You're Cooking. Using a Food Thermometer (Teaching Kit)
Producer:University of Idaho
Description:Created to teach people why and how to use a food thermometer when cooking small cuts of meat (meat patties, chicken breasts, pork chops). The curriculum is comprised of four parts that require 50 minutes of class time each, plus about 20 minutes prior to beginning the lessons for administering a pretest and assigning homework. All of the printed materials and PowerPoint slides are provided on a CD. This kit includes VHS (15 minutes), 5 recipe cards, informational brochure, a pre/post test and a digital instant-read thermometer.
Topic:Preparation and Handling
Meat
Audience:Consumers
Format/Pub. Year:Kits (2004)
Contact Information:
 University of Idaho
School of Family and Consumer Sciences
Moscow, ID 83844-3183
Telephone:208-885-6972
Email:smccurdy@uidaho.edu
Cost:Not Free, $35.00
How To Order:Items may be purchased serparately.
Grant Number:CSREES Agreement no. 2001-51110-11464

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