PAD4O Dutch Oven or Outback Oven Cooking Assignment

You will research a Dutch Oven or Outback Oven recipe, make the recipes for the class to sample and then post your experiences to the Recipe Blog.

If you have completed a Dutch Oven Recipe in Grade 11 OE,
then you will be expected to complete the Outback Oven Assignment.

You can complete the assignment on your own or with a partner.

1.    Research the recipes.

·      Use books, magazines or the internet to find a Dutch oven or Outback oven recipe.

·      Ensure that the Dutch/Outback oven recipe uses the Dutch/Outback oven as an oven and not just a cooking pot. I am looking for you to use the BBQ coals and tin foil to complete the Dutch oven assignment.

2.    Make the recipes for the class to sample.

·      Book a date to do your Dutch/Outback oven cooking.

·      Purchase your food (enough for the class to sample, not a complete meal).

·      You will have to prepare your food, get the BBQ coals hot (your responsibility, not mine), get the Dutch/Outback oven set up, let it cook long enough and provide the class with a sample.

·      Ensure you give yourself enough time to complete all that (just using class time will not be enough). You will want to plan to use before school time, spares, lunch or arrange with your other teachers to ensure this gets completed.

3.    Post your recipes!

·      Make an actual post on the Recipe Blog.

·      Include:

Rate your recipe: * Maybe not  ** OK  *** Good  **** Excellent, I will make this at home.

Recipe: Include all ingredients and instructions.

Hints: Things that helped you be successful or things you would change to make it better.

Source: A proper bibliography.

·      Use pictures or quotes to spice it up.

4.    Comment on a recipe!

·      Provide a comment on one of the recipes completed by someone else in the class.

·      Remember to be positive and constructive. Comment on the quality, presentation, ease of prep, taste, as well as, ideas to improve taste, presentation or make it easier to make.

Don’t leave this assignment until the end of the semester, because it won’t happen!

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