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Preheat approximately __minutes before using as a griddle or fry pan.
Preheat approximately 12 minutes before using as a griddle or fry pan.
Critical Limits: Elements such as time and temperature that must be adhered to in order to keep food safe. The
Temperature Danger Zone is defined by the Food and Drug Administration’s Food Code as __° F. to ___° F.
Critical Limits: Elements such as time and temperature that must be adhered to in order to keep food safe. The
Temperature Danger Zone is defined by the Food and Drug Administration’s Food Code as 41° F. to 140° F.
A point in a specific food service process where loss of control may result in an
unacceptable health risk. Implementing a control measure at this point may eliminate or prevent the food safety
hazard.
Critical Control Point (CCP)
An illness transmitted to humans through food. Any food may cause a foodborne illness,
however potentially hazardous foods are responsible for most foodborne illnesses. Symptoms may include abdominal
pain/cramps, nausea and vomiting.
Foodborne Illness (FBI)
A food that is used as an ingredient in recipes or served alone that is capable of supporting the growth of organisms responsible for foodborne illness. Typical foods include high protein foods such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy products.
Potentially Hazardous Food
To cook in liquid at boiling point (212° F.) in which bubbles rise and break at the
surface.
Boil
To moisten food with liquid or melted fat during cooking to prevent drying of the
surface and to add flavor.
Baste
To brown in small amount of fat, then to cook slowly in small amount of liquid
below the boiling point in a covered utensil.
Braise
To cook by direct exposure to heat.
Broil
To mix two or more ingredients thoroughly.
Blend
To coat with crumbs, flour, sugar or corn meal.
Dredge
To punch a number of vertical impressions in a dough with a smooth round stick
about the size of a pencil to allow for expansion and permit gases to escape
during baking.
Dock
To mix until smooth, so that the resulting mixture is softened and thoroughly
blended.
Cream
A preparation containing spices, condiments, vegetables, and aromatic herbs, and
a liquid (acid or oil or combination of these) in which a food is placed for a
period of time to enhance its flavor or to increase its tenderness.
Marinade
To allow shaped and panned yeast products like bread and rolls to double in size
under controlled atmospheric conditions.
Proof