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when
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whim
whop
champ
path
clinch
bunch
then
chap
chant
moth
chest
chip
thug
Beth
path
then
bath
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bench
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ch th sh Word Search

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shot
chap
shop
mash
then
rash
wish
dish
moth
fish
cash
shall
chip
chill
ship
chop

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wh words Word Search

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whale
what
wheat
wheel
where
which
while
whip
whisk
whisper
whistle
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Crossword puzzle Bread and Pastry

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These are used for portion control and ease of shaping or dropping bakery items. They come in a variety of sizes ranging from #100 to 8 with the highest number being the smallest size. Dishers or Scoopers
They don’t have to be the most expensive knives on the market but they should be balanced and hold a sharp edge when sharpened. Essential knives include a small paring knife, chef’s knife in a length Knives
has many uses in the kitchen but I favor a microplaner for the baking/pastry kitchen. Grater
to heat the sides of pans to aid in the releasing of an item from its pan. This piece of equipment is particularly useful when removable rims are used. They are heated, the product is put on a can and slid down. Heat Gun or Blow Torch
This is probably the oldest, ugliest juicer ever, but I love it. The looks of this is a testament to never putting aluminum items in a dishwasher. Juicer
of different sizes are useful for portion control or to move liquids. They come in different sizes and professional ladles are marked in ounces. Ladles
come in wet and dry measures. The wet measures have graduated sizes on them and are used for liquids which is why there is usually a lip on the top. Measuring cups
This is one of the most wonderful tools in a kitchen. Microplaners can be used to grate citrus rinds, chocolate, nutmeg, etc. Microplaner
This is a necessary piece of equipment for pastry making. They are used to combine, beat or whip ingredients. T Mixer
are used to move tarts to their boards or platters. Two sturdy turners are placed, one on each side, to lift the tart and move it into place Pancake Turners
are used in conjunction with pastry tips to finish pastries. They can be plastic, cloth or disposable plastic and come in various sizes. Disposable plastic bags are used professionally to avoid cleanliness issues. Pastry Bags
come in a variety of widths and sizes. They are useful for washing down the sides of pans, brushing flour away, applying glazes and more Pastry Brushes
are used with pastry bags. The tips used in this book include #5 and #8 open star, #48 basketweave and #5 plain tip. Pastry Tips
has a rounded end for digging out the eyes of potatoes or other produce. The important thing here is to find one that is comfortable in your hand. Peeler
See tart pans with removable bottoms. Quiche pans –
Several sizes of pans including small to medium are used. Heavy pans will not only last a lifetime but prevent items from burning and allow more even heat disbursement. Saucepans
Not only for accuracy but for speed. It is so much faster to weigh ingredients than to measure with spoons and cups. Since successful baking and pastry depend upon the accuracy of measurements, Scales
are useful for a number of tasks in the bakers kitchen Scissors
ndispensible tools for baking and pastry. The bench scraper was originally used to scrape flour off of the area used to make bread which is referred to as a bench – hence bench Scrapers
straight metal spatulasLarge and small metal spatulas are important for frosting canes and releasing items from pans. Spatulas, Metal
of various sizes are useful from small tasting spoons to larger ones used to stir ingredients together. Spoons
n different mesh sizes are useful for straining, washing fresh fruit an sprinkling powdered sugar among other things. Strainer
, these short tart pans with fluted rims, usually have sides that are 3/4 to 1 inch tall. The bottoms come out which makes anything in them very easy to release without turning the pan upside down. Tart pans with removable bottoms
These are used to finish desserts. Toothpicks and Skewers
can be used for various tasks in the kitchen, including mixing and whipping ingredients. They come in very fine wire to heavy wire depending upon the use. They also come in various heights to accommodate different size containers. Whisks
These come in glass or metal. The metal can be light or dark. Both of the above require a reduction in the heat when baking of 25 to 50 degrees as they conduct the heat faster than light colored aluminum. Square Baking Pans
They come in all sizes and shapes. The 12 cup bundt pan in the right rear is the original design and the only one for many years. Then manufacturers boosted their popularity Bundt Pans
This was the precursor to parchment for home bakers Wax Paper
while professional bakeries cool their items in their pans placed on racks, home bakers often use cooling racks of different sizes and shapes. Cooling Racks
This decorating tool is ideal for giving the sides of a cake a finished look. Cake Comb
has a deeper cup than muffin tins and the cups are shaped differently. The bottom is smaller than the top which helps the popover pop over. Popover Pan
. They come in 9″ and 10″ diameters. The 9″ standard pie pan, as seen in the front, has a depth of about 1 1 /2 inches. The 10″ deep dish version pictured in the back has a depth of about 2 inches. Pie Plates

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Food Preparation Word Search

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blanch
steep
marinate
season
mince
peel
dice
clarify
baste
slice
fold
grate
whip
clean
measure
knead
blend
wash
mash
broil
whisk
simmer
strain
saute
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2nd grade Word Search

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hip
chip
trip
trap
champ
camp
ramp
stamp
map
rip
lip
lap
flap
flip
slip
hat
bat
fit
sit
bit

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K-U7 Bingo Cards

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These bingo cards contain the following answers:

shut
with
swing
sing
quilt
them
rash
dahs
wish
think
then
math
much
long
this
bring
bath
that
chip
song
fresh
chant
brunch
chest

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digraph ch Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

the
of
dad
mom
chat
chin
chit
chop
chip
chap

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ch words Word Search

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check
chess
chuck
chick
chill
chip
chug
chap
chad
chat
chop
chin

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blends - ch, wh, sh Word Search

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chap
chick
shall
shack
shell
which
check
chill
wham
what
chin
chip
shed
whip
when
chat
ship

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Medieval Music Crossword

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Crossword
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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

A form of medieval church that involves chanting; it emerged around 100 A.D. No instruments involved. Plainchant
A note or group of notes that are sung in a single syllable. Neumes
Pope Gregory the Great's compilation is recognized as this. Gregorian Chant
The combining of two or more musical lines. Polyphony
When the chant is sung and played on instruments in long notes while 3 faster melodies are sung above it. Cantus Firmis
New type of vocal music in which rhythm was specified for the first time. Motet
Tthese type of people and traveling minstrels danced played and sang their own songs in courts & streets. Jongleurs
Nobel men who set poems to music. Troubadours
Troubadours were either called this or singers of love. Minnesingers
Plucked instrument similar to a modern zither. Psaltery
One stringed instrument which has no modern counterpart. Tromba marina
A double reed instrument. Its modern descendant is the oboe. Shawm
An ancestor of our trombone without a slide it can only play a few notes. Buisine
The tendency of a musical composition to gravitate toward one particular note called. Tonality
The word for songs in french. Chasons
Temporary resting point in a piece of music. cadence
Introduced two centuries earlier,but then evolved into sophisticated polyphonic songs. Madrigal
Polyphonic works written for 7 singers per voice part instead of for solo voices. Choral music

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