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Beginner Level

I Spy in the Kitchen

  • Complete project guidelines as printed on page 2 of the project book
  • Display the completed project book
  • Display four Oatmeal Raisin cookies OR four Butterscotch Bar cookies on a plate and cover with plastic wrap
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Let's Make Quick Breads

  • Complete project guidelines as printed on page 4 of the project book
  • Display the completed project book
  • Display ½ of one loaf of Pear, Strawberry, OR Pumpkin Bread on a plate and covered with plastic wrap
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Intermediate Level

Star Spangled Foods

  • Complete project guidelines as printed on page 2 of the project book
  • Display completed project book
  • Display four Oatmeal Muffins OR 4 Snickerdoodle cookies on a plate and cover with plastic wrap
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Yeast Breads on the Rise

This project can be used for two years.  (If you prepare a recipe not in the project book, be sure to include the typed recipe with the rolls or bread.)

Year 1: 

  • Follow project plans printed on pages 5-6
  • Display 4 Crisp Dinner Rolls (preparing them using any shape described in the project book pg. 25) on a plate and cover with plastic wrap
  • Completed Summary Chart for each year in the project book
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Year 2: 

  • Follow project plans printed on pages 5 & 40
  • Display ½ loaf/round of yeast bread (recipe your choice) on a plate and cover with plastic wrap
  • Completed Summary Chart for each year in the project book
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Advanced Level

Global Gourmet

  • Complete project guidelines as printed on page 2 of the project book.  Select and prepare 5 (not 7) Interest Areas (Countries) and prepare at least 2 items from each country
  • Display the completed project book
  • Display ½ a loaf of dessert bread or cake from another country or culture and include the country/culture along with the recipe (wrapped in plastic), OR
  • Educational poster from the country you enjoyed the most that could include information about art & culture, plants/foods grown/served, map showing location of country, and other interesting facts & statistics
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved

Breads Around the World

  • For the project, prepare at least 6 loaves of bread from the project book (you may also include other yeast bread recipes you may have found) 
  • Complete the inside back cover page, answering the questions proposed on the bottom half of the page
  • Display loaf of round bread OR four rolls OR four pretzels OR four tortillas (covered with plastic wrap) from a country outside the US, on a note card, include the country/culture this represents
  • Write a story telling what new information you learned, i.e. what was most difficult, what you enjoyed the most, what life skill you improved