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Foods

In these courses, students will meet the Alberta Education outcomes for Foods 10 or 20 or 30, depending what level each student is at. This involves a more in depth look into the structure of food and how to prepare it. The emphasis of these courses is on developing selection, preparation and cooking skills in a wide variety of foods, with an emphasis on making food as nutritious as possible. While preparing foods for consumption, the practice of safe and sanitary food habits within the kitchen is of major importance.

Courses are devoted to promoting safe and sanitary food handling techniques, promoting nutritional food choices and meal planning while developing intermediate skills in the areas of selection, preparation, and serving of food.

Braemar has a beautiful kitchen laboratory, and offers over 30 courses to choose from:

FOD 1010: Food Basics

 

FOD 2120: Meal Planning 2

FOD 1020: Contemporary Baking

 

FOD 2130: Vegetarian Cuisine

FOD 1030: Snacks and Appetizers

 

FOD 2140: Rush Hour Cuisine

FOD 1040: Meal Planning 1

 

FOD 2150: Food Safety & Sanitation

FOD 1050: Fast & Convenience Foods

 

FOD 2170: International Cuisine

FOD 1060: Canadian Heritage Foods

 

FOD 2180: Vegetables & Fruits

FOD 1070: Farm to Table

 

FOD 2190: Grains, Legumes, Pulses & Seeds

FOD 1080: Food & Nutrition Basics

 

FOD 3010: Food for Life Stages

FOD 2030: Food Decisions & Health

 

FOD 3030: Creative Baking

FOD 2040: Cake & Pastry

 

FOD 3040: Yeast Products

FOD 2050: Bread Products

 

FOD 3050: Advanced Soups & Sauces

FOD 2060: Milk Products & Eggs

 

FOD 3060: Food Presentation

FOD 2070: Soups & Sauces

 

FOD 3070: Short-Order Cooking

FOD 2090: Creative Cold Foods

 

FOD 3080: Advanced Meat Cookery

FOD 2100: Basic Meat Cookery

 

FOD 3100: Entertaining With Food

FOD 2110: Fish & Poultry

 

FOD 3160: Regional Cuisine

 



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