Theory of Cookery

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ISBN:

9780199474448

Publication date:

30/05/2017

Paperback

320 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 450.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199474448

Publication date:

30/05/2017

Paperback

320 pages

241.0x184.0mm

First Edition

Parvinder S. Bali

Theory of Cookery is designed for students of diploma and food craft courses in hotel management. Catering to the syllabus of National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology, the book elaborates on the concept of cookery, methods of cooking, and various features of a professional kitchen.

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First Edition

Parvinder S. Bali

Description

Theory of Cookery is designed for students of diploma and food craft courses in hotel management. Catering to the syllabus of National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology, the book elaborates on the concept of cookery, methods of cooking, and various features of a professional kitchen.

The book begins with an introduction to cookery, standards of personal hygiene, protective clothing, and safety procedure in handling equipments which a chef needs to maintain. It also gives an overview of the origin of modern cookery and provides a list of culinary terms. Following this, the book discusses organizational structure and layout of a professional kitchen, along with duties and responsibilities of various chefs. Basic menu planning, aims and methods of cooking food as well as commodities used for cooking have been explained at length too. The book also includes chapters on salads, soups, eggs, meat, and fish cookery.

First Edition

Parvinder S. Bali

Table of contents

  1. Introduction To Cookery
  2. Organizational Structure And Layout Of Kitchen
  3. Basic Menu Planning
  4. Aims And Objectives Of Cooking Food
  5. Use Of Vegetables And Fruits In Cookery
  6. Stocks, Sauces, And Gravies
  7. Soups And Salads
  8. Meat, Fish, And Egg Cookery
  9. Methods Of Cooking

First Edition

Parvinder S. Bali

Features

  • Discusses roles of various commodities used in cooking along with different methods of cooking such as sautéing, steaming, braising, microwave cooking and more in detail
  • Provides important points (chef’s tips) interspersed in the text to avoid accidents in the kitchen
  • Explains practical aspects of cookery with photographs, tables, and figures
  • Includes assessment tools such as review questions and project assignments
Online Resources
The following resources are available to support the faculty and students using this text:

For Faculty
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Instructor’s Manual


For Students
  • Flashcard Glossary

Description

Theory of Cookery is designed for students of diploma and food craft courses in hotel management. Catering to the syllabus of National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology, the book elaborates on the concept of cookery, methods of cooking, and various features of a professional kitchen.

The book begins with an introduction to cookery, standards of personal hygiene, protective clothing, and safety procedure in handling equipments which a chef needs to maintain. It also gives an overview of the origin of modern cookery and provides a list of culinary terms. Following this, the book discusses organizational structure and layout of a professional kitchen, along with duties and responsibilities of various chefs. Basic menu planning, aims and methods of cooking food as well as commodities used for cooking have been explained at length too. The book also includes chapters on salads, soups, eggs, meat, and fish cookery.

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction To Cookery
  2. Organizational Structure And Layout Of Kitchen
  3. Basic Menu Planning
  4. Aims And Objectives Of Cooking Food
  5. Use Of Vegetables And Fruits In Cookery
  6. Stocks, Sauces, And Gravies
  7. Soups And Salads
  8. Meat, Fish, And Egg Cookery
  9. Methods Of Cooking

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