Washing Dishes – How to Wash Dishes
- www.manfreedinthekitchen.com Manfreed demonstrates how to wash dishes. Proper dish washing is quick and easy. You kids, new cooks and beginner cooks can wash dishes. Enjoy more kitchen hints on www.manfreedinthekitchen.com
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Wash your hands with hand soap and water.
Make certain that all kitchen utensils and tools are clean
Be cautious with the knife. Curl your fingers back away from the knife when holding what you are cutting.
Never lick a knife.
Do not lick your fingers without washing your hands instantly after licking.
Never lick any kitchen utensil without washing it instantly before using it again.
Dish soap, Dishtowels, Kitchen Sponge/Cloth
1. Wash all the kitchen utensils/tools and put them away in the proper cupboard.
2. Put ingredients back into the proper cupboards.
3. Wipe down the counter-top with soap and water.
www.manfreedinthekitchen.com Manfreed demonstrates how to wash dishes. Proper dish washing is quick and easy. You kids, new cooks and beginner cooks can wash dishes. Enjoy more kitchen hints on www.manfreedinthekitchen.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by Anita: What food to sell at a high school’s fundraising event?
We’re considering chocolate-covered frozen bananas, but aren’t sure if they’ll sell.
Many of the less-exotic foods have already been claimed by other clubs (soda, donuts, burritos, burgers, caramel apples, apple cider, garlic/foccacia bread, fried chicken, fish balls, smoothies, pizza, sushi, tapioca). We are also not allowed to sell food cooked by ourselves.
What other food items are likely to sell well? By the way, I live in northern California, so the weather is always pretty mild. Thanks for any and all suggestions!
Answer by blueappledot
what about ice cream… or ice cream floats… when I was in school.. .we raises alot of money since the day was so hot.
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