ESL Lesson Plan on Chocolate: Giving Your Students a Real Taste For Learning - BrightHub Education
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By: Author Coleen. Are you planning a special dessert for Valentine's Day dinner? Want to make it extra-special?
Alice Medrich is an award-winning author, pastry chef and teacher. To that end we are as specific as possible in listing ingredients and describing every aspect of the preparation. We need enough details to increase the odds of success, but not enough to scare the cook. In baking we call for cake flour, or all-purpose flour, or another specific flour because the type of flour we use can make or break a cake. Chocolate seems to be an entirely different story.