When you are beginning a basic cooking class you may be wondering about how to label your worksheet, for example, the Basic Cooking Worksheet or BSW. You will want to be sure that you know how to use this worksheet and use it as instructed by your instructor.
As a student in a basic cooking class, you will need to have a BSW. There are many ways that you can label this worksheet but before labeling, it always checks with your instructor or the instructor’s help desk personnel. Some instructors will feel that they have to charge you for having a label on your worksheet. That is not the case, so do check with your instructor if they feel that the label should be there.
One of the reasons that most people will skip the BSW is because they don’t know how to write out their label. Your instructor may give you a pen and paper, but how do you write out the label? It is easy enough to put down the name of the food item, the name of the ingredient, the percentage of each ingredient, and the time it was prepared. Do that and label the worksheet. Then, when you have the list ready for your food item and the ingredients it will make your class go much smoother.
The first line of the BSW should be your name, your instructor’s name, and your full address. On that line it should also be stated which class you are in, the instructor’s name, and the name of the class. After the address and name on the worksheet line should be the word food. Then, the name of the food item, the name of the ingredient, the percentage of each ingredient, and the time it was prepared. On the next line, you should state the name of the class.
It is important to note that the name of the instructor who gave you the BSW should be written next to the name of the class, or your instructor, it should be written as part of the instruction manual that you received along with your BSW. Now, if you are not able to find that manual, or you just don’t have it with you, then write the information for your instructor, in this case, the class you are in, in the same format. If you are unsure, do double check before you label your worksheet.
After you have all of this information ready to go, write the date that you received your BSW and any other details that may be needed for your class. Always make sure that all of the information that you use on your BSW is correct, for example, you might have to note if you put milk, butter, and eggs in your food items.
When you come into class and you see the “Basic Cooking” chalk on the chalkboard, you will be required to write down the instructions for your class. You will also have to get familiar with the “Basic Cooking Worksheet”. Use this worksheet to start your class and get all of the information down that you will need for your class.
If you are having difficulty with basic cooking and the chalkboard instructions, or the BSW, then you should ask your instructor what is necessary for you to do to properly label your BSW. If you don’t understand what you are being told, you can always ask your instructor and they will be more than happy to help you. If they cannot help you or aren’t able to help you, then ask them to explain the basics of food labels and the BSWs to you.