Cooking Classes In Ma

cooking classes in ma
  • The practice or skill of preparing food
  • (cook) someone who cooks food
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
  • The process of preparing food by heating it
  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • Assign or regard as belonging to a particular category
  • (class) classify: arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
  • (class) a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents"
  • (class) a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"
  • informal terms for a mother
  • milliampere: one thousandth of an ampere
  • One's mother
  • Master of Arts: a master's degree in arts and sciences

1904 graduating class, University of Illinois College of Medicine
1904 graduating class, University of Illinois College of Medicine
1904 graduating class, University of Illinois College of Medicine Photograph credited to Geo. H. Paltridge, 653-655 W. Madison St., Chicago as pictured, left to right, top to bottom * indicates photographed graduate not listed in 1921 alumni record † indicates faculty/staff ‡ indicates photo missing from composite William Lorenza Nuckolls Charles R. A. Windmueller Alfred Stocker MD Spencer Norman Chaffee BS T. C. Haecker * Francis Harvey Gambell MD John Snook MD Oscar Paul Schnetzky MD William Henry Durkee Stephen Tyler Parsons C. F. Baldwin * William Eugene Dickinson Otto Balensiefer PhG T. H. Plank * (there is a Tilman Howard Plank listed in the class of 1905) Arthur Murphy Crandall MD Arthur Lell Leeds BS MD Royal James Dunn C. E. Goodwin * (there is a Charles Edwin Goodwin listed in the class of 1905) Edward Anton Mayer PhG Anson Torence Miller Miles Akin Heffelfinger Orlando Garfield Wood William John Vopata Henry Spencer Capps BS MD Jacob Leonard Eisendrath H. J. H. Hoeve * (there is a Hubertus H. J. Hoeve listed in the class of 1905) Edna Margaret Thomas (McHugh) Hanna Miller Margaret Teigen BS Clara Moore Esther Gimson Veda C. Chipperfield Murphey Helen Elvira Gregg Susie Marion De Cou (Bockoven) Florence Anna Wing X. E. Bond AM * (there is a Xenia Ethel Bond listed in the class of 1905) Susan Lillian Koons Martha L. Longstreet Edith Cory Pollock Ellen Pauline Ketchum Flora Matina Tanquary ‡ Rosina Rehor Wistein Helen Pearl Beattie (Tennies) Robert Allan Oakes Edwin Wilson Gray Howard Demarest Eaton AB Michael Nelson MD David Gladstone Borges George Beveridge AB Aloys Heinen George C. Amerson Emil Haberman David Barnett Blumstein Julien Bezal Beck Irwin Adelbert Gardner Thomas James Costello John Philip Dougherty Henry Richards Samuel Nuel Colliver Joseph Aloysius McGoey PhG MD C. J. King * Charles Davison MD † Sanger Brown MD † William Kilbourn Jaques PhM MD † Albert John Ochsner BS FRMS MD † Robert Hall Babcock AM MD † William Augustus Evans MS MD † Daniel Atkinson King Steele MD † Andrew Sloan Draper LLD† Frank Breckinridge Earle MD † John Erasmus Harper AM MD † John Lincoln Porter MD † Don Lee Shaw MD † Fred Carl Zapffe MD † Charles Sumner Bacon AM PhB MD † Charles Spencer Williamson BS MD † Charles E. Yates Orson Eugene Matter MD Harry Oscar White MD Bert John Dillon Nehemiah Paul Mead PhG George Paul Hohly William Henry Carr BS Andrew McDermid MB MD FSMC † William Lincoln Ballenger MD † Stephen Gano West MD † Charles Samuel Woods MD † G. Frank Lydston MD † Henry Parker Newman AM MD † William Edward Quine MD † Henry Turman Byford AM MD † Bayard Holmes BS MD † Edwin Graffam Earle MD † Frank Eldridge Wynekoop MS MD † L. Blake Baldwin MD † Arthur Mills Corwin AM MD † George Joseph Kruk Daniel Winfield Layman Willis Townsend Hinman PhG Edgar D. Heaton Peter Hubert Cremer Gratian Philip Whitwham Carl Adam Starck George Meek Ingham Charles Clayton O’Byrne MD † William Thomas Eckley MD † Harris Ellett Santee PhD MD † Twing Brooks Wiggin MD † George Peter Dreyer AB PhD † John Alphonso Wesener PhC MD † Arthur Henry Brumback MD † Oscar A. King MD † Francis Roberta Sherwood MD † John Fisher MD † Edward Franklin Wells MD † Channing Whitney Barrett MD † Henry Leland Tolman † Daniel Nathan Eisendrath AB MD † Henry Ludwig Halverson William Perry Woods AB Wayne Adelbert Harris Frederick James Swift Frank Deacon D. Edmund Cone BS BPd Luther Martin Marvel Fred Jerome Walter MD E. S. Gordon * Arthur Ellison Midgley MD Bernard Fantus, MD † Alexander Hugh Ferguson MB CM FTMS MD † Maurice Louis Goodkind MD † William McIntyre Harsha AB MD † Thomas Archibald Davis MD † William Allen Pusey AM MD † Carl Beck MD † Joseph McIntyre Patton MD † Adolph Gehrmann MD † Lee Harrison Mettler MD † Albert Leroy Doe Hartford Sweet AB Robert Edward McCracken PhG Frederick August Baumgart Frank Richard Curney Clauson Morril Wilmot Frederick Murray Doyle MD John Norton Thorpe Robert Warren Blumenthal Guy Maynard Cushing MD George Vincent Ridley William Henry Lipman E. R. Field Sten. † William Henry Browne Supt. † J. S. Tomlinson Cshr. † M. M. Loomis Lib. † Elizabeth M. Heelan, Clk. † John Percy Nelson Athol Llewellyn Cook Robert E. Stevens Ross Harrison Axe Clarence Heathcote Wall Dirk John Scholten BS Harold Roy Lucas Alfred Stirgus Price Paul Otto Schallert MA BS Charles Mickel Gray MD John Richard Dale J. Eliot Foltz John Wesley Morrison Karl August Danell AB James Burnett Hundley Frank J. Blackmer George Frederick Cook John Wirt Robinson BS Charles E. Ericson Charles Casper Swab William Emery Harrington Corrydon Goodrich Snow Port McWhorter Robert Thornton Ewan Bryce Rex Winbigler Carl Albert Gesswein Clarence Dryden Barker Edward Leo Hallinan Clyde Leroy Smith Frank Marion Horstman PhG Grace Frith Hagans (Jerger) Cornelius Gunderson William Henry Bahl William Thomas Oake PhG William Likely Simpson BD John Algernon Cavanaugh Olav Bohmer BA Loren G. Blackmer Wilfred Henry Gardner MD James Bolton Knipe PhG Eugene George C
Cooking Lab: Chinese - ???? (Spicy Szechuan Braised Eggplant and Pork)
Cooking Lab: Chinese - ???? (Spicy Szechuan Braised Eggplant and Pork)
Today's lab class was Chinese cooking, and we made a very spicy braised eggplant dish with pork strips. Your average szechuan dish, that includes foods like Ma Po Tofu and Twice-fried Pork, basically contain the same ingredients: garlic, ginger, scallions, spicy bean paste, wine, sweet rice wine, sugar and soy sauce. Cooked up red, spicy and oily. What makes this Yui-Xiang (fish-aroma) style eggplant different is that originally hot peppers pickled in a fish-brine was used to impart a fishy-flavor to the dish. Because they are hard to come by in Japan, we didn't use pickled peppers, but I guess the name stuck. I made mine with extra-hearty flavoring: going heavy on the sugar and thus soy sauce as well, to balance the flavors (important). Not to brag but I believe I had the best tasting outcome of the entire section. Most of the students are afraid to stray from the ''pre-determined'' recipe amounts which were on the light and insipid side. Unfortunately, Chinese cooking is less about recipe amounts and more about actual tasting and instinct. (it pays to grow up with Chinese parents who are picky and noisy about their food).

cooking classes in ma
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