PrimeInstruction – The Kitchen Part 1 Of 3 – Practical Vocabulary Series By Prime Instruction & Language
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[PrimeInstruction – The Kitchen Part 1 Of 3 – Practical Vocabulary Series By Prime Instruction & Language]
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Hello and welcome to another online classroom of prime instruction and language, this is the practical vocabulary series and today we are focusing on one of the most important rooms of the house, the kitchen. We will be talking about everything in the kitchen including appliances, utensils, cookware and also plates, dishes and glasses. Okay, very important. So let’s get started, lets go to my kitchen counter, this surface is a kitchen counter. I have a lot of counter space. All of this is counter space, I even have an extra table here in my kitchen which give me additional counter space. Now is this a counter, not exactly, this is a table, but it gives me more counter space. Most people prefer to have a lot of counter space. On this counter I have my coffee maker, alright, and to the right of the coffee maker is my bean grinder. I put coffee beans here in the bean grinder. And this machine grinds the coffee beans and now they are coffee grounds and then I put the coffee grounds here in a coffee filter – I put the filter in the coffee maker, and you understand the process. It makes coffee. Here in the corner I have a French Coffee Press. Source: LYBIO.net It makes a different style of coffee. I don’t use it very often. Here I have a little container of sweeteners – Sweet N Low and Equal, the general word there is Saccharin for the Sweet N Low and NutraSweet for the Equal. Those are product names. Here is a little container of sugar. Okay very good, above this particular counter is a very important counter so I am opening the door of the cabinet, for you to see my glasses. These are drinking glasses, alright, glasses. And here, you see, coffee cups, coffee cups. These are not glasses and these are not cups. If you refer to these as cups, well I understand you, but the better word is glasses, if you refer to these as glasses, well I understand that also but you need to refer to these as cups or coffee cups, sometimes you got to a cafe and they give you a plastic cup, Styrofoam cup, or a paper cup, well also those are coffee cups, alright, very good, I have more coffee cups above and here a measuring cup, and I measure liquids with my measuring cup, alright, I also measure other substances like rice and flavor and sugar, alright, measuring cup. Okay, great! so now I’m going to close the cabinet door, I’m going to close the door gently, I’m not going to slam the door, yes I will, just to show you, see I slammed the door! And most people don’t like that! To slam is to close very hard, okay, let’s continue. Let’s go to the sink. This part of the kitchen is the sink, its very important, my particular sink has two sides, alright, and two drains, these are drains, and this thing here that stops the drain is called a stopper – the stopper plugs the drain! It plugs the drain and now the water accumulates here in the sink, usually the water is hot water with soap and with this water I clean dirty dishes, or I scrub the dishes, and then I put the dishes there in the dishwasher. Okay, so yes, the water accumulates here on the left side, and then when I want the water to pass through the drain I just remove the stopper or the plug, okay, very good. And on this side is another drain, and it goes to the garbage disposal very important, the garbage disposal is a machine under the sink, there it is, it’s a little dangerous, be careful with it, and this machine breaks down organic food, and other substances and then it passes the food over to the trash, through the pipes, okay, so very important, the garbage disposal, passes the food substance to the trash. Alright, very good. This mechanism here is called the Faucet everything here is the Faucet, I take the handle of the Faucet and move it to the left, sorry to the right, for cold water and to the left for hot water, this particular part is called the spigot, when I turn on the water the water pours from the spigot, on, into the sink, alright, that function is very basic, here is a scrubber, the scrubber scrubs dishes, pots, pans, everything to remove food particles, and here is another scrubber and it has liquid soap on the inside. Source: LYBIO.net I have another bottle of liquid soap here, I use this soap here to wash dishes and to wash my hands, and this is another stopper or plug. Alright, very good, I’m continuing to the left of my counter space, and you see here various items of the kitchen, okay, we use these things all the time, that we are learning the words for these things, this is a pan, a frying pan, in here I fry food, or cook food, maybe, sautÃ© food, those are different culinary words that we will talk about in our cooking series, okay, very good, so, this is a pan, and this particular thing is a pot, ordinarily the difference between a pan and a pot – a pot is deeper, its deeper, there’s 5 inches here, this is only 2 inches. In the pot I make stews, soups, mashed potatoes, Casarolls, many different types of dishes, many types of food.
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Okay, and this here is the lid, this is the cover, it covers this pot and it also covers this pan. It is a lid or cover. This is a pitcher, P.I.T.C.H.E.R. The exact same word for the guy in baseball who throws the ball, he is a pitcher. Alright, this particular pitcher is full of water, cold water, and I usually keep this in the refrigerator, when I want cold water. This particular pitcher is special because it mixes the liquid inside. That’s not really necessary with water, but it’s very nice with juices, okay, to the left of the pitcher is a Colander – Colander or another word for this is a Strainer. Strainer or Colander, there is no real difference between these words, okay, the purpose of the strainer is to strain foods, to remove liquids and moisture from the food, alright, so I put the mashed potatoes in or regular potatoes or maybe pasta inside, fruits or vegetables, to clean them and the water passes from the bottom and the food remains or stays in the Colander or Strainer, alright, very good. Also on this counter I have a toaster, and in the toaster I put in the bread, I push the button down, and the toaster heats up the bread, or it toasts the bread, and the result is toast, the bread is then toast! Or it is toasted! Good. I have another two French Coffee Presses in the corner, I don’t use them very often, I also have a cook book or a recipe book, alright, very good, and another thing I have here is a platter, on this I serve h’orderves or snacks, to my guests, it does the function of a plate, but it’s not exactly a plate, this here is another platter, and I can serve many things on there, maybe chips, alright, this is part one continued to part two. Source: LYBIO.net
PrimeInstruction – The Kitchen Part 1 Of 3 – Practical Vocabulary Series By Prime Instruction & Language. Hello and welcome to another online classroom of prime instruction and language, this is the practical vocabulary series and today we are focusing on one of the most important rooms of the house, the kitchen. Complete Full Script, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text.