Rules for the Kitchen
1. Always ask an adult if you can use the kitchen.
Keep them around to get stuff for you too. They can be good assistants.
2. Wear an apron to keep your clothes clean.
Wear clothes underneath your apron!
3. Wash your hands with soap and water before starting your preparations. Wash hands as needed like after touching the trash can or picking items up from the floor. Wash your hands after picking your or someone else’s nose. Wash your hands when you’re done in the kitchen. After feeding the dog things that you made for them. Wash your hands a lot.
4. Re-read the recipe several times. Re-read the recipe several times. Re-read the recipe several times. Re-read the recipe several times.
5. Make sure you have all the ingredients you need before you start. Put them out on the counter. Beware of lurking kitchen trolls
6. Put all equipment, such as pans, measuring cups and measuring spoons out on the counter. I’m serious about the troll thing.
7. Follow the recipe exactly. Improvise as needed, that’s what makes it special.
8. Always clean up when you are finished. Trolls, that’s all I’m saying.
9. Do not cook your little brother. (They usually taste sour.)
10 Cook what tastes good. There’s plenty of time to cook things that taste lousy when you go to college.