Abbreviations and equivalents review

How do you give abbreviations and equivalents of measurements?

Measurement Equivalents and Abbreviations3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon.4 tablespoons = 1/4 cup.5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon = 1/3 cup.8 tablespoons = 1/2 cup.1 cup = 1/2 pint.2 cups = 1 pint.4 cups (2 pints) = 1 quart.4 quarts = 1 gallon.More items…•

tsp. or t.

C or c – cup.

What is an abbreviation for speck?

spk. speck. lb., or # pound.

What does t mean on recipes?

TeaspoonTeaspoon = t. or tsp. Tablespoon = T. or tbsp. Cup = C. or c. Pint = pt. Quart = qt.

What is the abbreviation mL?

mlThe ml stands for milliliter. The abbreviation ml is typically pronounced M-L (saying the letters out loud) or milliliter.

What is the abbreviation of G?

AcronymDefinitionGGiga- (a prefix meaning 1 billion)GGravitational acceleration (physics)GGeneralGGroup (algebraic object in mathematics)61 more rows

What does F stand for in cooking?

Abbreviations Used in RecipesAbbreviationMeasurementfg, f.gFew grainsfl, fl.Fluidfl oz, fl. oz.Fluid ouncegalGallon65 more rows

What abbreviation means tablespoon?

abbreviation. (also tbs) (plural tbsp, tbsps) ​tablespoon.

What does TR mean in cooking?

TablespoonAbbreviations Used in RecipesAbbreviationMeasurementsq, sq.SquareSuFSugar-freeT, T., TB, TB., Tbl, Tbl., Tblsp, Tblps., tb, tb., tbl, tbl., tbsp, tbsp., tblsp, tblsp.Tablespoont, t., ts, ts. tsp, tsp.Teaspoon65 more rows

How many teaspoons are in a Tablesp?

31 U.S. tablespoon = 3 U.S. teaspoons.

What is a PKG in cooking?

package + 4. Cooking, Measurement, Restaurant.

Summary

Review abbreviations of words used in recipes, acceptable substitutions of foods in recipes, standard equivalents of measurements and correct terminology of cooking terms through the use of written assignments using handouts and cookbooks as resources.

Materials

You will need copies of the handouts that you are going to use for this lesson. Attached are handouts and assignment sheets for ideas or resources. You can adapt them in crossword puzzles, etc. Cookbooks for reference in locating and finding the answers for the Emergency Substitutions in recipes.

Background for Teachers

Be familiar with common Abbreviations, Equivalents, Oven Temperatures, Substitutions, Tests for Doneness, Cooking Terms as used in reading and following recipes.

Student Prior Knowledge

Awareness of common abbreviations, equivalents, substitutions, cooking terms, oven temperatures, and tests for doneness in reading and following a recipe.

Intended Learning Outcomes

The students will be able to identify from reading and preparing recipes or written assignments the common abbreviations, food preparation and measurement terminology, equivalents, and substitutions used in recipes.

Instructional Procedures

The student is handed out several papers to complete during the class period and corrected at the end of class. Students can work together or by themselves.