In this food and nutrition course, students will use a variety of sources and activities to discover how food affects the way their body works, including cooking meals, researching individual nutrition needs, tracking eating habits, and planning meals based on scientific guidelines. In this hands-on course, students will also learn about different careers related to food and nutrition through interviews with various professionals in the field. This is the second course in a two-part Food and Nutrition series (FOODS 041 and FOODS 043).
Students must have access to a kitchen with food preparation items (measuring tools, cutting tools, cooking/baking pans, etc.) and a regular or digital camera.
Prerequisite: 
Food and Nutrition, Part 1 (FOODS 041) or equivalent.
Course Outline: 
1. Kitchen Management
2. Safety and Sanitation
3. Responsible Consumer Behavior
4. Nutritional Needs and Health Concerns
5. Meal Planning for the Family
6. Food Preparation Techniques for Meals
7. Meal Service