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Vocabulary terms

Ingredients: Any of the foods or substances that are combined to make a
particular dish.
Quantity: The amount or number of a material or abstract thing not usually
estimated by spatial measurement.
Utensils: A tool, container, or other article, especially for household use.
Gnocchi: Small dumplings made from potato, semolina, or flour, usually served
with a sauce.
Butternut Pumpkin: Butternut squash, also known in Australia and New
Zealand as butternut pumpkin, is a type of winter squash.
Preheat: Heat (something, especially an oven or grill) beforehand.
Boil: At which something usually liquid reaches the temperature at which it
bubbles and turns to vapour.
Baking Paper: Parchment paper and bakery release paper are cellulose-based
papers that are used in baking as a disposable non-stick surface. Both are also
called bakery paper or baking paper.
Dice: cut (food or other matter) into small cubes.
Pot: A rounded or cylindrical container, typically of metal, used for cooking.
Crush: deform, pulverize, or force inwards by compressing forcefully.
Fry: Cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan.
Drain: Cause the water or other liquid in (something) to run out, leaving it
empty or dry.
Colander: A perforated bowl used to strain off liquid from food after washing
or cooking.

Simmer: (of water or food that is being heated) stay just below boiling point
while bubbling gently.

Garnish: Decorate or embellish (something, especially food).
Clove of garlic: 1 piece or section of the garlic bulb.
Digital: Involving or relating to the use of computer technology.
Aesthetical: Concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good
Success: The accomplishment of an aim or purpose.
Cooking: The practice or skill of preparing food by combining, mixing, and
heating ingredients.
Community: A group of people living in the same place or having a particular
characteristic in common.
Recipe: A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of
the ingredients required.
Evaluation: The making of a judgement about the amount, number, or value of
something; assessment.
Method: A particular procedure for accomplishing or approaching something,
especially a systematic or established one.
Experiment: Perform a scientific procedure, especially in a laboratory, to
determine something.
Idea: A thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action.
Ethical: Relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge dealing with
Serving size: Serving size is the amount of a food or drink that is generally