Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-quoting Butcher in T Fun Activities

Bill Buford
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Parts of a Cow

One of the most important aspects of learning about cooking is to learn the parts of a cow and what cuts they make, including the amount of money gained for each cut. Students should divide the parts of the cow and be able to label each cut and the amount.

Author 411

Students should research information on the author of "Heat", Bill Buford, and find information about his upbringing, education, career, and family life. Students should share the information with the class.

Works of Bill Buford

Bill Buford wrote for "The New Yorker" and was the editor for "Granta" and wrote articles like "Extreme Chocolate: The Quest for the Perfect Bean." Students should read articles or other works composed by Bill Buford and find the similarities and differences among them.

Make Your Own Menu

Students should pretend that they are starting...

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