6. Dessert (di-ZERT)
+is a typically sweet food served as
the final course of a meal.
+The word was first recorded in 1600
and it derives from a French word
meaning "to clear the table
7. + Preparation of dessert requires knowledge
and skills in preparing different recipes.
+ Therefore you need to distinguish the
importance of dessert for every meal.
Dessert is not only delicious, but it can
help expand your overall health and
8. +Researchers from Tel Aviv
University report that eating
dessert with breakfast, such as
cookies or a slice of cake, can aid
with weight loss and help sustain a
10. +The French term Mise en Place
(meez ahn plahs)
+literally means “to put in place”
or “everything in its place.”
11. The concept of mise en place is
+One should have at hand
everything he or she needs to
prepare and serve food in an
organized and efficient manner.
12. + The goal of pre-preparation is to do as
much work in advance as possible without
loss of quality.
+ Then, at service time, all energy can be
used for finishing each item immediately
before serving, with the utmost attention to
quality and freshness.