WHAT´S COOKING? (B1+)

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AS YOU KNOW COOKING IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE HOBBIES, THAT´S WHY I´M HOOKED ON THIS PROGRAMME AT THE MOMENT.BUT WHAT´S ALL ABOUT?

BY THE WAY, DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE IDIOM “WHAT´S COOKING?” WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

AND NOW LET´S GET DOWN TO WORK…..

Write a recipe of your favourite dish or the dish you cook the best. List the ingredients, and make a small paragraph explaining all the steps to prepare the dish.

 
Be careful! Think that you are writing for an audience that can’t cook so you must explain everything in detail.
 
After writing the recipe (about 80 – 100 words), go into the kitchen and cook it!!!!! 
 
Record yourself while you are cooking and explain what you are doing, as on a TV cookery show.
 
When you feel ready, upload the video to Youtube and let me know its URL. Write it here, on the Comments textbox.
 
I will publish all your recipes on our classroom blog.
 
And remember: Enjoy!!!!
recipes
(ORIGINAL IDEA FROM THE FANTASTIC BLOG “STOP AND LEARN ENGLISH”
 
THIS IS AN EXAMPLE FROM THAT BLOG:
 
 
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