The Perfect Meal: The Multisensory Science of Food and Dining

<h1>Food & Wine: Rigorously tested recipes and trusted culinary content</h1> <p>Play as Apple or Onion and race across stores of increasing complexity to check out without running into another customers. You can wait in between the aisles for as long as you like, but if any of the customers hit you it is game over. Breakfast Time serves guests breakfast by matching each item on an order one at a time until the order is complete. Each round consists of 60-seconds and getting one item wrong leaves the customer angry. This game may frustrate rather young children but would be good for fifth to sixth graders. Select the food items ordered by your customers, drag and drop them on the customer’s speech bubble & ensure they are served quickly before walking away.</p> <p>These games can give students a small taste of what it is like to work in the kitchen. …</p>