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  • Hi, Bob the Canadian here.

  • Do you know what this is?

  • Do you what we call this in English?

  • Well in this video, I'm going to bake some cookies

  • in my kitchen and while I'm doing that,

  • I'm going to teach you some English words and phrases

  • that you can use when you are in a kitchen.

  • (mixer grinds)

  • Whoa! (laughs)

  • (gentle upbeat music)

  • Well hey, welcome to this video

  • where I'm going to help you

  • learn some English words and phrases

  • that you can use when you are talking about a kitchen.

  • We are out of cookies.

  • We have no more store bought cookies.

  • Those are cookies that you buy from the store.

  • And we have no more homemade cookies.

  • Those are cookies that you make at home.

  • So today in this video,

  • I am going to bake some cookies from scratch.

  • That means I am going to use all of the ingredients

  • that I need to make cookies at home.

  • But before we get started, though,

  • if you're new here, don't forget to click

  • that red subscribe button over there

  • and give me a thumbs up if this video is helping you learn

  • just a little bit more English.

  • So it's important whenever you are making something

  • in the kitchen that you wash your hands before you start.

  • So I am using the water from this faucet

  • to wash my hands and I'm using this hand soap

  • and I'm going to use this cloth to dry off my hands.

  • Notice this cloth has a nice

  • Bob the Canadian blue plaid pattern on it.

  • So in order to make cookies,

  • I'm going to need some kind of instructions.

  • In English, we call this a recipe.

  • A recipe is something that you find in a cookbook,

  • like this book right here,

  • and it gives you all of the ingredients,

  • the things that you need to make what you want to make,

  • as well detailed instructions on how to make it.

  • So when I read my recipe, it tells me what ingredients

  • I need in order to make cookies.

  • So I have all my ingredients right here ready to go.

  • They were originally up here in the cupboard,

  • but I've put them all out here on the counter,

  • or countertop, and I think I'm ready to get started.

  • Of course you might be wondering

  • what these things are called.

  • We would call these measuring cups.

  • These are plastic measuring cups.

  • We also have glass measuring cups

  • which allow you to measure

  • how much of each ingredient you need.

  • We also have measuring spoons.

  • So when you need to measure out smaller amounts

  • of different ingredients, you can use measuring spoons.

  • And you might be wondering what ingredients

  • I'm using in this recipe.

  • Well I'm using flour, oatmeal,

  • brown sugar, white sugar,

  • an egg, baking powder and baking soda,

  • vanilla extract, and of course, chocolate chips.

  • I should sample some of these

  • to make sure they're good.

  • Mm, they're good.

  • So an interesting thing about Canada

  • is that we have an American system of measurement

  • on one side of our measuring cups

  • and a metric system of measurement on the other side.

  • And there are a few other things I need

  • in order to bake cookies.

  • I need a few utensils.

  • So I have a fork and a couple of spoons.

  • You'll see what these are for later.

  • And I also have the baking sheet right here.

  • This is called a baking sheet or a cookie sheet.

  • This is what I will actually bake the cookies on

  • once I have mixed all the ingredients together.

  • We'll also need a few small appliances to bake our cookies.

  • I've already used the microwave

  • to melt the butter a little bit.

  • We won't be using the toaster.

  • And we won't need the coffee maker.

  • But I will be using this mixer

  • when I put all the ingredients together

  • and I need to mix them.

  • We also have large appliances in the kitchen.

  • I won't be needing the stove to make cookies,

  • but I will be needing the oven.

  • In fact, I should probably preheat the oven

  • to the right temperature.

  • I'll do that right now.

  • So I'm setting it to 375.

  • When this little red light goes off,

  • we'll know that the oven is at the right temperature.

  • I think we're ready to make the cookies.

  • I am going to follow all the instructions in the recipe

  • and put the ingredients into this mixing bowl

  • so that we will have cookie dough.

  • After I have mixed everything together carefully

  • I will put the dough on the cookie sheet

  • and we will bake the cookies in the oven.

  • Let's get started.

  • (gentle upbeat music)

  • (mixer buzzes)

  • (mixer buzzers)

  • It's going good so far, I think.

  • (chips rattle)

  • This is really hard to stir.

  • I hope I made it right.

  • If it falls out, you just eat it, right,

  • if it's a chocolate chip.

  • Well there you have it, cookie dough.

  • Next I'm going to use this spoon

  • to put the cookie dough onto this cookie sheet,

  • or baking sheet, and then I'm going to

  • put the cookies in the oven so that they can bake.

  • I'm not very good at making cookies, by the way.

  • There we go.

  • So now I'm going to put the cookies in the oven

  • so that they can bake.

  • I am also going to set the timer.

  • The recipe said to set the timer for 10 to 12 minutes

  • so I'm going to set it for 10 minutes

  • and now we're going to wait.

  • This is the hardest part of making cookies

  • is the waiting, the waiting is definitely the hardest part.

  • I love the smell of cookies

  • when they are baking in the oven.

  • In fact, it just makes me want to eat more of them

  • and I'm going to try and limit myself to just two.

  • By the way, did I tell you we were making

  • oatmeal chocolate chip cookies?

  • I'm not sure if I mentioned that earlier in the video.

  • That's definitely what's baking in the oven right now

  • and I can't wait to have one or two, but not three.

  • Maybe three, we'll see.

  • In about four seconds the timer is going to go off.

  • (timer beeps) There it goes.

  • When the timer goes off, I am going to turn the timer off

  • and then I am going to take the cookies out of the oven.

  • (pan rattles)

  • Don't they look really yummy?

  • I'm going to just put them here

  • on the stove top to cool off for a bit.

  • You'll notice I'm wearing an oven mitt

  • because I certainly don't want to burn my hand

  • when I take the hot cookies out of the oven.

  • In order to allow the cookies to cool off,

  • I'm going to put them on this cooling rack.

  • That will just let the cookies slowly cool off

  • and then they will be ready to eat sooner.

  • So there you go, an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie.

  • I think the last thing to do,

  • besides the dishes, of course,

  • is to eat the cookie, or to try the cookie.

  • Let's see how this tastes.

  • Ow, it's really hot, mm.

  • But it's really yummy.

  • I'm sorry to eat on camera (chuckles).

  • Well I hope this English lesson helped you learn

  • just a few more English words and phrases

  • that you can use when you are in a kitchen.

  • I am going to finish this video by doing the dishes,

  • or washing the dishes.

  • I'm Bob the Canadian and you are learning English with me.

  • Thank you so much for watching.

  • If you're new here, don't forget

  • to click that red subscribe button over there

  • and give me a thumbs up if this video

  • helped you learn just a little bit more English.

  • And if you have time and you wanna learn more English,

  • why don't you stick around and watch another video?

  • (gentle upbeat music)

Hi, Bob the Canadian here.

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キッチンで一緒にクッキーを焼きながら英語を学ぼう (Learn English While Baking Cookies with Me in the Kitchen!)

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    Summer に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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