字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Vanessa: Hi, I'm Vanessa from SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com. Do you like chocolate chip cookies? I hope so. Let's talk about it. Today, I'd like to invite you to join me on a special baking adventure. My three-year-old son Theo and I are going to be baking chocolate chip cookies, mixing the ingredients, putting them in the oven, eating them, dunking them in milk. It will be a long journey. I hope you will enjoy it. But along the way, I'm going to be using a lot of phrasal verbs for daily conversation that we often use for baking, cooking, eating, and drinking. So you can use these phrasal verbs in the kitchen, but also in a lot of other situations. I hope that this natural setting will be a great way for you to remember the phrasal verbs and also be able to use them yourself. So make sure you check out all the phrasal verbs that I put up here on the screen and enjoy this wonderful baking time. All right, we're going to make chocolate chip cookies. Do you remember the first thing we got to do? Theo: What? Vanessa: We got to suit up. You got to put your apron on. Can I help you? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: All right. All right. Turn around. I'm going to tie it on. There we go. Make sure you don't trip on it. What about me? Should I wear mine too? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Okay. All right. The first thing we got to do is check out our recipe. What kind of things do you think we need on here? Can you tell me what it says? Theo: We need these, these, these Vanessa: Yeah? We need flour. We need cornstarch. I forgot to get that. I'll have to get it off the shelf. We need baking powder, baking soda, salt, butter, eggs, brown sugar, regular sugar, vanilla, and chocolate chips. Theo: Whoa. Vanessa: That's a lot of stuff. Isn't it? Now I already got out the butter. We had to soften it up first, and I got out all of the ingredients, except I forgot to get the corn starch. Do you know where it is? Theo: Where? Vanessa: I'm going to have to take it off the shelf. All right. Before we do anything, we got to look at the first step. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Theo: The parchment paper. Vanessa: Where's the parchment paper? Theo: Down here. Vanessa: All right. Well, why don't you get that out while I heat up the oven? Theo: This one? Vanessa: Yes, that's right. Can you bring it up to the counter? Theo: Is it this big? This big? Vanessa: Why don't we try to measure it out? Can you set it up here please? Theo: In these? Vanessa: That's right. All right. Climb on up. Let's measure it out. Is that a good length? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: All right. I got to tear it off. Okay. Theo: That's a really good length. Vanessa: That's good. All right. We're going to set that aside. Theo: Then we're going to open the thing? Vanessa: Now, we got to see what the next step is. Sift together the flour, cornstarch, baking powder, baking soda and salt. All right. We're going to put that in here. The first thing is the flour. That's a nice loud sound. Isn't it? It says we need three cups. Wow. These are going to be a lot of cookies. Yep. Scoop it up. And you know we got to do? Level it off. Okay. Dump it in. Good. You want to pat it a little bit to make sure that you've got it all out. Great work. Okay. Scoop it out. Remember what the next thing is? Level it off. That's right. How's that feel? Theo: Good. Vanessa: Okay. Make another scoop. Theo: We got to do- Vanessa: Make sure it's all full otherwise it's not going to make good cookies. There you go. Okay. Level it off. An important part about leveling it off is that you don't want to pat it down. You just want to push it. There you go. Otherwise, you might get too much flour. Okay. Dump it in. Okay. The next thing we need is the corn starch. How much corn starch do we need? Two tablespoons. All right. Can you scoop this one? Oh, we got lots of that. Let's put a little extra bonus flour. All right. This is very important that we don't take too much. Do you remember what to do? Scoop it and then try to level it off in there. Theo: Like the flour? Vanessa: That's right. Okay. Dump it in. That's one. This is going to help make them extra fluffy. All right. Level it off. There you go. Theo: I leveled off when I scoop it. Vanessa: That's right. Okay. Let's see what the next thing says. Baking powder. We need one and a half teaspoons. All right. This is one teaspoon, and we're going to do baking powder first. Now, do you know what this one has? It has a little piece of metal here to help you level it off. Why don't you get a good scoop, then I'll show you how it works. Almost. Let's get a bigger scoop so that it's all full. There you go. Theo: I think we almost taked all of it. Vanessa: You did it. Yeah. You're right. There's not much left. All right. Now, we need a half scoop. Theo: Of this? Vanessa: Yeah. How can we get just a half? Let's try to drop half of it back. Theo: There. Vanessa: That's good. All right. Level it off. How is that? Theo: Good. Vanessa: Okay. Now we have baking soda. We're going to only get half a teaspoon. Can you do a half of one of those again? Theo: Use this? Vanessa: Yeah, the small ones, but this time... Oh, it doesn't fit in there. You know what we can do? We have another one that's thin. So why don't you stick it in, scoop and then you can level it off, but we only need half. Oh, that's great. Great. Good work. Theo: I'm flattening... Vanessa: All right. Now we need a little salt. Theo: I'm flattening it out with this. Vanessa: We're going to do this the scientific way and just do a couple twists. You want to help me twist it? Squeeze and turn really hard. There you go. One more time. There we go. Don't want them to be too salty, huh? All right. Now I have an important job for you. I need you to mix it up. Stir it very gently and put your hands here to hold it steady. There you go. Mix, mix, mix. Theo: When are we going to do the chocolate chips? Is that the last thing? Vanessa: Yep. The chocolate chips are the last thing. All right. I'm going to clean off some of this. Theo: Now we need this. Vanessa: Bonus. Okay. Next, we're going to set this aside. Theo: And then we're going to do this bowl? Vanessa: Yeah. Do you know what goes in this bowl? Theo: What? Vanessa: The wet ingredients. You know what was in that bowl? Theo: Dry. Vanessa: That's right. The dry ingredients. So it says in a separate bowl- Theo: We can put the eggs in here? Vanessa: Yeah. Do you want to help me crack them? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: All right. Theo: I'm going to get this one. Vanessa: But first we have to do the butter first. Can you feel this butter? Does it feel hard? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: It's a little hard. We need to squish it in our hands. You think you can do that? Because it said it needed to soften up a little bit, but I don't think I let it soften up enough. So let's do this. Oh yes. Squeeze it. Theo: To make it melt. Vanessa: That's right. To make it melt a little bit so that it's not too hard. All right. That's probably good. It's just going to be really hard to mix it. This is a lot of butter. Good for fattening you up. Theo: Wow. Vanessa: Wow. Theo: Let me take it [inaudible 00:08:16]. Vanessa: All right. You want to take it out? Can you take off the wrapper? Hold the wrapper and shake it in. Flop it in. There you go. Theo: Next. The eggs. Vanessa: Next, we have sugar. There's two different types of sugar. We have brown sugar, which is just regular sugar with a little bit of molasses in it. Yum. And the sugar. Which one should we do first? Theo: That. Vanessa: The brown one? Okay. Let's see. It says one third cup. Can you give me that big cup over there? Theo: This one? Vanessa: The big white one. Theo: This one? Vanessa: No. Theo: This one? Vanessa: That's right. Theo: Can I do that? Vanessa: All right. I'm going to dump it in there, and what I want you to do is to pack it down. Theo: No, you pat it down. I'm going to dump it in. Vanessa: You want to dump it in while I hold this? Theo: No, I'm going to hold it. Vanessa: You're going to hold it? Okay. Theo: And I'm going to dump it in too. Vanessa: Really? Here, why don't you help me with it? There we go. Whoa. Okay. Now what I want you to do is use your fingers and pack it down. That's the thing about brown sugar. When it says three fourths of a cup, it always means packed down really hard. Push it really hard. This is different than the flour. That's a good amount. All right. Let's try to wipe it off your fingers. Theo: Dump it on the butter. Vanessa: Dump it on the butter. That's right. Hold on tight to this. I'm going to pour it in. Are you ready? You got a little bit of stuff on your face. Ready? Okay. Dump it in. Theo: And then... Vanessa: This one we don't need to pack down. You can just dump it in. Theo: And the sugar? Vanessa: That's right. Theo: And the other sugar? Vanessa: Yep. I'm going to put this butter in here. We're not professional chefs. It's okay. I'm going to throw it in the microwave for a couple of seconds and then it will be nice and soft for us. Theo: We're good chefs. Vanessa: We're what? Theo: We're good chefs. Vanessa: We're good chefs. Wow. All right. Now our butter is a little bit soft. Maybe a little too soft. So they might not be super fluffy cookies, but it's still going to be a little bit easier. Theo: Is it going to be really good still? Vanessa: It is going to be really good still. And when you're baking together, sometimes you just have to make concessions. All right. I'm going to pour this in and it can be your job to mix them together. You think you can do it? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Okay. Theo: Maybe we should make banana cookies with it in it. Vanessa: Banana cookies. How do you make banana cookies? Theo: You put bananas in it. Vanessa: Well, of course. That makes sense. I'm going to scrape out the last little bits of butter. And now can you use that spatula or the fork to mix it up? Theo: I'm going to do this. Now- Vanessa: We're going to still mix that in. Theo: Will you mix it a little bit? Vanessa: You want me to mix it a little bit? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Okay. Do you want to put a hand on mine while I do it? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Okay. We'll do it really fast. How is that? Theo: Good. Vanessa: Do you know what that is? Theo: What? Vanessa: The oven is ready. It's heated up enough, but we have to finish making our cookie batter first. All right. The next thing is we got to put in our eggs. Crack the eggs. Can you help me with it? All right. You want to put your hand on mine? Three, two, one. Break. Whoa. That was a pretty big crack. Wasn't it? Theo: I'll get the other egg. Vanessa: Here. All right. Thank you. We're going to do a big crack this time. Whoa. Watch out. I got to do it first. Ready? Three, two, one. Oh, you did it. Wow. That was a kind of good crack. All right. Theo: Can I mix? Vanessa: There's one other thing we have to add and that's some vanilla. I never- Theo: Quick, quick, quick. Vanessa: I never measure out vanilla. I always just eyeball it. Theo: When are we ready? Vanessa: Well, it's going to be ready in just a moment because remember that other bowl with the dry ingredients? We got to mix them together. Now I'm going to scrape down the sides. Everything looks mixed together really well. Blend until smooth and fluffy. Does it look smooth and fluffy to you? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Good. Okay. The next thing is to add the flour mixture to the butter mixture. You think you can help with that? Theo: Oh, I'll dump it right by myself! Vanessa: See, it says a little at a time. You think you can dump a little bit at a time? Theo: I dump it. Vanessa: Okay. Well, the recipe says a little at a time. That will probably help it to not be too hard. Okay. Let's mix this in and then we'll do it again. Thank you. Okay. You want to do it? Theo: No, you do it. Vanessa: You want me to do it? Theo: My job is to scrape the batter off with the fork. Vanessa: Okay. You can do it when I have it on the spatula. All right. Theo: We're good chefs. Vanessa: We are good chefs. Thank you for scraping that off. Ready, mix. Theo: Really fast. Vanessa: Well, I want to make sure that the flour is incorporated before I go too fast. So it doesn't fly away into the air. Theo: Fly away to North Carolina. Vanessa: Yeah. I mean, we are in North Carolina, but I know what you mean. All right. Let's pour in the rest. Do you want to dump the rest in? Good work. We bought two different kinds of chocolate chips. So which one do you think we should use? Theo: First, we're going to make two of them. We're going to put two the of the kinds of chocolate chips in. Vanessa: Oh, okay. Two different types of chocolate chips in? Oh, that's one way to open it. Let's see how many it says to put in. Two cups. That's so many. What if we do one cup of this kind and one cup of that kind? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Okay. Can you put them in this cup first so we can measure it? Theo: First one I scoop it out. Vanessa: Okay. That's the exciting part. You want to gobble up a couple? Theo: This many. Vanessa: Whoa. Okay. That's going to be your secret stash. Okay. Theo: And yellow bag, this one too. Vanessa: Okay. Theo: A little bit of each. Vanessa: You can eat a little bit of each. All right. Let's try to measure out one cup of that. I'll eat a couple too. Let's pour them in. Theo: A little bit. Those are better. Vanessa: Those are better? Which one do you think is best? These ones or those ones? Theo: Those ones. Vanessa: Those ones? They're both chocolate. Theo: Now I have to get another one. Vanessa: Oh, because I took some from your pile. That's fair. Theo: Now I need some water. Vanessa: I agree. That was really a lot. The recipe says that we can't just mix the chocolate chips in here. We have to fold them in. Do you know what that means? Theo: What? Vanessa: Is it like folding your clothes? We got to fold this like our clothes? Theo: No. Vanessa: No, you're right. We're not going to fold it like clothes, but we have to do it gently. That's the idea. We have to mix it gently kind of like you fold your clothes gently. I'm going to fold this, scraping the outside, and carefully, tenderly our precious little chocolate chips. Are you okay in there? Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Isn't that what they said? They said yes. Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Vanessa: Wow. I didn't even know they could talk. What else do chocolate chips say? Theo: Eat the chocolate chips that are right here. Vanessa: Oh, they're telling us to eat more? Oh my goodness. That's a silly chocolate chip. All right. Now that we've added in all the ingredients, next we got to use our tray. We need to line them up on the tray Theo: And what's that? Vanessa: And what? Theo: And with that? Vanessa: Oh, they scoop them out with that. You know what, I was just thinking we could use this. Theo: No. Vanessa: Because this will make gigantic cookies that might not cook very well. They might be kind of raw on the inside. So it's good to use one little spoon. Theo: No, do this one. Vanessa: That giant... This one? Theo: No, this one. Vanessa: That one. Okay. That's a great idea. Why don't I put this a little bit closer so you can get it over there. Theo: Wow. Look at how big mine's gonna be! Vanessa: Oh no. It says to keep them two inches apart because these are going to kind of fluff up. Theo: I'm going to make that big one. Vanessa: That's going to be yours. Theo: I am making lots of big ones. Vanessa: Are you going to eat that one too? I bet. Theo: Wow. Vanessa: Wow. That might be a little big bud. Theo: No. Vanessa: Let's tone it down just a bit. Theo: Just smash it down with my thing. Vanessa: Well, I was thinking you could break off a little piece. Theo: No, smash. Vanessa: Just smash it down. Well, let's see what happens. Usually the first batch is kind of an experiment anyway. All right. Theo: I'm going to watch.