Accessible Cooking

Cooking.
Some ideas for including people in cooking:

www.symbolworld.org/eLive/index.htm - Simple pictorial recipes.


http://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com/2009/07/visual-recipes.html - More pictorial recipes.

www.sclera.be/index.php?page=pictos&sort=cat&cat=14 - Kitchen Symbols.

usa.stockfood.com/ - Food photos.

Talking Tins: Record a spoken message, e.g. "Coffee Jar", then attach to it. Press a button to make it talk. Adapt for accessibility switches here.

Switch Activated Pouring Cup: Great way to pour liquids into a mixing bowl, or to pour out drinks and smoothies.

Click-on: For switch control of basic twist timer microwaves, can openers, food-mixers and more.

Mug Stirrer
 Battery Operated Auto-Stir Coffee Mug. Cup that can stir it's own contents on the press of a button.

Flour Sifter: Sift flour on the press of a button.

Food Hygiene: "Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities" blog links.

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2 Responses to 'Accessible Cooking'

  1. # Anonymous Nancy Harris

    WOW! thanks for sharing these useful links. I loved the usa.stockfood.com's Food photos, absolutely delicious.  

  2. # Blogger OneSwitch.org.uk

    Some more excellent pictorial recipes here:

    http://www.yourspecialchef.com/ysc_production/_design/app/_show/recipe/grilled_cheese  

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