[visionrehabtherapist] Re: Making Pancakes

Hello Renee:

Thank you so much for the suggestions.  I had read somewhere about using a 
squeeze bottle to control the amount of batter, we actually tried that today.  
I thought it went really well.  We also tried another technique with a ladle 
which my client preferred over the squeeze bottle.  All in all it was a very 
successful lesson.  She was so proud of her accomplishment and I of her. 

Thanks again for your support.

All the best,
Lachelle

Lachelle E. Smith, M.S., CVRT
Coordinator of the Vision Rehabilitation Therapist Program
Salus University
College of Education and Rehabilitation
8360 Old York Road
Elkins Park, PA 19027-1598
(215) 780-1448 (office)
(215) 780-1357 (fax)
Lasmith@xxxxxxxxx


>>> Renee Fortin <benay410@xxxxxxxxxxx> 10/28/10 11:33 AM >>>

Sue Ponchillia always told me that if they made a thud sound when you picked up 
a corner and dropped it then they were ready to be turned over. If they made a 
wet sound, they were not ready.

You can put the pancake batter in a washed out squeeze bottle, like a ketchup 
bottle, to make them easier to get in the pan or on the griddle.

Renee Man
CVRT/COMS

> From: Lori@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: lasmith@xxxxxxxxx
> CC: visionrehabtherapist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Re: Making Pancakes
> Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 11:07:10 -0400
> 
> Practice the skill of determining whether they are ready to turn or not by 
> sound and  feel through the spatula with only one in the pan. If they have a 
> heavy wet fwop sound they are not ready to be flipped. Using the spatula 
> just get under the edge of the pancake and lift a little and let it drop. 
> Some folks like the double sided spatulas for certain tasks. You can lightly 
> touch the topside of pancake to confirm that it has been flipped and it will 
> have a drier not sticky feel and sound.
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Lachelle Smith" <lasmith@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <visionrehabtherapist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 11:01 AM
> Subject: [visionrehabtherapist] Making Pancakes
> 
> 
> Hello Everyone:
> 
> I hope this note finds all of you well.  I am in the process of teaching a 
> client food preparation skills and she has requested instruction on 
> preparing pancakes.  Does anyone have any tips for turning the pancake 
> successfully without making a mess?  Any assistance one could provide would 
> be most appreciated.
> 
> All the best,
> Lachelle
> 
> Lachelle E. Smith, M.S., CVRT
> Coordinator of the Vision Rehabilitation Therapist Program
> Salus University
> College of Education and Rehabilitation
> 8360 Old York Road
> Elkins Park, PA 19027-1598
> (215) 780-1448 (office)
> (215) 780-1357 (fax)
> Lasmith@xxxxxxxxx
> 
> 
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