3. Ev­ery­thing’s here

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It’s Satur­day morn­ing. Chris is bak­ing with his sons, Jack and Sam.

Chris: Right, boys. Where’s the recipe gone? I thought I put it here.

Jack: Is this it, Dad?

Chris: That’s the one. Let’s have a look. “Pre­heat the oven to 200 de­grees Cel­sius.” OK, done. “Sift to­gether the flour, ic­ing su­gar and cin­na­mon, and then mix in the but­ter un­til the mix­ture re­sem­bles fine bread­crumbs.”

Sam: What does “re­sem­bles” mean? Chris: It means “looks like”. Right. Does any­one know where we keep the scales?

Jack: They’re here, Dad. Mum put

them out on the work­top ready for us.

Chris: And the sieve?

Jack: Yep, it’s here. Ev­ery­thing’s here: the rolling pin, the pas­try cut­ters and the pie tin. Do we need all these things?

Chris: Yes, I think we do. We’re all set then, aren’t we?

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