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posted Apr 6, 2012, 5:32 PM by Steve Qian

I finished the Feasibility Study, and used Mr Woo's advice to finish up my project register. I also quickly put together a poster, and finished my video.
Sorry this wasn't posted earlier, I was sick on the day I planned to update it (2nd March), and was sick until today, when I suddenly remembered I had to finish my register.
Special thanks to Pok for helping me with my project when needed.

My poor Gantt chart...

posted Mar 26, 2012, 2:33 AM by Steve Qian

I told myself that I'd stick to the Gantt least I tried.

I've finished the requirement report and started the feasibility study.

Finishing off the requirement report: We can collect relevant data and information by a variety of sources, namely asking other people, or researching in libraries for cookbooks or going online.

A solutions to my goals (making a cookbook, teaching all the members the basics of cooking, finding existing recipes or making new ones and then making the recipes) are:
-> Watching cooking shows for ideas of recipes, then refining them (canteen doesn't have a TV though, we would have to run down to somewhere else in the school)
-> Inviting other people (parents, people from the neighborhood that cook, etc.) to our meetings. (how often would we be able to get a visitor though?)
-> Researching in libraries or getting stuff off the Internet

The third one is the best, because it is quite convenient - all we need to do is find a recipe on the Internet to print and then refine, or we can dictate steps from a cooking book.

Progress on the project continues (slowly)

posted Mar 14, 2012, 2:00 AM by Steve Qian

Some problems will have to be addressed:

The canteen ladies need the cooking equipment, so on the days we aren't helping them cook, the meetings will have to be held after school. This means the time of all the meetings isn't fixed and the meetings will be randomly held before school, in school and after school.

Cost will also be a problem, because we will have to provide the ingredients to be able to cook, unless we tell everyone to "get the ingredients yourself!". Unfortunately, if people were to provide their own ingredients every week it would be quite expensive.

I'll stop there, because the list of problems is depressing me.


I did something

posted Mar 8, 2012, 4:07 PM by Steve Qian   [ updated Mar 12, 2012, 3:15 PM ]

Today, I did the title page, and wrote some stuff on the Requirement Report.
My cooking club will now be called "Recipe Chefs", because we're making recipes. Get it? No?
New Developments
 Instead of only meeting after school, sometimes we will have meetings during before school, recess or lunch. The time is a problem here, but that will be figured out later. I decided we can help the canteen by adding more recipes and inproving the quality of the food so that the school's budget could increase.


posted Mar 1, 2012, 4:07 PM by Steve Qian   [ updated Mar 12, 2012, 3:12 PM ]

My first two ideas:
Cooking Club for new recipes - The point of this club is to make new recipes. We will meet at the canteen, where all the cooking equipment is. The only downside to this is that we can only meet up in the afternoon, because canteen ladies will have to be cooking for luch.
Technology - Computer to search up recipes, all the cooking equipment.
Processes - Collecting information about the recipes
More will be added later when I'm bothered to think up more.
Invention Club - We make stuff and brainstorm ideas that will help the world!

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