Baking Cookies

Gap-fill Exercise

Fill in all the missing words below. Then, press "Check Answers" to grade your responses. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get more hints, but you lose points if you ask for help.

This gap-fill exercise is only for the first part of the original listening activity on Randall's site. The audio recording that you hear is for the full listening conversation.

Chef Randall: Well, hello everyone, and welcome to today's . And joining me today is my daughter, Ashley, who has had to endure my experiments over the years.
Are we ready, Ashley? [Ready to eat.] No, let's wait for a few minutes. We'll get to that. But as you know, my faithful listeners, I starting cooking and almost 30 years ago when my grandmother taught me in her humble kitchen. In fact, she taught almost me everything I know, and I've never attended cooking [You should have . . .] Wait, wait, wait . . . I know my daughter's going to mention to you faithful listeners that recently as I was helping the kids prepare for our kitchen for meal, I forgot to take the chicken out of the , burned the bird to a crisp, and we ended up ordering for dinner.
Kids: We had to use the fire extinguisher.
Chef Randall: But that's another story. So, anyway, today I'd like to with you our favorite . . . at least my favorite . . . chocolate cookie recipe. Now, before you switch the TV channel, I know what you are thinking. "Another fattening cookie recipe." But wait. What makes this recipe is that it offers a wonderful low-fat, low-calorie, low-cholesterol for the entire family.
Kids: We still like the fat though.

[ The conversation continues . . . ]