There are a lot of ways to use this kind of chart:
* Have students fill the chart out themselves or in groups.
* Do a class-wide brainstorm with students shouting out answers.
* Put the chart up on the board and have students take turns putting up words.
* Cut up the suggested answers into cards and have students figure
out where each card goes. This could be done in groups or putting the chart up on the board.
* Name a dish and have students try to come up with three adjectives for it, one matching each column.
* For lower level students, this makes a nice note-taking device while you present and teach adjectives.
To cover the same vocabulary but in a cloze activity, check out my Food Adjective Cloze Worksheet.
I use both of them as part of my longer Food lesson plan (which I usually pull out around Thanksgiving).