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What is removed in the "fileting" process?
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What is the main ingredient used to "cure" many meats?
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What's the common sauce used on "Eggs Benedict"?
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What is the main ingredient in "meringue"?
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What does it mean to "blanch" a vegetable?
Cook in boiling water for a brief moment then plunged into ice cold water
To cook in heavy cream for one minute.
To chopped finely for sauces
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What is "roux"?
Flour and fat
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"Rigatoni" is a type of:
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What does "poaching" do?
To cook very gently in hot liquid kept just below the boiling point.
To cut or chop food into extremely small pieces.
To preserve meats, vegetables, and fruits in brine.
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Which of the following terms is used to describe pasta as firm?
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What does "EVOO" stand for?
Every vegetable oven only
Every vegan olive oil
Extra virgin olive oil
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What are you doing when you "clarify" something?
Editing a recipe
Separating and removing solids from a liquid
Beating egg whites
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The 5 basic tastes detected by humans are saltiness, sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and....
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Which of the following is a type of pan?
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Why would you use a "roux" in a dish?
To thin out a sauce or soup
To add flavor
To thicken the sauce or soup
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A "ganache" is made of _______
water and sugar
chocolate and cream
flour, sugar and butter
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At what temperature is "gazpacho" usually served?
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What color would the inside of a "well-done" steak be?
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Choose the smallest measurement:
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What is the main ingredient of "risotto"?
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Which of these sauces is cream-based?
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Which of these is considered "red meat"?
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"Lamb vindaloo" is cuisine from what culture?
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Which of these words refers to both a kind of mushroom and a kind of chocolate?
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"Tzatziki" is a garlic sauce that comes from which cuisine?
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Which of these meals is "vegan"?
Toast with honey
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Which of these is made primarily from potato?
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In which cuisine would you find "fish & chips"?
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Which of these foods is made from maize?
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"Arancini" are Italian balls made primarily of what?
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What is "bouillabaisse"?
a meat stew
a fish stew
a heavy sauce
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What is "flambéing"?
frying with oil
frying with alcohol
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What herb is one of the main ingredients of "pesto" sauce?
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"Feta" cheese is traditionally made primarily with milk from ______.
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Which part of the animal does a "shank" come from?
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When you "julienne" a food, what are you doing?
chopping into fine pieces
cutting into long, thin strips
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An ingredient prominent to many Indian dishes is _____
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What is "pork butt"?
The meat from the rear of the pig.
The meet from the shoulder of the pig
The meat from the foot of the pig
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How is "steak tartare" served?
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When you add white wine to the bottom of a pan that has brown bits, what is that technique called?
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If you are making a dish "florentine", what food are you adding?
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