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Can You Answer 12 Cooking Questions?

Can your cooking stand up to Bobby Flay’s, or does your cooking knowledge end with instant ramen and boiled eggs? Take this quiz now to find out!

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Question 1/12

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Which type of pasta's name means "little worms?"
Vermicelli
Linguine
Fetuccine

Question 2/12

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If someone asks you to blanch vegetables, what is he or she asking you to do?
Partially cook in steam or boiling water, then plunge into ice water
Soak in warm water to restore partially dehydrated vegetables
Expose vegetables to a quick cold bath then cook thoroughly

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If you cooked beef in puff pastry, what is the name of the dish that you cooked?
Shepherd's Pie
Beef Wellington
Baklava

Question 4/12

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Before almost all carrots were orange, what color were the most popular carrots?
Green
Purple
Carrots were always orange.

Question 5/12

orchardspethospital.com
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The bones and skin of animals make up what food additive?
Custard Powder
Aginomoto
Gelatin

Question 6/12

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What type of drink is Worcestershire sauce traditionally added to?
Tomato Juice
Club Soda
Coffee

Question 7/12

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The bits of caramelized juices that remain in the pan when meat is browned are called what?
Deglace
Fond
Vignettes

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If a fruit or vegetable is julienned, what does the result look like?
Matchsticks
Cubes
1

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asn.au
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The "Norwegian lobster" is another name for which seafood?
Scallops
Scampi
East Coast Lobster

Question 10/12

amazonaws.com
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Which of these is not usually included in a Denver omelette?
Ham
Cheddar Cheese
Red Peppers

Question 11/12

wga.hu
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Which "Food of the Gods" was thought to make someone immortal?
Thyme
Ambrosia
Veal

Question 12/12

lovingitraw.com
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Slightly underripe fruits can be improved by maceration. What does this cooking procedure entail?
Soak in water mixed with lemon juice or vinegar
Soaking or steeping in a liquid such as alcohol and/or with sugar
Heat slowly then soak in cool water

Busboy

absoluteability.com
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There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a busboy, but you are certainly not head chef material. Stick to what you're talented with, my friend - the kitchen is not the place for you!

Sous Chef

careerealism.com
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You're probably great at cutting, dicing, and beating, but you're not quiiite at the head chef caliber just yet!

Head Chef

kievitskroon.co.za
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Amazing! Seems like your cooking can stand up to kitchen art from the best of them. Move over, Rachel Ray - you're in town!
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1
Which type of pasta's name means "little worms?"
Vermicelli
Linguine
Fetuccine
2
If someone asks you to blanch vegetables, what is he or she asking you to do?
Partially cook in steam or boiling water, then plunge into ice water
Soak in warm water to restore partially dehydrated vegetables
Expose vegetables to a quick cold bath then cook thoroughly
3
If you cooked beef in puff pastry, what is the name of the dish that you cooked?
Shepherd's Pie
Beef Wellington
Baklava
4
Before almost all carrots were orange, what color were the most popular carrots?
Green
Purple
Carrots were always orange.
5
The bones and skin of animals make up what food additive?
Custard Powder
Aginomoto
Gelatin
6
What type of drink is Worcestershire sauce traditionally added to?
Tomato Juice
Club Soda
Coffee
7
The bits of caramelized juices that remain in the pan when meat is browned are called what?
Deglace
Fond
Vignettes
8
If a fruit or vegetable is julienned, what does the result look like?
Matchsticks
Cubes
1
9
The "Norwegian lobster" is another name for which seafood?
Scallops
Scampi
East Coast Lobster
10
Which of these is not usually included in a Denver omelette?
Ham
Cheddar Cheese
Red Peppers
11
Which "Food of the Gods" was thought to make someone immortal?
Thyme
Ambrosia
Veal
12
Slightly underripe fruits can be improved by maceration. What does this cooking procedure entail?
Soak in water mixed with lemon juice or vinegar
Soaking or steeping in a liquid such as alcohol and/or with sugar
Heat slowly then soak in cool water

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