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Culinary Arts Review Quiz

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This game covers various culinary arts topics. See what you remember!

Created Date 05.12.20
Last Updated 05.13.20
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Topics of this game:
  • This chef oversees the entire kitchen, from supervising, purchasing, and decision making.
  • How many teaspoons are equal to 1 tablespoon?
  • Chicken/poultry must be cooked to what internal temperature?
  • Chocolate chip and Oatmeal cookies are examples of what type of cookie?
  • _________ is a thickener made of equal parts cooked flour and a fat. May be used to thicken gravies.
  • Pasta is done when it feels firm to the bite or ___ _______.
  • This piece of equipment adds air to flour, removes lumps and filters out impurities.
  • The highest most expensive grade of beef is ___________.
  • A term that means "everything in it's place" is?
  • How many quarts are equal to 1 gallon?
  • Never put ________ on a grease fire?
  • This part of an egg contains lecithin, which is a thickener, and protein.
  • What is missing from this hand washing station list: soap, hot water, way to dry hands, signage and
  • The range of the temperature danger zone is:
  • Which of these is NOT a leavening agent?
  • What is the order of a 3-sink dish washing set up?
  • This nutrient is the main source of energy in the body.
  • Milk may be heat treated to kill microorganisms that cause spoilage and disease. What is that process called?
  • This knife cut may look like sticks or french fries.
  • This type of knife may be used for smaller cutting jobs or to remove the peel from fruits or vegetables.
  • Which of these food items belongs on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator? Raw ground beef, raw chicken, cooked shrimp, apple pie
  • Which is NOT an example of dry heat cooking?
  • Most recipes are based on what size of egg?
  • Which vitamin below is water-soluble?
  • How long can food stay in the temperature danger zone before it must be thrown out?