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Global a la Carte Final Exam
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Originating in India, ___.
mangos traverse the globe
The trade line between Europe, Africa, and the Americas after the discovery of the New World was known as the _____.
African Triangular Trade
According to The Cuisines of the Americas hyperdoc [x] is mashed plantains topped with braised chicken, pork, or seafood.
Mirepoix is to French cuisine as _____.
sofrito is to Latin cuisines
Most of the world's allspice comes from _____.
Jerk refers to marinated and spiced _____.
slow wood fired meats
Based upon your reading of the Cuisines of the Americas Hyperdoc dishes like Shoofly Pie, Scrapple, and Chicken and Dumplings reflect a [x] foodway.
Hundreds of varieties of _____.
beans, squash and corn existed in the Americas before the Columbian era
A traditional mole might contain which of the following ingredients? Select all that apply.
Chef Jen loves to make her Latin rice bright yellow in color. Staying true to Latin flavors, she probably uses _____.
achiote in the preparation
Ingredients indigenous to Mexico before the arrival of the Spanish include _____. Select all that apply.
According to The Cuisines of the Americas hyperdoc [x] cuisine includes Hispanic, Latino and Caribbean influences.
Highlighting authentic and traditional flavors from Central and South American native cuisines, restaurant Culinaria Azteca would avoid using _____.
onions, rice and pork
Corn, as a staple to the Central and South American region, can be found in _____. Select all that apply.
In Mexico, frijoles are often prepared _____.
whole or mashed with onions and light spices
Identify the US states that would have been historically influenced by Mexico prior to the 20th Century? Select all that apply.
Chifa refers to _____.
Peruvian Chinese cuisine
Parsley, chilies, red wine vinegar, salt and olive oil are traditional ingredients in a _____.
According to The Cuisines of the America hyperdoc the [x] began what has been called "Ecological Imperialism".
A typical bar drink you might buy a friend in Peru would be _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Americas hyperdoc, Peruvian cuisine has evolved because of influences from the east and west and at the center of this fusion is [x].
Tacu tacu is a _____.
Peruvian beans and rice dish
According to The Cuisines of the Americas hyperdoc the national dish (meal) of Brazil is [x] which is a rich stew of black beans and eleven different cuts of pork.
Select the cultural influences which shape Brazilian cuisine today. Select all that apply.
Unlike Brazil, Peru's cuisine is majorly influenced by _____.
people from Asia
The Spanish and Portuguese refer to beef/grilled meat and the restaurant where it is sold as a _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Americas hyperdoc the most well-known dish of Argentina is [x] which is a flank steak filled with ground meat, spices, nuts, eggs, spinach, and other vegetables. It is braised and sliced into generous portions which is why the translation of the dish means "kill the hunger".
Every major cuisine in the world contains some kind of stuffed pastry or dumpling. In Brazil, it is known as a _____.
Portuguese's cuisine best reflects ____
the country's history as a center for trade and exploration
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, [x] are small portions of savory bites that are consumed in Spain from late afternoon to the late hours of the evening.
Picada is _____.
a Spanish thickening and flavoring agent made with grounded garlic, parsley, nuts, toasted bread and spices
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, one of Ireland's national dishes is [x] is a one-pot dish of apples, potatoes, onions, bacon, and smoked sausage.
The introduction of ingredients like tomatoes, potatoes, and corn to Europe was due to the ___________________ _______________.
The Iberian penisula includes _____.
Spain and Portugal
The Balti curry originated in _____.
the United Kingdom
Laver bread is topped with _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, the foodways of the [x] people reflect the mountain cuisine on the border of Spain and France and the fishing communities of cities like San Sabastian.
The Moors brought _____.
dried fruit, almonds, and rice to Spain.
A chef in Southern Spain is preparing a tortilla. She is most likely using _____.
In Eastern Europe, pounded pork cutlets which are breaded and fried in butter are known as _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, Scandinavians are revered for a particular type of service the [x] which is an extensive buffet of salads, cured fish, fruits, vegetables, egg dishes, along with cooked meat, fish, and seafood dishes.
Mainstays of German cuisine include _____.
pickled foods, dill and sour cream
Sauerkraut is _____.
Strong gluten development is not a consideration when making _____.
Chef Jenny was planning to make mushroom stuffed dumplings for the upcoming community Polish festival. Her dish's description most likely described the dumplings as _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, a gingerbread flavored dish that you will find in western Germany is [x].
The world-famous restaurant, Noma, is located in _____.
Hungarian Goulash is a _____.
stewed beef dish
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, Poland is known for stuffed cabbage or [x].
Dumplings, pickled vegetables, sausages, rich pastries, and sweet and sour flavors are commonly found in ____.
The famous Hungarian dish finished with a tempering of sour cream is _____.
Pickled braised beef in Germany is known as _____.
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, butter is the primary fat in Northern and it is used for one of the most iconic dishes in the region, [x].
Traditional French cuisine is commonly described as _____.
A blanquette is described as _____
a chicken stew, thickened with white sauce
Alsace-Lorraine and Burgundy are in _____.
In the nouvelle cuisine movement of the 1960's and 1970's _____.
chefs began to plate food in the kitchen
Pan fried with onions refers to _____.
Normandy is known for _____.
cream, calvados, camembert and cider
The brigade system wars introduced to kitchens by _____.
The French region well known for its Germanic influence, use of cabbage, sausage and production of foie gras and Gewürztraminer wine is _____.
Southern Italy staples include _____.
vegetables, dry pasta, basil, garlic and chilies
Fresh egg pasta is generally found in _____.
Semolina is milled from _____.
Cuisines of Northern Italy can be described as _____.
heavy, with more meat and dairy consumption
Risotto Milanase features ____.
Several of Italy's most famous ingredients including Parmigiano-Reggiano and Prosciutto originate from ____.
The use of nuts, dried fruits and citrus in Southern Italian cooking can be attributed to _____.
When making risotto, it is best to _____.
stir the rice often as it cooks
An example of an appropriate main dish in Israel would be _____.
Which of the following items exist in the flavor profile of both Greece and the Middle East? Select all that apply.
The appetizer station cook is heading to the dairy cooler to select a good frying cheese for the saganaki she's running as a Greek lunch special. She most likely grabbed the _____.
Turkey has been considered a westward learning nation in recent history because _____.
they have equal rights for women and have removed religious courts
Staples of Turkish cuisine include _____.
grapes, nuts, eggplant and lamb
The primary meats consumed in Greece are goat and sheep due to _____.
What are kefta/kofta?
Even though Morocco gains culinary influence from Spain, Persia, India and China, it is most influenced by _____.
France and Italy
Nearly all Egyptians live _____.
on the Nile
Which of the following foods are least likely to be found in Moroccan cookery?
Multiple countries throughout the Middle East have some form of moussaka. This is most likely because _____.
the influence of the Ottoman Empire.
The Moroccan soup made of tomatoes, lentils, chickpeas, lamb, spices and cilantro is called _____.
Unlike most of Africa, in Egypt _____.
rice preparations are quite popular
What beverage is commonly served after meals in Morocco?
Mughals brought the wok to India, along with _____.
various fruits and nuts
Most Indians avoid eating pork because they are _____.
Which of the following ingredients are in both Indian and North African Cuisine?
legumes such as lentils
Indian cuisine is traditionally most influenced by _____.
geography, religion and history
Curry is a term that is used often to describe ingredients and dishes throughout the culinary world. What is the best way to describe what the term actually means in Indian Culture?
Foods served in sauce
According to The Cuisines of the Europe hyperdoc, [x] is a sauce made from Chilies. It is also the basis for spicier Indian curries from Goa.
The Indian flatbread baked on the inside wall of a tandoor oven is _____.
A common food item to eat curries within Northern India is _____.
Fish in China is most often _____.
served whole, with the head on
A typical breakfast in China could include _____.
Dim sum are _____.
Cantonese in origin
The ten regional cuisines of China are often referred to as the _____.
"ten great traditions"
Select all the ingredients found in five-spice powder. Select all that apply.
Chef Nitin is well known for his ability to balance yin and yang principles in his modern Chinese fare. Tonight, while finishing a soup for service, he attempts to balance the _____.
hot and sour flavors in the dish
Ingredients commonly used in Chinese cooking include _____.
soy sauce, noodles, rice and vegetables
Chef Tammy is planning to prepare a Chinese stir-fried chicken dish as a special for her evening menu. To keep the dish authentic, one of the prep jobs that she must do is _____.
cube up the chicken
Ropa Vieja is a national dish from _____.
Yorkshire Pudding is a _____.
animal fat popover
Butter is primarily used in _____.
Northern France and Italy
The introduction of tomatoes, potatoes and corn to Europe was due to the _____.
Arroz con pollo comes from _____.
The sauce made from a preparation of chocolate, spices, pumpkin, sesame seeds and a variety of chilies is called _____.
Tomato bread is a homestyle favorite in _____.
Which famous European dumpling classically has no potatoes in it?
Bolinhos are flavored with _____.
Korea & Japan share common history in that _____. Select all that apply
they historically have been trading partners
Japanese cuisine emphasizes qualities such as _____. Select all that apply.
taste and preparation
The most popular animal-based protein in Korea is_____.
Rice is often used as an ingredient in some of the most traditional Japanese beverages, such as _____. Select all that apply.
Which of the following are common in Japanese cookery? Select all that apply.
Noodles in Korea are commonly made from _____. Select all that apply.
Which of the following ingredients are in both Indian and North African Cuisines? Select all that apply.
legumes such as lentils
Before the Columbian Exchange, Thailand, India, and China did not have _____.
peppers, corn or tomatoes
What is the one food that Muslims, Jews, and Orthodox Christians all don't consume?
Of the following, which food items are avoided in an observant Muslim's diet?
Who is most likely to have introduced couscous to Morocco?
Chef Talia is ordering ingredients for her special Ethiopian-themed pop-up dinner. Which ingredient is most likely not on her shopping list?
In Ethiopia, wat is typically served _____.
Common characteristics of both Vietnamese and Thai cuisines include ______
the availability of numerous fruits
the use of fish sauce
Which of the following are the two most prominent religions in East Africa?
Following an Indian flavor profile to create her competition plate, Chef Apoorva rubbed her chicken with _____.
masala seasonings before cooking it
The primary ingredients used to make Nuoc Cham is _______.
Thai curry most likely originates from _______.
Seasonings in Thai foods most often tend to be _______.
bold and spicy
If someone were trying to avoid spicy foods while ordering at a restaurant in Thailand, they'd most likely order _______.
khao naa pet
Most Vietnamese and Thai meals are accompanied by _______.
Satay is best described as _______.
skewered grilled meat
Vietnam has been most influenced by what colonial power?
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