5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- to stir; is then stirred, stirred in, stirred together, blended
- a foods grown or raised without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides or hormones
- b Antibiotics kill bacteria & other microorganisms. Foods with this labeling claim to have been raised without the use of antibiotics in the farming process.
- c monosodium glutamate, a white crystal, added to enhance flavor. Many people are sensitive or allergic to MSG
- d to mix; to move a liquid or substance around with a spoon or stick in order to mix it together
- e food with a lot of salt & a strong salt flavor
5 Multiple choice questions
- the section in a kitchen that has been designed around a specific activity.
- a marketplace where groceries are sold; the grocer sells groceries in a grocery store, usually a larger business not limited to food only
- includes all the pieces used by one person. Usually includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bread and butter plate, cup, and saucer.
- this means that the animals used for food products were raised & housed in reasonably clean & uncrowded conditions where they received reasonable care during feeding & when the animal products were harvested [as in milking]. This claim also suggests the use of more compassionate forms of slaughter, when animals are killed for food.
- food cooked in steam (vapor), food cooked above boiling water (not in the water)
5 True/False questions
family style dining → a style serving a meal that allows diners to join others in an arrangement where large dishes of food are placed on a table & passed among those who are dining, for self-service
if you broil it is broiled, or char broiled → cooked by direct heat, as over a fire, on grill or under an oven broiler
frozen → what you use to clean your mouth
main course → a gravy or other flavored blend [usually liquid] used to accent or enrich the taste of food, served as an accompaniment or "drizzled" on top of the food or around the dish before serving
Dutch treat → an arrangement of paying in which each person pays his own way; to "Go Dutch"; to "Split the check"