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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. dinnerware
  2. a place setting
  3. table linens
  4. homemade
  5. Au jus
  1. a serving food with the pan drippings from which the fat has been skimmed
  2. b tablecloths, placemats and napkins
  3. c food cooked at home
  4. d includes plates, cups, saucer, and bowls.
  5. e includes all the pieces used by one person. Usually includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bread and butter plate, cup, and saucer.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. "Produce" = fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
  2. food kept in the freezer
  3. the kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting
  4. a liquid heated until it bubbles: soft boil has gentle bubbles, lower heat; a roiling boil is hotter with larger more active bubbles & more steam; "boiling hot" means the food or a plate is too hot to handle with bare hands & the food may burn the mouth unless cooled a bit before eating
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. if you boil it, it is boileda liquid heated until it bubbles: soft boil has gentle bubbles, lower heat; a roiling boil is hotter with larger more active bubbles & more steam; "boiling hot" means the food or a plate is too hot to handle with bare hands & the food may burn the mouth unless cooled a bit before eating

          

  2. a stove or "stove-top"food you buy at a restaurant & take home

          

  3. if you roast it, it is roasted, & is "a roast"meat cooked in the oven

          

  4. the farmer's marketa workplace where baked goods (breads & cakes & pastries) are produced or sold; may be its own shop or be part of a larger grocery store

          

  5. the butcher shopa person who slaughters or dresses meat for market