A bundle of fresh herbs adding flavor.
Breaking pieces off or softening using liquid.
Serve with sprinkling of breadcrumbs or cheese.
A garnish of almonds.
A rough chop of any ingredients.
A cooking method in which you stuff one animal into another.
Softens vegetables before roasting them.
A clay or metal oven used in Asian cooking and baking.
Cooking food in a vacuum-sealed plastic pouch or glass jar.
A delicate dessert of beaten eggs and wine.
Japanese style sauce.
Thin slices of spiced, cured ham.
An almond paste used in confections.
A versatile vegetable cooked in the same fashion as turnips.
Highly seasoned fruit, herb, spice relish.
Jellied meat, fish, or poultry stock.
A soft, rich to-die-for dessert.
An assortment of appetizers.
Having all your ingredients measured and prepared before you cook.
Meals in place
Mise en place
A mixture of flour and fat used to thicken sauces.
Tissue thin sheets of dough used in Greek pastries.
Inject beef with tiny needles to tenderize it.
To cook by braising.
When you cook a food in its own juices in a bag, parchment paper or aluminum foil.
A strained sauce used as a soup base or on dessert plates.
A familiar dish in New Orleans.
This is sold in compressed cubes.
A tiny bite of food to invigorate the appetite.
The person who helps people match their food with their wine.
A Spanish sauce made with tomatoes, red peppers, nuts and garlic.
Cutting food into short, thin strips.
This is a thick white sauce.
An iconic Vietnamese sandwich.
Using the entrails and internal organs of animals as food.
This long, narrow loaf is common in French cuisine.
Soft dough dumplings from an Italian restaurant.
This leafy green plant is packed with vitamins and minerals.
Creating a sugary crust on food with flame.
The category of taste besides sweet, sour, salt, and bitter.
Bring the Dictionary!
It seems that you are so involved in the process of eating that you do not think about what you eat at all. And even more so, you don't think about product names and spelling. A pity! Sometimes it can be very useful to look through the dictionary at your leisure, you can find a lot of new and interesting things in it! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!
Repetition is the mother of learning
You're good at grammar and spelling, but you only remember the most common words. And when it comes to more complex names, you run the risk of getting confused and misspelling the word. However, this is easy to fix! Just scroll through the dictionary more often and repeat the spelling rules! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!
Great result! You are not just attentive to what you eat, but you want the names of the products and dishes to be spelled correctly. Not a single spelling mistake or typo will escape your keen eye. You don't even need a dictionary, you already know all the language rules! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!