April 22, 2012 in Uncategorized
It’s a beautiful Sunday morning – with Ting Ting, my kitten, curled up on my lap while I write this post quickly before Rajen surfaces.
Pink’s food quizzes can be an addiction – who would have thought a year
ago which is when I started blogging that I would have a need to finish a food
quiz – lol – I put it down to enjoying the challenging questions and a quest
for always learning
FRIDAY FOOD QUIZ NUMBER 71
1. What does “to butterfly” means in culinary
To cut boneless meat or seafood down the
middle but not all the way through and when the two sides are spread out it
should look like wings.
What are traditional peperonata’s main ingredients? Onions,
tomatoes and peppers
What is a whoopie pie? A cake sandwich – usually 2 chocolate cake like cookies
sandwiched together with a creamy frosting filling.
Mission, Manzanillo, Sevillano and Ascolano are varieties of which fruit? olives
What are traditional financier’s main ingredients and why are they called
financiers? Small sponge cakes or cookies made of egg whites and nuts. No idea
why called financiers – unless this was
served when discussing finance?
Where does lemongrass originate from? Asia – might be India
Where did Swiss rolls originate from and what are the main ingredients of a
Swiss roll? Central Europe and not
Switzerland as one would initially answer. Eggs, flour sugar
How many “eyes” does a coconut have? 3
What is “crimini” more commonly known as? mushrooms
What is the cooking method that combines stewing, steaming and roasting called? No idea – it sounds complicated.