The following bloggers did the quiz:
Sideview – with witty answers!!
Mitzi – she answered 90% correct!
Musing – excellent answers!
Potjie – he definitely knows food!!
Inspiration – she has a photographic memory! I posted 59 questionnaires so far and initially I asked 15 questions and later reduced it to 10! So I have included at least 590 questions, but if I repeat a question, she knows it!!
1. What is the difference between chowder and soup?
A – Chowders are usually thicker and sometimes creamy. Soups are usually lighter and thinner.
2. What are the basic ingredients of fruit curd?
A –The basic ingredients are beaten egg yolks, sugar, fruit juice and zest which are gently cooked together until thick and then allowed to cool, forming a soft, smooth, intensely flavored spread. Some recipes also include butter.
3. What is the difference between Fruit preserves and fruit conserves?
A – Fruit preserves are preparations of fruits and sugar cooked together and sealed for long term storage. A conserve, or whole fruit jam, is a jam made of fruit stewed in sugar.
4. What are Jerusalem artichokes?
A -Jerusalem artichokes are also called the sunroot, sunchoke or earth apple. It is a sunflower species native to eastern North America. It is used as a root vegetable. Despite its name, the Jerusalem artichoke has no relation to Jerusalem and is also not a type of artichoke.
5. The Marula fruit is native to which country?
A – The marula is an African native tree prized highly for its fruit. Found in 29 sub–Saharan countries, fromCape Verde to South Africa. It is a good source of nutrition because the fruit is high in vitamin C and contains a protein–rich nut at its core. The juice has four times as much vitamin C as orange juice. For more info go to http://www.afribiz.info/content/marula-an-african-indigenous-agriculture-crop
6. What is Hyssop?
A – Hyssop is a Herb that is widely cultivated outside its native area in the Mediterranean.
7. What is Cape pondweed better known as?
A – Waterblommetjies.
8. What does gratinéed means in culinary terms?
A – Gratinéed is a culinary technique in food preparation in which an ingredient is topped with a crust, often using breadcrumbs, cheese, egg and/or butter and is baked or cooked under a grill to form a golden crust on top and it is traditionally served in the baking dish.
9. What is dombolo better known as?
A – dumplings
10. Why is raita served with curries?
A – It is used as a condiment to temper the heat in spicy Indian dishes
I hope you all will have a wonderful week!!