The following bloggers did the quiz:
SideView’s answers were good and entertaining!
Tandy answered every question correct!
Mitzi answered almost every question correct!
Cindy’s answers were mostly spot-on, and I am also having a crush on some of her pics!!
Thanks for everyone that took part!! I really love doing this and reading the answers!!
….and please go and read the answers of the bloggres that participated!!
1. What is schmaltz?
A – Schmaltz is dripping lard, made from the fat and skin of chicken and geese.
2. What is the difference between evaporated milk and condensed milk?
A – Both have about 60% of water removed via evaporation. Condensed milk has 40 to 50% sugar added.
3. What is heliculture?
A – It is snail farming.
4. What does the term “papillote” refer to?
A – It is the French term used for fancy paper shapes used to hide the ends of lamb, veal and chicken bones. It is also a term used to describe the process of cooking food in a container made from paper.
5. What is the difference between ham and gammon?
Both these cuts are from a pig’s hind leg. Ham is first cut and then cured whereas gammon is cured as part of the whole bacon pig and then divided into smaller cuts.
6. What is a “foodie”?
A – A foodie is a person who lives to eat and not like a “normal” person who eats lo live 🙂 …!!
7. What is a liaison in culinary terms?
A – Liaison is the process of thickening a sauce, soup, or stew. Usually it is a mixture of cream and egg yolks that is used to thicken soups and sauces. Egg yolks must be tempered with hot liquid before adding to the liquid in order to prevent curdling. This process is also referred to as a “binder.”
8. What is the most common way to drink Japanese rice wine, sake?
A – It is usually warmed up to release the flavour and aroma and drunk immediately.
9. Is there a difference between schnitzel and scallopine?
No, both are terms for thin slices of meat, mostly veal. Schnitzel is Austrian and scallopine is Italian.
10. Is curry a dish or a spice?
A – Curry is a generic term that refers to a number of Indian and Far eastern dishes flavoured with curry powder or paste that contains amongst others spices such as turmeric, coriander and cumin.
I hope you will all have a wonderful week!