Thanks to Tandy from Lavender and Lime, View from the Side, Colonialist and Angeliqueca from Pretty little thing, waiting for the King, in the jungle Room for doing this quiz! Please read their answers for some GREAT information!
- What are palmiers also known as?
A – Pig’s ears or elephant ears
- Where will you most traditionally be served “Soji”?
A – Soji is served as a dessert at an Indian Wedding.
- What is a ragout?
A – A ragout is a thick hearty beef stew.
- What is a Monte Bianco?
A – It is a traditional Italian recipe for a classic dessert of cooked chestnuts pureed with sugar and salt that is topped with whipped cream and garnished with glazed chestnuts and grated chocolate.
- What is orzata?
A – Orzata is an almond syrup.
- What are the main ingredients of a meuniére sauce?
A –Meuniére sauce is a variation on a brown butter sauce with the main ingredients being brown butter, parsley and lemon.
- What is an Heirloom seed?
A – Heirloom seed refered to varieties that was commonly grown by previous generations and the seeds must all keep their traits uniformly through open pollination and hybrids are rarely listed as being heirloom.
- What is the main ingredient of beignets de banane?
A – Beignets de Banane is a traditional Malian recipe for a classic snack or dessert of a banana, flour, sugar and egg mixture that’s deep fried to cook.
- What is the main ingredient of falafels?
A – chickpeas
- What does “pickling” means in culinary terms?
A – Pickling, also known as brining or corning, is the process of the preserving food in brine (usually vinegar). The result of this preserving method is called a pickle.
Enjoy the week and look out for the next Food quiz to be published soon!