The following bloggers did the quiz:
Kaztayli’s answers were 90% correct
Another Day also answered 90% correct!
Mitzi’s answers were 100% correct
Colonialist’s answers were 100% funny!
Libra’s Child’s answers were also 90% correct
Musing’s answers were 100% excellent!!
Tandy’s answers were 90% correct!
1. What are the main ingredients of a Cassoulet?
A – Cassoulet is a stew of white beans baked with a variety of meats, originating from southwestern France.
2. What is seasoned flour?
A – Flour that has been flavored with salt and pepper.
3. Which fruit is the richest known source of the antioxidant called lycopene?
A – Tomatoes
4. Why is it advisable to rest steak for a couple of minutes after cooking?
A – To allow the meat fibres to relax and draw in all the juices
5. What is a galette?
A – A galette is a type of French pastry made with a rich, flaky crust, and traditionally served at Epiphany, on the 6th day of January. Many bakeries also offer galettes year round, in both savoury and sweet incarnations. In general, a galette is rounded and flat, and it tends to be very crusty because of the type of pastry used to make it. The term is also used in some parts of France to refer specifically to crepes made with buckwheat. In most cases, a galette is too large for a single person to eat, and is designed to be sliced and served to individual guests.
6. What is chimichurri?
A – A sauce made of chopped fresh parsley seasoned with garlic, pepper, and herbs and bound with oil and vinegar.
7. Where is Polenta a staple food?
A – Northern Italy
8. What is Chaîne des Rôtisseurs?
A – It is an international gastronomic society, founded in Paris in 1950, devoted to fine dining and the camaraderie of the table. Members who include chefs, restaurateurs and food lovers meet monthly to share specially prepared meals with paired wines.
9. What is a Pink Lady?
A – It is an Apple variety.
10. What is a sommelier?
A – It is a wine specialist.
I hope you all will have a wonderful week!!