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Do You Know Your Kitchen Equipment?
Cooking and Baking
"In the world of the gourmet chef there are many tools to assist in meal preparation. Some of these are common, while others are rarer and more specialized. Try your hand at identifying these... and beware that the questions get harder as you progress."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Every good chef needs an assortment of knives at his disposal. What type of knife would be best suited for slicing up a loaf of sour dough?
This special utensil is commonly used to remove the top part of the skin from fruit like oranges and lemons.
Which of the following items listed below does not fit with the others?
One very specialized tool found in the kitchen drawer has the singular purpose of cutting out small balls of fruit. It is called a ________ baller.
A bain-marie can be used in the kitchen to melt chocolate or make custards and sauces. What is it more commonly known as?
This interesting kitchen aid is a perforated pot with a hand turned scraper. It sits on top of a bowl and is great for crushing fruit and removing seeds as well as mashing a variety of solids. What is the name of this item that is commonly referred to by its original manufacturers name?
Typically when a chef needs to chop up small amounts of vegetables and herbs a simple knife does the job. However, there is another choice to perform this job but it requires both hands as it has two handles. What is it?
This unique knife, originating in Japan, has become more common in the U.S. of recent. It is differentiated from other kitchen knives because of its shape and overall look, which often incorporates a Granton edge to keep materials from sticking to the blade during chopping.
Creme brulee -- a dessert custard topped with hard caramel -- is typically served in a small glazed ceramic serving bowl. What is the name of this bowl?
You've just returned from the market with a beautiful loaf of bread. The crust has been split on purpose on the top to let the bread "bloom" while baking. What utensil is used to score the dough before sticking it in the oven?
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