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In The Kitchen: Cooking, Baking, Recipes ... and Cakes

Play Cooking and Baking Topic Mash! - Scores
What do you know about this topic? Play this mixed game to try a little bit of everything!
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1 Now That's What I Call a Saucepan!
It might be a saucepan, or it might be another item of kitchen equipment. With the aid of some photos, can you identify some of the things hidden in my kitchen cupboard?
Average
10 Q
rossian
Jun 20 14
1152 plays
2 Baking the Grade
Knowing about baked foods can be a bit of a test, but if you can identify these ones, perhaps you can bake...erm...make the grade. Good luck!
Easy
10 Q
kyleisalive
Jan 12 13
4275 plays
3 Get Thee to a Bakery!
If you're a little bit peckish then don't try this quiz. There are 10 questions about cakes and breads that may have you running for a real bakery.
Tough
10 Q
Tizzabelle
May 12 10
1560 plays
4 Cookies and Cakes and Other Sweet Bakes
I just found my mother's old cookbook, so I'm tying on my apron, preheating the oven and getting ready for a baking binge. Are you ready to join me?
Tough
10 Q
beergirllaura
Sep 10 09
2850 plays
5 A Taste of Honey
My neighbor's bees have had a bumper season, and I have been given more honey than I can store, so I'm going to make some sweet treats for my daughter's school bake sale this weekend. Come see what's cooking!
Average
10 Q
looney_tunes
Aug 04 13
675 plays
6 Cooking Terms, Part II
Every activity has its own special language to describe things and processes. Cooking is no exception. How many of these cooking terms do you know well?
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Apr 05 07
10320 plays
7 Cooking Terms, Part V
There is no end to culinary quizzes because there is no end to interesting things to have and use and eat and do in the kitchen. Test your knowledge of a bit of the language of cooking.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jun 22 10
3756 plays
8 What am I Cooking?
Most good home cooks should be able to recognize these methods and recipes. However, if your idea of cooking is pressing the 'heat' button on your microwave, watch out! Note: As I am a Canadian, this quiz uses North American names for baked goods.
Average
15 Q
agony
Jan 23 03
24504 plays
9 Cooking Terms, Part VII
One of the great joys of cooking is that a lifetime is not long enough to learn all there is to know about it. Use this quiz to chart your progress in learning the culinary language.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jul 12 10
2280 plays
10 Cooking Terms, Part III
The words used in kitchens can be puzzling to neophytes but are both precise and economical in the mouths of accomplished cooks. How many of these cooking terms do you know well?
Tough
10 Q
FatherSteve
May 22 09
3666 plays
11 Cooking Terms, Part XII
Cooks speak a language which can seem impenetrable to normal people. They often adopt words from languages other than English into the language of the kitchen. With how many of these culinary and gastronomic terms are you familiar?
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Nov 17 10
1563 plays
12 A Nice Cup of Tea and a Biscuit
Nothing is more quintessentially English than a nice cup of tea and a biscuit? Do you know your classic tea-time biscuits. Apologies to our American cousins who I believe may refer to a biscuit as a "cookie".
Average
10 Q
Simon_Templar
Mar 19 07
5082 plays
13 A-a-choux!
Oops! Sorry, I didn't mean to sneeze on you. It's just all the flour I've been breathing in whilst making choux pastry...
Tough
10 Q
lones78
Sep 03 09
666 plays
14 What's That?
Good day, and welcome to the Joy of Cooking. We'll be making several different ethnic dishes with various names. If you don't know what something is, or what I am doing, please pipe up and ask.
Average
10 Q
Spaudrey
Feb 09 12
4677 plays
15 Cooking Terms, Part VI
Culinary language skills are important to reading and writing recipes, reading and writing cookbooks and bragging to your colleagues about your gastronomic creations. Here's a quiz to test your knowledge of the specialized language of the kitchen.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jul 03 10
2013 plays
16 Cooking Terms, Part IV
This is the fourth in a series of quizzes which explore your knowledge of the peculiar language of the kitchen. Bon appétit et bonne chance.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jun 13 10
1725 plays
17 Do You Know Your Kitchen Equipment?
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.
Average
10 Q
Omakase
May 09 10
2100 plays
18 What's Really Cooking?
Fried in oil, pickled in vinegar, covered with cheese...change the cooking method and a particular food takes on a whole new look. Based on the descriptions of cooking methods, can you guess the ingredient?
Average
10 Q
lykita
Jun 28 09
3636 plays
19 Cooking Terms, Part XIV
Are you ready for yet another test of your knowledge of the specialized language of the kitchen?
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Mar 11 12
1299 plays
20 Cooking Terms, Part XIII
How well have you mastered the curious and global terminology used in the kitchen? Here is yet another opportunity to test your knowledge of things culinary.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jun 04 11
1455 plays
21 Ladles and Jellyspoons
"Ladles and jellyspoons" is a phrase that come from a humorous play on "ladies and gentlemen". However, both are also utensils you may find in the kitchen. Test your knowledge of some other useful utensils.
Average
10 Q
LeoDaVinci
Aug 30 14
363 plays
22 Cooking Terms, Part XV
Are you up for yet another quiz about culinary terminology? I'll keep writing these things as long as you'll keep taking them.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Dec 05 13
624 plays
23 3 Ingredients, 1 Dish
I give 3 ingredients, you tell me what dish it is... It's simple (or is it?).
Average
10 Q
Omakase
Jun 24 10
2037 plays
24 Cooking Terms, Part XI
Ready for yet another adventure into the verbiage of gastronomy and cuisine? See how many of these culinary terms you can identify.
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Oct 20 10
1131 plays
25 Cooking Terms, Part X
Do you wish that every cookbook included a glossary? Are some cooking terms so obscure that you keep a culinary dictionary in your kitchen? Can you identify these cooking terms (as well as you did in my last nine quizzes on the same subject)?
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Sep 07 10
945 plays
26 How's It Cooking?
You might know what's in the food you're eating, but do you know how it's made? Some of the cooking methods used might surprise you.
Average
10 Q
lykita
Jul 04 09
2664 plays
27 A Bunch of Flours
Flour has been a staple foodstuff for thousands of years. I've picked quite a bunch for you, now match them to their descriptions. Don't mind the dust.
Easy
10 Q
nautilator
Sep 06 14
342 plays
28 I Love a Soufflé!
Here are ten famous chefs throughout history for you to chew over. Have fun!
Tough
10 Q
Creedy
Mar 08 12
561 plays
29 Cooking Terms, Part VIII
Test your knowledge of the specialized vocabulary used in home and professional kitchens.
Tough
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jul 27 10
1368 plays
30 Cooking Terms, Part XVI
Fifteen quizzes about the language of the kitchen are insufficient to cover the field adequately. Are you ready for another?
Average
10 Q
FatherSteve
Jul 30 14
345 plays
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Last Updated Nov 27 14 7:26 PM


Some sample questions from this category:

* The cookbook, 'Joy of Cooking', has on its dedication page the following quote: 'That which thy fathers have bequeathed to thee, earn it anew if thou wouldst possess it.' Who is the source of this quote?
* According to the section on etiquette, which of the following participants in a dinner is served first?
* The greenish substance found when opening a lobster is referred to as 'tomalley'. What organ is this?
* What writer created the character Bobo - the boy who couldn't make roast pig without burning down the house?
* All of the following are acceptable substitutes for one cup of milk in cooking except what?


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