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Culinary Arts

Is an exploration of the creative and technical aspects of food preparation, focusing on the development of culinary skills in the culinary arts industry.

culinary

arts

cooking

cuisine

chef

ingredients

techniques

recipes

gastronomy

presentation

flavors

food

culinary school

hospitality

baking

pastry.

Can you explain what do you know about stock ?

  • [No Answer]

Popular to Westerners and bread-eating countries

  • Wheat

Clorox, Sanitizer, Windex, and Mr. Clean are examples of

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Biological Hazards
  • Physical Hazards
  • Bacteria Hazards

Once we get back to school on campus, which classroom is the Culinary classroom?

  • A1
  • B7
  • C3
  • MPR

•Eggs need to be kept on the _________________________ shelf of the fridge.

  • bottom

Bacteria, parasites, viruses, & Fungus are examples of

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Physical Hazards
  • Biological Hazards
  • Toxins

What is communication?

  • The object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired result.
  • A brief account of a person’s education, qualifications, and previous experience, typically sent with a job application.
  • The action or process of interacting with others to exchange information and develop professional or social contacts.
  • Social contact.

In the restaurant industry, which word means to be able to maintain operation at a certain rate or level?

  • 'A la Carte
  • Staticity
  • Mise en Place
  • Sustainability

When using the restaurant ranking system, the more dollar signs the higher the _____. (4 Letters)

  • cost

Match the following FOH foodservice position with description

  • person responsible for overseeing and coordinating all FOH activities - dining room supervisor Maitre d
  • person responsible for serving alcoholic beverages from behind a bar Bartender
  • person responsible for greeting and seating guests Host
  • person responsible for taking orders and bringing food & beverages ot guests Server
  • person responsible for setting tables and clearing dirty dishes from tables Busser

Networking is the linking of computers to allow them to operate interactively.

  • True
  • False

Works with payroll, food-cost, personnel management, menu creation, and essentially everything that happens in the kitchen falls within their scope of responsibility.

  • Cook
  • Sous Chef
  • Executive Chef
  • Senior Chef

Name the image in the picture

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  • sage and thyme wrap
  • herb bundle
  • bouquet garni

Which food item is the Midwest region of the United States best known for?

  • Peanuts
  • Rice
  • Corn
  • Seafood

Starch serves as meat to many processed products

  • Thickening Agent
  • Binding Agent
  • Extender
  • Coating Agent

What is the term for the chef who is second in command in the kitchen? (4 Letters)

  • sous

Staple food for more than half of the world's population

  • Rice

Chemicals should be stored ____ inches off the ground and ______________ from all food.

  • 6 away

THE BASIC INGREDIENTS FOR CHOUX PASTRY;

  • EGGS, FLOUR, BUTTER
  • BUTTER, LIQUID,FLOUR
  • MARGARINE, EGGS, LIQUID,FLOUR
  • BUTTER, SUGAR, LIQUID, FLOUR

Mise en place means

  • to misplace something
  • to have forgotten a place setting
  • to put in place
  • to miss your place at dinnertime

Used to bind ingredients in food processing like sausages

  • Binding Agent

The temperature danger zone is ______ to ______.

  • 30 to 80
  • 40 to 190
  • 41 to 135
  • 60 to 120

What is the equation for calculating the menu price of an item?

  • Tax / Sales
  • Food Cost / Total Sales
  • Food Cost / Food Cost Percentage
  • None of these answers are correct.

If I wanted to find something to bake at home, I would click on which link on the class website?

  • Calendar
  • Learning Guide
  • Recipes
  • Photos

The goal of rice cookery (culinary term)

  • Al dente

If cared for properly, baking powder and baking soda can have a shelf life of ______ months.

  • 6

What type of shoes should you wear in a commercial kitchen?

  • Steel toe Boots
  • Slides
  • Sandals and nonslip
  • Closed toe and nonslip

Combination method of cooking includes 2 methods of cooking namely;

  • moist heat & steaming
  • dry heat & stewing
  • dry heat & moist heat
  • stewing & moist heat

Briefly describe what dish is being prepared by which method of cooking

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  • [No Answer]

•Before frying chicken you should check the ____________ so the chicken doesn’t come out over/under done.

  • oil

Rouille sauce is usually used to flavor ________ stocks and ______

  • fish

What is next to moisture absorption if the proper storage of cereals and starches is not followed?

  • Mold growth

•The size of an egg is based on these types of these three grading____________. Check them.

  • AA
  • AA
  • A
  • B

What is the term used to describe a culinarian working in a restaurant?

  • Chef
  • Waitress
  • Dishwasher
  • Host

What does proficient mean?

  • The quality of being suitable for paid work.
  • A letter from a previous employer testifying to someone's ability or reliability, used when applying for a new job.
  • Competent or skilled in doing or using something.
  • It's probably A.

Bacteria and microorganisms that live and breed in the food we eat.

  • Cuisine
  • Mise en Place
  • Contamination
  • Cross-Contamination

A Three Compartment Sink has 3 sinks. The first one is ______________, the second one is for ______________________, and the third sink is for _______________________.

  • wash, rinse, sanitize

Refers to cultivated grasses that produce edible or starchy seeds and grains

  • Cereal Grains

•Besides liquid, what are the two main ingredients in a stock? _________________________.

  • [No Answer]

How long do you wash your hands for?

  • 10
  • 20
  • 30
  • 60

What is the secret word listed on the calendar for the first day in Culinary?

  • Welcome

Usually marketed as breakfast meals

  • cereal
  • snack item
  • canton
  • bihon

Which of the steps below does not apply when making choux pastry?

  • Dust the pastry board & rolling pin with flour and roll out the dough
  • Use hot liquid on medium heat on the hob of the stove
  • Stir in flour all at once in the liquid to make a dough
  • Cook, stirring with a wooden spoon until a film forms on the bottom of pan.

Match the following descriptions with the type of service

  • Food carved by server and places on preset plate in front of guest, yet side dishes are passed English service
  • serve holds a tray of food and serves guests from tray Russian service
  • Food is fully prepared or finished in front of guests French service

What is a portfolio?

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  • The position and duties of a minister of state or a member of a cabinet.
  • A large, thin, flat case of loose sheets of paper such as drawings or maps; A set of pieces of creative work collected by somsone to display their skills, especially to a potential employer.
  • A range of investments held by a person or organization.

Protective outer shell

  • Bran

Stock is a flavorful liquid prepared by simmering meaty bones from meat and poultry, seafood or and vegetables in water. *

  • True
  • False

The difference between a white stock and a brown stock?

  • The bones are roasted in a white stock
  • Brown stock consists of only meat and water
  • The bones are roasted in a brown stock
  • White stock consists of meat, vegetables and water

A carbohydrate in granular form that came from certain plants

  • Starch

How much of the food produced for human consumption each year goes to waste?

  • 1/3
  • 1/2
  • 3/4
  • 1/4

Food i is safe to serve how many days after the expiration date?

  • 1 Day
  • 2 Days
  • 1 Week
  • Never

What is your Culinary teacher's email address?

•What type of knife do we fabricate meat with?

  • clever
  • paring
  • boning
  • chef

How many people determine a foodborne illness outbreak?

  • 2
  • 3
  • 6
  • 10

What is the first topic listed in the Syllabus

  • Measuring
  • Food and Kitchen Safety
  • Nutrition
  • Recipe reading/development

When checking the temperature of chicken be sure to insert the thermometer in the thickest point. What is the safe internal temperature of chicken?

  • 165

Brown stock is used for brown sauces and gravies, braised dishes, and meat glazes

  • True
  • False

_____________ is the quality of being ________ for paid work.

  • Employability suitable

Describe 2 ways to achieve guest satisfaction?

  • quality meals , good food , polite service, efficient service, good service

It is acceptable to wear just your undies and lay in bed while on Zoom with your Culinary class.

  • True
  • False

Which is not a component of an effective resume?

  • career objective
  • work experience
  • family
  • education and accomplishments

Match the following cuisines with their descriptions

  • intricate food preparation, large & elaborate presentations, food decorated, sculpted, carved, sauce Grande cuisine
  • food prepared using proper methods, served in courses, use finest ingredients, & not on presentation Classical cuisine
  • food cooked quickly, seasoned lightly, artfully presented in small portions, no sauce or butter Nouvelle cuisine
  • prepares food obtained directly from local farm or grower Farm to Table cuisine
  • uses variety of cooking methods to combine flavors of 2 or more cultural regions Fusion cuisine

Cereals may be used to introduce a main course

  • Entree

What is it called when cram is removed from the milk.

  • homogenization

Assigned one menu specialty in which they excel. They direct the prep work of kitchen staff and assistant cooks in their area.

  • Cook
  • Sous Chef
  • Executive Chef
  • Senior Chef

If someone chooses a restaurant or food product based upon location, ethnicity, religion or family history, they are making food choices based upon what?

  • Culture
  • Cost
  • Hunger
  • Emotional Reasons

A croissant should have a(n) _____ texture.

  • flaky

Which of the following are suggestions for creating a sustainable restaurant?

  • Offer extensive staff training
  • Grow it yourself
  • Manage your waste
  • All of these answer choices are correct.

•Which of these soups is often thickened with a roux?

  • Chowders
  • consommé
  • vegetable soup
  • cold soup

A chef works in the back of the house.

  • True
  • False

Perishable foods can be stored in the pantry.

  • False
  • Maybe it depends
  • True
  • Always

A ____ _________ _____ is a number of commonly expected, ______ that employers seek from most employees.

  • Work readiness trait skills

To achieve a golden yellow crumb in a bread, you should add many _____ to the dough.

  • eggs

Where can the class calendar be located?

  • Class website
  • Google Classroom
  • Both Class website and Google Classroom
  • Class calendar does not exist.

Danish pastries have a higher percentage of ______ than croissants.

  • sugar

Chicken or any poultry should reach ____ degrees to be safe to eat.

  • 212
  • 120
  • 165
  • 145

Identify the odd method of cooking below

  • Braising
  • Roasting
  • Baking
  • Pan frying

Being __________ is defined as achieving or producing a significant amount or result.

  • productive

•Which of these scale gives the most accurate readout?

  • baker’s scale
  • portion scale
  • electronic scale
  • balance scale

French term for having all your ingredients measured, cut, peeled, sliced, grated, etc. before you start cooking.

  • Cuisine
  • Mise en Place
  • Contamination
  • Cross-Contamination

All of the following are included on the FDA Nutrition Claims checklist, EXCEPT:

  • Evidence of staff awareness
  • A standardized recipe
  • Cooking time and temperature
  • The recipe source

All of these are sources of starch, EXCEPT:

  • Cereals
  • Legumes
  • Root Crops
  • Sugar

What is the All-purpose knife called?

  • Chef knif

Rio Norte Culinary has a facebook page.

  • True
  • False

All of the following are front of house areas, EXCEPT:

  • Dining Room
  • Restrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Entry

Hand sanitizer is just as effective as washing my hands for 20 seconds.

  • True
  • False

Starch used as breading station

  • Coating Agent

Welcoming guests and satisfying their needs.

  • Cuisine
  • Food Service
  • Culinary Arts
  • Hospitality

During a Zoom, you should mute yourself while the teacher, or another student is talking.

  • True
  • False

CORRIANDER IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE SPICE / HERB

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

A _____ is a list of dishes or foods available in a restaurant. (4 Letters)

  • menu

The brown stock is made with ______, veal, and poultry meat and bones.

  • Beef

Chiffon cakes have less saturated fat and cholesterol than any cake except ____ cake.

  • angel food

•Food handlers often wear gloves to prevent _________________________.

  • cross contamination

Which one is NOT a guideline to follow during job interviews?

  • Thank the interviewer when the interview ends and send a thank-you letter after the interview to the interviewer.
  • Think before speaking and do not answer questions inaccurately
  • Maintain appropriate eye contact
  • Make sure to shake hands or a fist bump.

The 3 of the 5 guidelines to follow when guests are dissatisfied are ​ ​ (a) , ​ ​ ​ (b) ​ ​ (c) i

  • aListen carefully to understand guest concerns
  • aListen carefully to understand guest concerns
  • baddress concern immediately
  • cremain calm

Basic unit of carbohydrate

  • Simple Sugar

The term _____ of house refers to the areas of a restaurant that are open to public view. (5 Letters)

  • front

It is an important source of semolina flour utilized in making various types of pasta.T____ d____

  • Triticum durum

Rice, wheat and corn are the three isn't most cultivated cereal in the world.

  • False
  • True

Identify the odd statement below

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  • made from flakey pastry
  • filled with custard
  • made from choux
  • suitable for dessert

French word for "kitchen," but in English it means a style of cooking.

  • Cuisine
  • Mise en Place
  • Contamination
  • Cross-Contamination

Teamwork is not connected with another or with each other; separate.

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  • True
  • False

Choux pastry requires rolling and folding the dough

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

What costs are included in a restaurant's overhead costs?

  • Salary
  • Rent
  • Utility Bills
  • All of these

A baker's percentage means that each ingredient is a certain percentage of the weight of the total _____ in the formula.

  • flour

____ __________ is being driven by one's own desires and ambitions.

  • Self motivation

•Which of these knives is used to trim the peel or skin from fruits and vegetables?

  • fillet knife
  • chef’s knife
  • slicer
  • paring knife

Hair, fruit pits, metal shavings, and glass are all examples of

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Biological Hazards
  • General Hazards
  • Physical Hazards

How long do you sanitize dishes for?

  • 10
  • 20
  • 30
  • 40

When using the one-stage mixing method, all ingredients should be at _____ and accurately measured.

  • room temperature

Is there a Google class calendar for Culinary Arts?

  • Yes
  • No

Manages a staff of assistant chefs, cooks and kitchen workers, as well as creating dishes for the menu.

  • Cook
  • Sous Chef
  • Executive Chef
  • Senior Chef

Describe the method of cooking in the picture

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  • deep frying a dry method of cooking

A _________ is a letter from a previous _________ testifying to someone's ability or reliability, used when applying for a new job.

  • reference employer

Pasta needs to be cooked to ____________________.

  • El Dante

Choux pastry is best described as;

  • A delicate pastry with egg white as the raising agent
  • A delicate pastry with steam as the raising agent
  • A delicate pastry with yeast as the raising agent
  • A delicate pastry with baking soda a the raising agent

What is the danger-zone.

  • 41 to 135

White stock is roasted to a golden brown color (burnt bone and mirepoix will ruin the flavor and color of the stock) *

  • True
  • False

Match the following communication forms with their description

  • clear, pleasant tone, loud enough to be heard, respectful, professional, and welcoming speaking
  • use eye contact w/ speaker, don't interrupt, read nonverbal cues, summarize what you've heard said listening
  • is legible and accurate writing
  • use reading skills to interpret menus, follow recipes accurately, & check accuracy of guest checks reading

Staple food of Central America

  • Corn

The danger zone, which is the temperature where bacteria grows rapidly, is located between which two temperatures?

  • 140 to 165 degrees
  • 40 and 140 degrees
  • 0 to 40 degrees

A career is...

  • An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress.
  • Moving swiftly and in an uncontrolled way in a specified direction.
  • A dog.
  • The quality of being suitable for paid work.

Dining habits are similar between cultures and countries.

  • True
  • False

What type of food has a safe internal cooking temperature of 165°F (74°C)?

  • pork
  • meat
  • poultry
  • fish

Even if the food has weird smell it is safe to eat as long as it's not past its expiration date.

  • True
  • Fale

McDonalds would be an example of what type of foodservice operation?

  • Fine dining
  • Casual dining
  • Quick service
  • Quick-casual service

This is the actual amount that a recipe called?

  • portion size
  • actual yield
  • yield
  • total amount

Building customer loyalty by providing promotions and discounts is one way to ensure customer satisfaction.

  • True
  • False

What is buffet service?

  • food on table and you self serve

Briefly state what the image is used for & why it is wrapped up with a piece of cord

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  • used to flavor soups & sauce, tied for easy removal

Time management is the ability to use one's time effectively or productively, especially at work.

  • True
  • False

Why is it important for BOH staff to have food knowledge?

  • So they know ingredients and cooking methods to effectively enhance the flavor of each dish
  • So they can relate to the FOH staff
  • So they know what to order when they have food there themselves

Identify the herb / spice

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  • thyme
  • sage
  • mint
  • rosemary

_______________ is the skill, good judgment, and polite behavior that is expected from a person in any environment.

  • Professionalism

Explain cross contamination in detail.

  • [No Answer]

What is a goal?

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  • A pair of posts linked by a crossbar and often with a net attached behind it, forming a space into or over which the ball has to be sent in order to score.
  • Things I want to accomplish.
  • A point marking the end of a race.
  • The destination of a journey.

What type of dining is when a server at the table takes your order and brings you your food while the menu items are moderately priced and restaurant may have a theme reflected in decor, music, menu, and staff uniforms?

  • Quick-casual service
  • Casual dining
  • Quick service
  • Catering and Banquest

Trained to master forms of food preparation, and usually takes close direction from a chef.

  • Cook
  • Sous Chef
  • Executive Chef
  • Senior Chef

Contains starch, protein, and some vitamins and minerals

  • Endosperm

An emulsion is a special type of mixture made by combining two liquids that normally ... mix.

  • do not
  • do

When reheating food, it must reach ________ degrees for _____ seconds to be safe to eat.

  • 165 15

This type of restaurant provides simple food including coffee, pastries, and sandwiches.

  • Cafe / Bistro
  • Casual Restaurant
  • Fast-Casual Restaurant
  • Fast Food

A _____ ______ is sent with an interest of a job in paragraph/letter form.

  • cover letter

Bakers refer to weighing as _____.

  • scaling

•Which of these parts of a recipe is the amount of an individual serving?

  • portion size
  • ingredient quantity
  • product name
  • yield

Sauce made from egg york and butter is called a ___________.

  • Hollandaise

Explain FATTOM. What does each letter stand for and give an explanation of each letter.

  • [No Answer]

Which of the following are products made from choux pastry?

  • cream puffs & puddings
  • cream puffs & profiterole
  • custard & eclairs
  • cream puffs & pate a choux

Is this cake done?

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  • yes
  • no
  • yes because it didn't spring back
  • no because it didn't spring back

Occurs when a non-contaminated food product comes into contact with an item that is contaminated.

  • Cuisine
  • Mise en Place
  • Contamination
  • Cross-Contamination

What is the name of the group of laws that govern menu descriptions to ensure accuracy?

  • Deceitful Claims Ruling
  • Health Claims Guidelines
  • Menu Declaration Laws
  • Truth in Menu Laws

The seed for a new plant

  • Germ

Two of the four traits of an ethical employee are ​ ​ ​ (a)

  • ahonest and trustworthy
  • honest and smart
  • responsible and judgemental

A resume is a brief account of a person's education, qualifications, and previous experience, typically sent with a job application.

  • True
  • False

What is the best way to extinguish a grease fire?

  • Pour baking soda on it
  • Turn the heat off, place lid on the pot, and smother the fire
  • Turn off the heat and leave the kitchen
  • Leave the kitchen and scream

What is it processed called when they make the milk safe to drink.

  • pasteurized

The term _____ of house refers to all the behind-the-scenes restaurant areas that customers do not see. (4 Letters)

  • back

What is the cooking process for a stock?

  • Bring ingredients to a boil over high heat, then simmer
  • Simmer ingredients over low heat until they reach a boil
  • Boil ingredients over high heat the entire time
  • Bring ingredients to a boil over low heat, then simmer

What is it called when you cook it in water?

  • poached
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