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College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Sous Chef.
  1. roasts and braises meats
  2. works under and reports to Chef de Cuisine, helps with kitchen management
  3. soup cook
  4. usually a student, gaining kitchen experience doing a variety of tasks
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Grillardin.
  1. vegetable chef
  2. grill cook
  3. dishwasher
  4. manager of the entire food service operation
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Poissonier.
  1. grill cook
  2. soup cook
  3. vegetable chef
  4. fish cook
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Boulanger.
  1. baker
  2. fish cook
  3. vegetable chef
  4. soup cook
College Culinary Skills
The fixed acids in wine are:
  1. malic, tartaric, citric
  2. lactic, fumaric, propionic, butyric
  3. acetic acid and ethyl acetate
  4. All of the above
College Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
When should you remove the machine guard on a slicer?
  1. When cutting raw meat
  2. When cleaning it
  3. When cutting cabbage
  4. When storing it
College Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
How high should the oil be in a deep fryer?
  1. To the outer lip
  2. Enough to cover the food
  3. To the fill line
  4. Nine inches deep
College Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
If oil in a pan catches on fire, your best option is to
  1. move the pan.
  2. throw water on it.
  3. put baking soda on it.
  4. smother it with a lid.
College Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Fresh meat should be stored between what temperatures?
  1. 35-40 degrees fahrenheit
  2. 30-35 degrees fahrenheit
  3. 40-45 degrees fahrenheit
  4. 45-50 degrees fahrenheit
College Culinary Arts
Hybrid grape varieties are                                                         .
  1. a cross between vitis vinifera and another vitis species
  2. a cross between two types of vitis vinifera vines
  3. reproduced from a cutting
  4. not used to create Phylloxera-resistance rootstocks
College Culinary Arts
Machine harvesting can be used to make high quality wine.
  1. True
  2. False
College Culinary Skills
Chardonnay is produced in a narrow range of wine styles.
  1. True
  2. False
College Culinary Skills
Identify the correct description of the Maillard reaction.
  1. single chemical reaction between amino acids and sugar
  2. non-chemical reaction between proteins and fat
  3. complex series of chemical reactions between amino acids and sugar
  4. complex series of chemical reactions between proteins and fat
College Culinary Skills
When short light waves are absorbed by wine it releases what kind of compounds                .
  1. phenols
  2. esters
  3. sulfurous
  4. aldehydes
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Chef de Partie.
  1. senior and line cooks in charge of specific stations
  2. vegetable chef
  3. butcher
  4. prepares and manages entree dishes
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Legumier.
  1. baker
  2. sauce chef
  3. vegetable chef
  4. junior cook, works under one of the Chefs de Partie
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Garde Manger.
  1. sauce chef
  2. ice-cream cook
  3. in charge of cold food preparation and in charge of the pantry
  4. prepares staff meal
College Culinary Skills
Identify the role of the Plongeur or Escuelerie.
  1. fry cook
  2. dishwasher
  3. in charge of cold food preparation and in charge of the pantry
  4. senior and line cooks in charge of specific stations
College Meal Planning
Vitamins and minerals are considered MICROnutrients.
  1. True
  2. False
College Culinary Arts
Beer that is not bottled and poured from a keg is beer that is called                 draught/draft                beer.
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