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Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
A convection oven                                               .
  1. cooks faster than a microwave oven.
  2. cooks exactly the same as a conventional oven.
  3. is the only part of a range.
  4. uses a fan to help circulate the heat.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Correctly identify this garnishing tool.
  1. carrot curler
  2. butter curler
  3. zester
  4. citrus juicer
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Why is it important to cut food into uniformly sized pieces?
  1. aesthetic appeal
  2. even cooking
  3. distribution of flavor
  4. easier to stir
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
When during the cooking process is it best to add dairy, such as sour cream, milk or yogurt?
  1. the first 15 minutes
  2. with all the other ingredients
  3. the last 15 minutes
  4. only when the ingredients have cooled
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Measure 2/3 cup shredded cheddar cheese with:
  1. liquid measuring cup
  2. dry measuring cup
  3. measuring spoons
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Measure 1 teaspoon of lemon juice with:
  1. liquid measuring cup
  2. dry measuring cup
  3. measuring spoons
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Why should food be fully thawed before adding to the crockpot?
  1. thawed food takes up less space in the crockpot than frozen food
  2. frozen food may be in the danger zone for too long where bacteria can flourish
  3. thawed food is more flavorful than frozen food
  4. frozen food can only be cooked on the high temperature setting
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
An oven that cooks using tiny energy waves is called a                 oven.
  1. broiler
  2. convectional
  3. microwave
  4. tabletop
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Correctly identify this garnishing tool.
  1. melon scoop
  2. zester
  3. carrot curler
  4. butter curler
Grade 10 Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Identify the small appliance that is best suited for cooking at low temperatures for a long period of time.
  1. microwave oven
  2. toaster oven
  3. crockpot or slow cooker
  4. electric skillet
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
A tool that can be used to cut shortening into flour is a                .
  1. cutting board.
  2. rolling pin.
  3. wire whisk.
  4. pastry blender.
  5. skillet trivet.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Measure 1/2 cup maple syrup with a:
  1. liquid measuring cup
  2. dry measuring cup
  3. measuring spoon
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Used to zest citrus fruits, such as orange or lemon, to add flavoring to baked goods.
  1. grater
  2. peeler
  3. paring knife
  4. kitchen shears
Grade 9 Kitchen Equipment and Tools
What is a serrated knife?
  1. A knife with a zig-zag edge that is used to cut bread with.
  2. A long knife with a smooth blade.
  3. A small knife used for cutting herbs.
  4. A small knife used for cutting small ingredients.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
A basic range includes                                   .
  1. broiler and oven
  2. cooktop and oven.
  3. cooktop, broiler, and toaster pan.
  4. cooktop, broiler, and oven.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
A                   could be used to chop, sliced, mix, blend, and knead dough.
  1. electric blender.
  2. food processor.
  3. food separator.
  4. electric oven.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
This hand held tool is used to smoothly blend ingredients, fold ingredients together, or whip cream.
  1. kitchen stand mixer
  2. rubber spatula
  3. whisk
  4. dessert fork
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
An appliance should not be placed in water unless it is labeled                                   .
  1. with an UL symbol.
  2. with an American seal of approval.
  3. made in America tag.
  4. "immersible"
  5. free coupon for purchase tag.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
A                        can bake, broil and toast breads or other small foods without heating the entire kitchen.
  1. electric skillet.
  2. toaster pot.
  3. toaster oven.
  4. broiling rack skillet.
  5. slow baker.
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Correctly identify this garnishing tool.
  1. V cut knife
  2. corer
  3. citrus carver
  4. apple slicer corer
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