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Jeopardy Using Recipes T/F Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Cooking Terms More Terms Random
$100 Question from Using Recipes What does the abbreviation t stand for?
$100 Answer from Using Recipes teaspoon
$200 Question from Using Recipes What does the abbreviation for c stand for?
$200 Answer from Using Recipes cup
$300 Question from Using Recipes What tool is used to scrape food out of bowls and fold delicate ingredients together?
$300 Answer from Using Recipes Rubber scraper
$400 Question from Using Recipes What tool is used to cut flour into solid fat when preparing biscuits?
$400 Answer from Using Recipes Pastry blender
$500 Question from Using Recipes What appliance uses assorted blades and discs to chop, blend, mix and perform a variety of other specialized jobs?
$500 Answer from Using Recipes Food processor
$100 Question from Cooking Terms What is the abbreviation for tablespoon?
$100 Answer from Cooking Terms T
$200 Question from Cooking Terms How many ounces are in a pound?
$200 Answer from Cooking Terms 16
$300 Question from Cooking Terms How many pints are in a quart?
$300 Answer from Cooking Terms 2
$400 Question from Cooking Terms Chopping is a technique in which ______________
$400 Answer from Cooking Terms Food is cut into small, randomly sized pieces
$500 Question from Cooking Terms To mix using a spoon with a circular motion is to _____________
$500 Answer from Cooking Terms Stir
$100 Question from More Terms When washing dishes by hand, what is the best order to wash them in? (plates, glasses, pans)
$100 Answer from More Terms Glasses, plates, pans
$200 Question from More Terms A Lean Cuisine meal would be an example of a _________________ food.
$200 Answer from More Terms convenience
$300 Question from More Terms An advantage of convenience foods is ____________________.
$300 Answer from More Terms They are quick and easy
$400 Question from More Terms A disadvantage of convenience foods is _______________________.
$400 Answer from More Terms They often contain more fat and sugar and they cost more
$500 Question from More Terms The part of the recipe that provides the number of servings is the:
$500 Answer from More Terms Yield
$100 Question from Random Bon Appetite, Southern Living, Better Homes and Garden are
$100 Answer from Random Magazines with recipes
$200 Question from Random Nested cups that contains ¼, 1/3, ½ and 1 full cup are:
$200 Answer from Random Measuring cups
$300 Question from Random A piece of equipment used for cutting shortening into dry ingredients is known as:
$300 Answer from Random Pastry blender
$400 Question from Random Which kitchen appliance quickly cooks, defrosts, and reheats most foods?
$400 Answer from Random Microwave oven
$500 Question from Random Three teaspoons equals one:
$500 Answer from Random Tablespoon
$100 Question from T/F Dry measuring cups can also be used to measure ingredients that are not dry, such as yogurt and jam.
$100 Answer from T/F T
$200 Question from T/F If a recipe calls for one tablespoon of fresh herbs, it is ok to use one tablespoon of dried herbs instead.
$200 Answer from T/F F
$300 Question from T/F The main work centers of a kitchen should form a work square that defines the primary path of work flow.
$300 Answer from T/F F
$400 Question from T/F Shaking the cup when measuring flour allows you to get a more accurate measurement.
$400 Answer from T/F F
$500 Question from T/F Convenience foods are also called processed foods.
$500 Answer from T/F T
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