Quiz: Think You Could Be a Chef? Take This Quiz!
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Think You Could Be a Chef? Take This Quiz!
By: Talin Vartanian
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About This Quiz

A wide variety of cooking techniques are used by chefs on a daily basis to produce high-quality, gourmet meals. Today, we're taking a look at some sauces, herbs and fun kitchen facts that will teach you some basics of cuisines and cooking!

Let's take a look at some glossary terms. Before any chef begins to cook, he or she will have everything prepped, set up and ready to go. There's a fancy term for this. A chef will also use a mixture of vegetables and seasonings to whip up a strong base for flavoring soups and stews. These include a mirepoix and the "holy trinity." The "holy trinity" refers to specific ingredients and is popular in a variety of Southern recipes.

You might also be familiar with some types of sauces, like tomato sauce, pesto sauce and Hollandaise sauce. Do you know the ingredients used to create these sauces, and do you know which classic dishes they enhance?

Do you think you love cooking enough to take this 35-question quiz? If you ever get stuck, feel free to utilize the attached hint for each question, which will guide you to the correct answer! Don't let the kitchen heat get to you - take this quiz now to see how much you know!



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