Top Culinary Art Quizzes & Trivia

Mmm, do you smell that? And it looks delicious also. Wonder what it tastes like. Let’s see... tastes like a new challenge from the quiz oven. It’s culinary arts time and you’re in for some great treats. Have a look at some of the entrees we got cooking for you.

Where could one find the HRC Culinary Academy in Europe? What’s the role of a food stylist? What is “Le Cordon Bleu”? What’s the highest number of Michelin stars a restaurant is able to obtain? Where is the famous chef Gordon Ramsay from? How many seasons are there in the US version of MasterChef? How do you like your serving of hot, delicious questions? Ready for the main course? We’ll be serving dessert also, so save some room for that as well.

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  •  What was Cotton Candy originally called?
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  • How are shrimps categorized?
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  • What is a pork butt?
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  • Two or more people who interect to achieve a common goal is called a

  • Which of the following will prevent positive teamwork?

  • Which of the following is NOT required to be written in a recipe?

  • Sauteed meats should be turned rather frequently during the cooking process to ensure even cooking.
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  • The primary purpose of heating the saute pan is to cut down on the overall cooking time.
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  • Sweating typically uses a lower cooking temperature than that of saute.
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  • True or FalseA brigade is a group of workers assigned to a specific set of tasks.
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  • True or False In fine dining restaurants the maitre d is responsible for explaining the menu to guests.
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  • True or FalseThe sous-chef is also known as the second chef.
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