Gourmet Terms

Do you know the difference between fondant and fondue? Try this quiz to find out what the experts call your favourite food.

Points available: 10

1:

What is oenology?

2:

Which of the following does a demi-glace traditionally contain?

3:

Which is the closest in meaning to "macerate"?

4:

What part of a cooked bird is called the "pope's nose" or "parson's nose"?

5:

Which part of the fruit is called the "zest"?

6:

Where does isinglass come from?

7:

Which of these is a kind of frosting?

8:

Which of the following, when layered, can the term "Neapolitan" refer to?

9:

What are "pommes frites"?

10:

What does "hard sauce" traditionally accompany?