To cook by dry heat
To moisten food while it is cooking (as meat while roasting) by spooning liquid or fat over it.
To cook in steaming liquid in which bubbles are breaking the surface.
To coat with flour, eggs and crumbs.
To incorporate fat into a flour mixture using a pastry blender, a fork or two knives.
To cut into very small cubes (about ¼ inch).
To cook in a pan w/ a small amount of hot fat.
Blend into a smooth, thick paste or smooth liquid.
To let food stand in oil-acid-mixture for added pieces.
To brown surface quickly.
To cook in liquid just below boiling point on top of range.
To cook in the steam which arises from the pan of boiling water or other liquid.
To cook slowly in a small amount of liquid for a long time
To lightly mix ingredients without mashing them.
To beat rapidly to produce expansion through the incorporation of air, as in egg whites and whipping cream.
Slightly pre-cook in water or steam.
To decrease the amount of liquid by boiling
Type of measuring cup for milk
Type of measuring cup for flour
Before starting your recipe you should fill the sink with hot soapy water and what?
Inglemoor's mascot is a....
What is the abbreviation for the shortest day of the week at Inglemoor?
Three teaspoons is the equivalent of one....
The most common abbreviation for gallon is ...
The abbreviation for ounce is...
The abbreviation for minute is
To warm up an oven is also known as what?
Blending together butter and sugar into a smooth substance is also known as.....
Eggs come from a
The abbreviation for pound is...
When cutting in butter or shortening into flour, we use a pastry _____________

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