Menu Terms. Vinaigrette. Sauce commonly used on _________________________. Comprised of oil and acid, such as vinegar or _______________. Lettuce. ________. ________ (usually used in Caesar Salads). Boston Leaf. Scallions. Also known as ______________________.
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Sauce commonly used on _________________________.
Comprised of oil and acid, such as vinegar or _______________
(usually used in Caesar Salads)
Also known as ______________________.
Tend to be ___________ than other onions.
Used in many Asian recipes.
Diced scallions are often used in soups and seafood dishes.
The French word for ______________.
A rich, flaky ________________
Shaped as a crescent with a crisp texture on the outside, flaky and layered in the center.
A _______ roll that is used for sandwiches
A piece of meat, fish or poultry which is ___________ or has had all the __________
One of the ______________ beef steaks on the market.
Cut off of the back of the cow from the ____________.
Consists of a muscle that does little work, so it is particularly tender.
Cut of beef taken from the _____ ___of cattle.
Such tender cuts usually come from the least used muscles.
Richly _____with fat.
Rib-eye steak is a boneless cut from the rib section.
The _______ in its name refers to the round cross-section of a muscle that is not well exercised, so rib-eye steak is very_______.
The _______ part of the loin of beef.
This cut is near the hip, thus a little ______ tender but still excellent for roasting
Originally consisting of _________, _________, and parmesan cheese.
Modern versions add garlic, peas.
Sauce for pasta.
Contains ______, garlic and ______
Chef Fred K. Schmidt at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, created The Hot Brown sandwich in 1926.
The band played late, taking a break around midnight.
People would retire to the restaurant for a bite to eat.
Bored with the traditional ham and eggs, Chef Schmidt, created the Hot Brown.
A classic _____ _____ cheese, usually made with sheep's milk. It's crumbly, and has a _____flavor.
semi-soft cow's milk cheese characterized by ____ ____of mold and a very strong aroma.
Flour tortilla turnover.
Usually stuffed with _______, then toasted, _______ or _______.
Japanese green ___________ powder.
Made into Wasabi Paste by stirring in water.
Used for dipping sauce with soy sauce when eating __________
Rice rolled with _______, fish, or ______,
Wrapped in nori (thin sheets of dried __________) and sliced into rounds.
Usually eaten as an _____________.
Shrimp is cooked, peeled and _________.
Served with sauce.
Also known as _________ __________
Not related to the dolphin mammals.
Main course which combines __________ and ________
Usually __________ and _________.
World's most well-known _____ wine grapes.
"Chardonnay" has become almost synonymous in the mass market with a generic “glass of white wine.”
Usually from __________
Simple and often slightly _______
Very good ______-wine grape.
Smooth and mellow red wine.
Excellent _________, full-flavored, white wine made from Chardonnay grapes