Here are the answers:
- According to Wikipedia, Gordon Ramsay’s first TV appearance as a chef was in which programme?
- Faking It
- Boiling Point
- The F-Word
- Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares
It seems hard to imagine TV without him, doesn’t it? But 1998 was the first time he graced our screens, with this five-part documentary about his attempt to create a restaurant to win him his third Michelin star.
- If you ordered a Japanese dish of kurage, what main ingredient would it contain?
Mr Not Delia and I tried this a few months ago – it really wasn’t bad at all. You can read more about it here:
Starz Diner revisited
- Salvia officinalis is a fairly commonly used culinary herb in Britain. Which of the following is it?
It’s native to the Mediterranean and is renowned for its medicinal as well as its culinary properties (its Latin name derives from the word meaning “to heal”).
- Bouchot is a French technique for growing which edible creature?
The technique involves driving piles into the sea bed between high and low tide and tying ropes to them in a spiral – the mussels grow on the ropes and can easily be recovered that way.
- The Cornish Cross is a breed of which farmed animal?
Also known as the Cornish Rock, the Cornish Cross is bred for its meat rather than as a layer.
How did you get on?