Biscuits, Bread and Cakes 1

Published: Thursday 23rd January 2014
  1. What shape is a BUNDT cake?
  2. What type of pastry that contains no leavening agent, is often used to make both sweet and savoury pies?
  3. Who is the French patron saint of bakers and pastry chefs?
  4. Thought to have originated when Prince Louis married Queen Victoria's Grand-Daughter, Princess Victoria, what is the name of this marzipan covered multi-coloured sponge cake?
  5. What type of pastry is used to make PROFITEROLES?
  6. With which country would you associate the fruit bread Bara Brith?
  7. Literally translated as "slipper bread", what is the broad flat white bread from Italy known as?
  8. Characterised by its shape of two round loaves, one on top of the other, what do we call this traditional British bread?
  9. Used in baking to melt chocolate and to make creme caramel, what is the name given to a water bath in cooking?
  10. Created in the Renaissance and named after the city in which they were first made, what is the biscuit/pastry made by setting nuts and candied fruit into a caramel disc called?
  11. Originally made by marmalade manufacturer Keiller in Scotland, what is the name of this fruit cake decorated with almonds?
  12. With what type of dough is the German bread PUMPERNICKEL usually made?
  13. What method of baking uses baking paper or parchment to protect the food while cooking?
  14. In which country would you come across the sponge cake coated in chocolate and coconut known as LAMINGTONS?
  15. From which country does the flat bread YUFKA come?
  16. What time of the year is usually nowadays associated with SIMNEL CAKE?
  17. What is the name of the slightly sweet yeast cake often eaten as part of a cream tea?
  18. By what name is the German baked Christmas biscuit somewhat resembling gingerbread known by?
  19. What flavour is the traditional Cornish Fairing biscuit?
  20. What is the name of the traditional almond flavour macaroon biscuit that originated in the Lombardy region of Italy?
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One Comment

  1. jan says:

    very good quiz

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