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ENGLISH FOR KITCHEN STAFF
topic: General English vocabulary used by kitchen staff 1



If you work in a restaurant kitchen and want to improve your English in order to communicate better, this exercise is for you. Fill in each blank with the proper (best) response from the list on the right:

fries
sharpen
taste
special
raw
proportions
refrigerate
running out
simmer
blend
1. I have to this knife. It's too dull.

2. these ingredients. = Mix these ingredients thoroughly.

3. Are we going to cook the vegetables, or are we going to serve them ?

4. Make sure you measure all the ingredients. The have to be correct.

5. We're of parsley. Go to the store (UK = shop) and buy some.

6. To "" something means to cook it just below the boiling point.

7. The of the day is vegetarian lasagna.

8. He ordered , not baked potatoes.

9. When I cook, I often what I'm preparing to make sure it tastes the way it should.

10. Please the juice. Otherwise it'll go bad.









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Dining in southern Europe? Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece, were once regarded as relatively cheap destinations, but this in changing quite fast. An average meal in Barcelona will cost you €13-17, in Rome, €18-22. Prices in all of these countries are now pretty much on-par with prices in the rest of Europe... and sometimes they're even higher.


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