At Cape Grace, the Festive spirit is upon us and we’d like YOU to be part of that Christmas cheer! By completing the food terminology competition below, you stand the chance of winning dinner for two in Signal Restaurant to the value of R500.00.
You’ll find all the answers to the questions below in the previous Menu 101 blog posts - the first letter of each answer will spell out the name of a place you’re very familiar with (this is your answer!)
1. The name given to meat such as goose, duck or pork that has been cooked and preserved in its own fat. [Clue: Lesson 1]
2. A sweetener commercially produced in Mexico and South Africa. Its nectar is sweeter than honey, though less viscous. [Clue: Lesson 1]
3. A lightly spiced and cured bacon from Italy. [Clue: Lesson 2]
4. Foam or froth, developed as a molecular gastronomy technique. [Clue: Lesson 1]
5. Any of various elaborate cakes, usually layered with cream and richly decorated. [Clue: Lesson 3]
6. An Italian dish of rice cooked in broth and flavoured with grated cheese and other ingredients. [Clue: Lesson 2]
7. Garlic-flavored mayonnaise made from pounded cloves of garlic, egg yolks, oil, and seasoning. Just before it is served, lemon juice and a little cold water are added. It is served as a sauce for a variety of garnishes and main courses. [Clue: Lesson 4]
8. A thick soup or stew made of clams, fish or vegetables with potatoes, onion and other ingredients and seasoning. [Clue: Lesson 2]
9. Malika van Reenen is Signal’s ………….. Chef [Clue: a word also used in business]
TO ENTER: E-mail your answer to email@example.com
CONGRATULATIONS TO HEATHER SAUNDERS FOR WINNING OUR COMPETITION! We hope you enjoy your dinner with us in Signal Restaurant!