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Chapter 19

Culinary Arts

What are the five types of sandwiches? closed sandwiches, opened-faced snadwiches, triple-decker sandwiches, finger sandwiches, and wraps
What provides a base for sandwiches? bread
What are the main types of breads? Pullman loafs, crossiants, and focaccia
Besides bread what else can you use to make sandwiches? rolls and other speciality breads
What are the main types of rolls? kaiser rolls and torpedo rolls
What are some examples of speciality breads? pita, tortilla, chapatti, phyllo, and crepe
What are the three main types of sandwich spreads? butter, mayonnaise, and vegetable purees
What does a butter spread add to the sandwich? smooth and rich flavor
What would margarine replace or substitute? butter
What has been the spread choice for sandwiches for generations? mayonnaise
What is mayonnaise made of? a permanent suspension of egg yolks, oil, and vinegar or lemon juice
What is Pesto? a sauce made by combining olive oil, pine nuts or walnuts, a hard cheese, and fresh basil, garlic, salt, and pepper
Whate are vegetable purees typically made of? chopped olives, avacados, or eggplant
Do vegetable purees always provide moisture barriers? no
What can sandwich fillings consist of? hot or cold meats, poultry, fish, cheese, and vegetables
What is the only limit to your sandwich fillings? your imagination
What is saurekraut? a finely sliced cabbage that has been fermented in brine
What, besides meat, is often use as a main source of protein in sandwiches? cheese
Created by: kmharnage