Rocedure for Making Iced

The following method makes 1 gallon (4 L). The tea is brewed stronger to allow for melting ice.

2. Bring 1 quart (1 L) water to a boil and pour over the tea.

3. Steep 5 minutes. Remove tea bags, or strain out loose leaves.

5. Hold at room temperature up to 4 hours. Refrigeration may make the tea cloudy.

6. Serve over ice.

■ TERMS FOR REVIEW

pasteurized

light cream

butter

instant coffee

ultra-pasteurized

half-and-half

clarified butter

espresso

ultra-high-temperature

sour cream

margarine

cappuccino

pasteurization

crème fraîche

ripened cheese

latte

whole milk

buttermilk

double-crème cheese

café au lait

milk fat

yogurt

triple-crème cheese

macchiato

butterfat

evaporated milk

chèvre

Americano

skim milk

condensed milk

process cheese

breve

low-fat milk

dried whole milk

specialty cheese

mocha

flavored milk

nonfat dry milk

artisan cheese

herbal tea

homogenized

curdling

farmstead cheese

chai

whipping cream

scorching

■ QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION

1. What is curdling, and how can you prevent it when cooking with milk?

2. What is washed-rind cheese? Describe the typical appearance of washed-rind cheese and compare it to mold-rind cheese.

3. Why does cheese combine more smoothly with a sauce at low heat than at high heat?

4. Why is using the proper grind important in making coffee?

5. Describe the procedure for making coffee in an urn.

6. Describe the proper method for making tea.

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