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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What book did Bill find out about a 15th century cook?
(a) "De Volupta et Valitudine."
(b) "De Honesta Voluptate et Valetudine."
(c) "De Menagare Pasta Alumina."
(d) "De Honest Valitudine."
2. Why was Holly Burling hired?
(a) She had 25 years experience.
(b) She studied in Batali's school.
(c) She studied in Italy.
(d) She accepted to work for free.
3. What did Batali really want to do?
(a) Become an architect.
(b) Learn to cook like his grandmother.
(c) Become a veterinarian.
(d) Have his own TV show.
4. What restaurant did Batali open in 1992?
(a) The Rocco.
(b) The Dolce Vita.
(c) The Po.
(d) The Roccoco.
5. What bled into Marco Pierre White's life according to Bill?
(a) His ordering people around.
(b) His bad temper.
(c) His schedule.
(d) He poor management skills.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Batali do before working at the Four Seasons hotel?
2. Why did the meals that Batali cooked on TV never turn out quite the same as in his restaurant according to Bill?
3. What large cities was the city Batali studied cooking between?
4. What stuffed fish did Bill have trouble with at the grill?
5. What station did Bill say he had to take over in Chapter 15?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was the restaurant called Otto doomed to fail, according to Chapter 15?
2. What station did Bill want to work in Chapter 12?
3. How famous was Batali at the time he and Bill met?
4. Who did Bill Buford invite to dinner in "Dinner with Mario"?
5. What did Bill become in Chapter 1, and what did it teach Bill?
6. What promotion did Bill receive in Chapter 9, and what did the position entail?
7. What was Bil's first introduction to kitchen politics in Chapter 3?
8. What did Bill learn about polenta in Chapter 14?
9. Where did Batali move in California, and what did he do?
10. What does Bill learn about clams despite not liking them?
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