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1) Graham Kerr (born January 22, 1934 in London) is
a famous cooking and television personality. He was first known as?
- The Frugal Gourmet
- The Galloping Gourmet
- The Dinner Time Gourmet
2) What English college did Graham attend?
- Essex College
- Brighton College
- Yale College
3) Graham spent five years in the British Army.
What did he do?
- Catering adviser
4) In 1958, he moved. Where did he move too?
- New Zealand
5) He became popular on radio and magazines. What
was his first book�s title?
- You Can Have It Your Way by Graham Kerr
- The Graham Kerr Cookbook by the Galloping Gourmet
- Entertaining with Kerr
6) The Galloping Gourmet series became on of the
most successful programs on television. However, the series ended in
1971. Why did the series end?
- Car accident that left Graham temporarily
- He was called back to military duty.
- His wife's heart attack.
7) A few years later, Graham appeared back on
television with a 5 minute cooking program. What was the series' name?
- The Galloping Gourmet Returns
- Take Kerr
- Praise God
8) In 1995 he appeared on a TV special with another
renown chef. Who was the person.
- Jeffrey Tantum
- Julia Child
- Bob Ross
9) After his wife Treena's heart attack in 1986,
Graham was prompted to create a new style of cooking. This new method of
food preparation minimized fat and cholesterol, while it maximized
aroma, color, texture, and taste. It led to two successful cookbooks:
Kerr's Smart Cooking and
Graham Kerr's Minimax Cookbook along
with corresponding series in syndication, on the Discovery Channel and
Public Television. What did he call this style?
- Trina's Secret
- Pleasure Bound
10) The origin of the
persona stemmed from a 1967 book he co-authored called
Gourmets. They got their nickname from a 35-day worldwide trek to
the finest restaurants around the globe. Who was his co-author?
- Treena Kerr
- Len Evan
- Julia Child