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Food And Drink Trivia Quiz VII

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With ice cream - It can also mean braised with wine.In French, "a la mode" means "fashionable". What does it mean in food?

       a. Attractively presented
       b. With ice cream
       c. On the side
       d. Eaten outside


Toucan - Don't replace milk with Guinness on your Froot Loops, though.What tropical bird have both Guinness beer and Froot Loops used as their mascot?

       a. Toucan
       b. Macaw
       c. Flamingo
       d. Hummingbird


Duck sauce - Often served in little plastic packets, it is used as a dipping sauce.Plum sauce is also known by what avian name?

       a. Turkey sauce
       b. Duck sauce
       c. Swallow sauce
       d. Flamingo sauce


Botulism - Sausage production creates a moist, warm, anerobic environment ideal for Clostridium botulinum.You might get what form of food poisoning by eating sausage, for which it is named?

       a. Botulism
       b. Ptomaine
       c. Trichinosis
       d. Salmonellosis


Philadelphia - That's a lot of cheese!In what cheesy city of brotherly love would you fall in love with cream cheese and cheese steak?

       a. Philadelphia
       b. San Francisco
       c. New Orleans
       d. Chicago


Turkey - There are other theories as well, involving inactivity and booze.Although heavy, carb-filled meals are probably to blame for the drowsiness, what holiday food does contain tryptophan, a known sedative?

       a. Pumpkins
       b. Turkey
       c. Cranberries
       d. Sugarcane


Chicken soup - The cysteine comes from the chicken, potassium from vegetables (especially parsnips), piperine from the pepper, and alliin from garlic.Feeling under the weather, I self-medicate with cysteine, as well as with water hot enough to dissolve alliin, piperine and potassium ions. What traditional remedy have I prescribed myself?

       a. Chicken soup
       b. Beef stew
       c. Clam chowder
       d. Gumbo


Chefs - By tradition, it has 100 pleats, one for each way to make an egg.Who would wear a white hat called a toque blanche, which is designed to circulate air over the head, apparently by Marie-Antoine Careme as a way to confer status?

       a. Chefs
       b. Elite soldiers
       c. Catholic clergy
       d. Soccer players


Liver - It literally means 'paste of the fat liver'. The geese (sometimes ducks) are force-fed until they get fatter than the average computer nerd.What part of the goose gets pasted to make pate de foie gras?

       a. Kidney
       b. Liver
       c. Heart
       d. Gizzard


Sauerkraut - The name literally means 'sour cabbage' in German.Americans renamed French fries "freedom fries" during the Iraq War. And at one time, what did they rename "liberty cabbage"?

       a. Romaine
       b. Endive
       c. Sauerkraut
       d. Cauliflower


Onions - It acidifies when it comes in contact with water, which is why it stings your eyes. Chilling the onions first neutralizes the propanethial-S-oxide.You'll cry if you cut this, but only if the propanethial-S-oxide finds its way to your eyes. What food is this?

       a. Stinky cheese
       b. Garlic
       c. Onions
       d. Asparagus


Navy - The dish is often sweetened with molasses or maple syrup and flavored with salt pork or bacon.What kind of beans are used to make Boston baked beans?

       a. Pinto
       b. Lima
       c. Navy
       d. Kidney


St. Louis - The city also prides itself on its toasted ravioli and gooey butter cake.Reputedly, the home of the ice cream cone, the hot dog and iced tea, thanks to the 1904 World Fair, what city is known for the very thin crusts of its pizza?

       a. San Francisco
       b. St. Louis
       c. Philadelphia
       d. New Orleans


Cortina d'Ampezzo - The community is in Italy.Which is the name, not of a tasty drink, but of a ski resort that once hosted the Olympics?

       a. Cortina d'Ampezzo
       b. Frangelico
       c. Grand Marnier
       d. Cointreau


Dame Nellie Melba - Melba toast was a dry toast to help her upset tummy, and peach Melba is a peachy ice cream with raspberry sauce. French chef Georges Auguste Escoffier named the dishes.What Australian soprano could be served ... so to speak ... with peaches or as a toast?

       a. Dame Nellie Melba
       b. Dame Joan Sutherland
       c. Dame Edna Everage
       d. Dame Sylvester Graham



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