Food And Drink Trivia Quiz #18Printable Trivia Questions About Food and Drink
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The top selling American whiskey in the world, Jack Daniel's is manufactured in which US state?
Tennessee - Jack Daniel's was founded in 1875.
What Asian country is the world's leading producer of tea at 1,000,130 tons per year?
China - Tea comes from the cured leaves of the Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia.
First discovered in 1909, what vitamin is also known as "Retinol"?
A - Vitamin A affects the production of human growth hormone.
Quite sweet, this Greek dessert is made with filo pastry, chopped nuts and held together with honey.
c. Cypriot Flaouna
Baklava - Typically walnuts or pistachios are used for the dessert.
What is the main meat ingredient of the Swedish dish "Artsoppa"?
Ham - Artsoppa is a pea or split pea soup.
Which alcoholic spirit is used in a pina colada cocktail?
Rum - Often garnished with a pineapple wedge and maraschino cherry.
Often served at Christmas, "Stollen" is a German type of what?
a. Fruit Bread
Fruit Bread - Stollen is usually made with chopped candied fruit, nuts and spices.
Made with spiced minced meat and an egg-based topping, "Bobotie" is the national dish of which country?
a. South Africa
South Africa - The meat used for the dish is most often beef or lamb.
Coleslaw traditionally contains shredded carrots and what other vegetable?
Cabbage - A slaw variant is broccoli slaw, which uses shredded broccoli instead of cabbage.
Popular in the 1950s and 1960s in Australia, a carpetbag steak is stuffed with what inside the meat?
Oysters - The earliest known reference to carpetbag steak is in an 1891 US newspaper.
In cookery, the term "Lyonnaise" indicates that a particular vegetable is used in a dish. Which vegetable?
Onion - An adjective, lyonnaise means 'cooked with onions'.
In French cooking, "A La Crecy" means garnished or served with which vegetable?
Carrots - The term can also describe a dish that has carrots as an ingredient.
How is an "Alligator Pear" better known?
Avocado - The avocado tree is native to South Central Mexico.
"Port Salut" is a semi-soft, mild tasting yellow cheese from which country?
France - Port Salut comes from Pays de la Loire, France.
Which of the following is not a type of grape?
Balaton - Balaton is a sweet-tart cherry.
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