Food And Drink Trivia Quiz VFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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Also known as the mandarin orange, what citrus fruit was named for
an ancient city in Morocco?
c. Valencia orange
Unsurprisingly, what Belgian liqueur with a tangerine flavor and
cognac base is the main ingredient in a cocktail called a Waterloo?
a. Lemon Waterloo
b. Mandarin Napoleon
c. Tangerine Wellington
d. Brandy Alexander
As the story goes, Captain Hanson Gregory of Maine (or maybe the
Amish) made what change to the doughnut?
a. Added the hole
b. Added jelly filling
c. Glazed it
d. Gave them to Homer Simpson
During the 2001 British election, what dish developed in Glasgow in
the 1960s did Foreign Secretary Robin Cook describe as "a true British national dish"?
a. Chicken tikka masala
b. Sweet and sour pork
c. Teriyaki steak
Linguine is named for what body part, which is crucial to your
enjoyment of linguine?
What will a pescetarian eat that most vegetarians won't?
Three of these items are from the same plant. The other is a staple
in Thai cooking. What is the odd spice out?
a. Chinese parsley
c. Lemon grass
d. Coriander leaves
Rainbow trout is often served amandine, meaning that it is cooked
with what item?
Pork comes from just about anywhere on a pig. But to be ham, where
on the pig must the meat come from?
a. Hind leg
If you buy this fruit canned, odds are it's the Bartlett variety.
What is it?
What pasta dish probably gets its name from a slang word for a chamber pot?
Made of paper-thin slices of raw beef, served cold, what Italian
antipasto was named for a Venetian painter known for such works as The Legend of Saint Ursula?
A White Russian is someone from Belarus, an anti-Red Russian, or a
drink containing all but which of these ingredients?
b. Vanilla beans
d. Milk or cream
And it's grown there, too. What fruit juice do you add to vodka to
get a Cape Codder?
a. Cranberry juice
b. Orange juice
c. Apple juice
d. Grape juice
Served improperly in a Japanese restaurant, fugu can kill you. It
certainly killed kabuki actor Mitsugoro Bando in 1975. What is fugu?
a. Puffer fish
b. Mushroom salad
c. Rattlesnake stew
d. Fried insects
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