Food And Drink Trivia Quiz XIVFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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What kind of salad was originally made with apples, celery and
mayonnaise, but now usually has walnuts, too?
Once known as "Italian asparagus", what vegetable gets its more
common name from the Latin word for "branch"?
Vidalia onions get their sweet flavor from what state's soil?
Tradition says that a choirmaster at Cologne Cathedral in Germany
was inspired by shepherds to create what Christmas food?
a. Candy cane
c. Gingerbread man
Rahat loukoum, which literally means "rest for the throat", is a
real delight in what country, the name of which provides part of its English name?
What traditional English vegetable dish is made from the vegetables
left over after a Sunday Roast?
a. Welsh Rabbit
b. Steak and Kidney Pie
c. Bubble and Squeak
d. Bangers and Mash
What gives you the "red" in red flannel hash?
Who would eat a pounded rice cake called mochi to celebrate their
a. The Arabs
b. The Japanese
c. The Jews
d. The Chinese
Popular on Passover, what do Jews call the fish balls made with
ground fish, matzo meal and eggs?
Limburger is a stinky semisoft cheese, named for which country's
The berries found on a juniper tree are used to flavour which
What Christmas treat is, technically, a posset, even though it
isn't served hot anymore?
b. Honey ham
c. Chocolate Yule log
d. Candy cane
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