Food And Drink Trivia Quiz #17Printable Trivia Questions About Food and Drink
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Which of the following fruits contains the most vitamin C per 100 grams?
Kiwifruits - Vitamin C is thought to lower cancer risk.
Steak tartare is a beef dish that is served with ...?
a. Dried Beef
b. Heavily Salted Beef
c. Heavily Peppered Beef
d. Uncooked Beef
Uncooked Beef - The modern version of steak tartare was first served in French restaurants sometime in the early 20th century.
Which spirit's name means "Water of Life"?
Whisky - Whiskey is made from fermented grain mash.
In Mexican cuisine, which of these foods is a soft, finely ground wheat flour flatbread?
Tortilla - Tortillas are used to make burritos, amongst other things.
What kind of food is a "Pumpernickel"?
Bread - Pumpernickel originated in the Westphalia region of Germany sometime in the 1400s.
What name is given to a cocktail consisting of Galliano, Vodka and Orange juice?
a. Moscow Mule
b. Harvey Wallbanger
c. Tom Collins
Harvey Wallbanger - A screwdriver is made with orange juice and vodka.
What is the main ingredient in the traditional Russian dish "Coulibiac"?
Fish - A coulibiac is most often filled with salmon or sturgeon, rice, mushrooms, eggs, onions and spices.
Founded in 1987, the restaurant chain "Nandos" serves the cuisine of which nation?
Portugal - Nando's operates about 1,000 outlets in 30 countries.
Sushi is the national dish of which country?
b. South Africa
Japan - Japanese curry and ramen are also considered national dishes of Japan.
"Limburger" is a famous cheese from which nation?
Belgium - Limburger is known for its strong smell.
In a "Scotch Woodcock", what is cooked on toast with eggs?
Anchovies - Scotch Woodcock was a popular dish in the Victorian era.
What is the name of the hot green paste often served in Japanese restaurants?
Wasabi - Wasabi is also called Japanese horseradish.
A "firkin" of beer consists of how many imperial gallons?
9 - Nine imperial gallons is equal to 10.8 US gallons.
"Golden Ball" and "Green Globe" are varieties of what vegetable?
Turnip - The turnip is the heart shield in the arms of Keutschach am See.
Which geographical feature is also the name of a type of lettuce?
Iceberg - Lettuce was first cultivated by the ancient Egyptians.
Which of these is not a common variety of "Asparagus"?
Red - Water makes up approximately 93 percent of asparagus's composition.
Raisins are the dried version of which fruit?
Grape - Raisins are known to stimulate the libido.
What is the main alcoholic ingredient in a "Daiquiri"?
Rum - A citrus juice (such as lime juice) and sugar complete the daiquiri.
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