Food Trivia Questions And Answers

One thing that brings people together is food. You know – that juicy Texas Barbecue, the sweet apple pie, delicious pudding you never knew about, or the turkey for Thanksgiving. That’s why we try to learn every day new recipes for preparing new foods. And what better way to understand what goes into your stomach than engaging in trivia questions?

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Our food trivia questions will definitely make you more knowledgeable about what we put in our mouths – whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other day.

Below, we have prepared “mouth-watering” trivia questions for your kids, your friends, or your family. We believe you’ll love them! Let’s see how familiar you are with the foods that adults and kids eat on a daily basis by answering the numerous questions that we have prepared for you.

Food  and Drink Trivia Questions 

What’s the most ordered food in America? Who invented Coca-Cola? These food trivia questions look simple, right? Well, try them and challenge your mind and see whether you are as good as you thought.

Food Trivia  for Fun Games

What beans are used to make baked beans? What are the health benefits of consuming baked beans? What is the national dish of Germany? Think you know the answers to these medical, health and other food trivia questions? Why don’t you try them even with your friends and jog your mind?

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Food trivia quiz questions

  • What type of wheat is used to make pasta?

    Durum

  • Gluten is found in which cereal grain?

    Wheat

  • Grenadine is obtained from which fruit?

    Pomegranate

  • Who is replacing Sandi Toksvig as host of The Great British Bake Off for the 2020 series?

    Matt Lucas

  • How many calories does a glass of water contain?

    Zero

  • What are the real names of the Hairy Bikers?

    Dave Myers and Si King

  • What spirit is mixed with ginger beer in a Moscow mule?

    Vodka

  • Aduki, borlotti and cannellini are types of what?

    Beans

  • Which foul-mouthed chef hosted the Kitchen Nightmares series?

    Gordon Ramsay

  • What type of food is Pumpernickel?

    Bread

  • Which bakery launched a sell-out vegan sausage roll in January 2019?

    Greggs

  • From which type of flower does a vanilla pod come?

    Orchid

  • What is James Bond’s favourite tipple?

    Vodka Martini – shaken not stirred

  • In a Thanksgiving episode of Friends, which unconventional ingredient does Rachel include in her “traditional English trifle”?

    Beef (sautéed with peas and onions)

  • If you are diagnosed with Coeliac disease, which protein are you unable to eat?

    Gluten

  • Which three sauces make up Prawn Cocktail Sauce?

    Mayonnaise, ketchup and Worcestershire sauce

  • Which MasterChef presenter was formerly a green grocer?

    Gregg Wallace

  • Are Jaffa Cakes legally a cake or a biscuit?

    In 1991, a court ruled that Jaffa Cakes were a cake and not a biscuit (which meant that a lower rate of VAT applied to them)

  • What are some odd food names?

    Sweetbreads

  • Which country is best known for its vibrant street food culture?

    Bangkok Thailand

  • What does the restaurant A&W stand for?

    Allen ad Wright

  • Which food is poisonous and can kill if eaten when not mature?

    Cassava

  • The sweetest food substance in the world is a protein in nature and not a carbohydrate. True or False?

    True

  • What are the three English name food that starts with the letter X?

    Xavier steak, Xocolatl, Xylocarp cakes

  • What is the single longest food name in the world?

    Lopado­temacho­selacho­galeo­kranio­leipsano­drim­hypo­trimmato­silphio­karabo­melito­katakechy­meno­kichl­epi­kossypho­phatto­perister­alektryon­opte­kephallio­kigklo­peleio­lagoio­siraio­baphe­tragano­pterygon

  • What is the most preferred drink between wines and beer?

    Beer

  • Lion’s milk is the national drink for which country?

    Turkey

  • What is the most ordered food online in the world?

    Chicken

  • What is the act of serving food in flames?

    Flambe

  • In which country is maize meal a staple food?

    Most African countries

  • From which Italian city did Pizza originate?

    The city of Naples

  • Affogato is an Italian dessert consisting of Ice cream and coffee. True or False?

    True

  • Which animals are eaten alive as food?

    Chilled ants, wormy cheese, sea urchins, breathing fish, termites.

  • Margarita is a cocktail made of lime juice, orange, and tequila. True or False?

    True

  • What is the main ingredient in Sushi?

    Raw fish and rice

  • What is the national drink for the US?

    Bourbon whiskey

  • What makes water or wine to be labeled sparkling?

    Sparkling wines are wines with a higher level of carbon dioxide that makes them fizzy with bubbles.

  • What does the label Halal in food mean?

    Halal means permitted or lawful

  • Meat and potatoes mentality of America is of which two foods?

    Hamburgers and potatoes

  • State dish of Texas?

    Chili con carne

  • State food of South Carolina?

    Boiled Peanuts

  • Baklava belongs to which country?

    Greece

  • What is the topping of cottage pie?

    Mashed Potato

  • State fruit of New York?

    Apple

  • Which stew originated in Louisiana?

    Gumbo

  • What is the state prepared dish of Connecticut?

    Steamed cheeseburger

  • Arepas belongs to which Latin American country?

    Venezuela

  • Which European country Serrano ham is from?

    Spain

  • Beetroot is the main ingredient of which traditional Eastern soup?

    Borscht

  • Name the traditional yeast bread of Chile?

    La marraqueta

  • (You deserve a break today) is a slogan of which fast food chain?

    McDonalds

  • During the WWII, what alternative name was used for the hamburgers?

    Salisbury steak

  • Name the infusion made from Yerba plant and served in gourd with a metal straw?

    Yerba mate

  • From which country, the superfood Acai berry comes from?

    Northern Brazil

  • For which food Peru is known for?

    Ceviche and fried guinea pig

  • How many American states have adopted different fruit pies as their official state food?

    3

  • Official state dessert of Massachusetts?

    Boston cream pie

  • Name the sweet flan that looks like an Iceberg?

    Baked Alaska

  • Name the Italian Pizza with Tomato sauce and Mozzarella?

    Margherita

  • A milk can dinner belongs to which state of America?

    Wisconsin

  • In Tennessee, what food item firstly made at the Chattanooga Bakery?

    Moon Pies

  • The Pizza “Capricciosa” is incomplete without?

    Ham

  • What is the official state bread of South Dakota, which has its origin Navajo tribe?

    Fry bread

  • In 1993, what drink the Rhode Island adopted as the state’s beverage?

    Coffee Milk

  • State Pasta of Iowa?

    Buttered Noodles

  • Official state fruit of Utah?

    Cherries

  • Goulash belongs to which country?

    Hungary

  • Name the state-prepared food of Georgia?

    Grits

  • Cassoulet is a dish belongs to which European country?

    France

  • What is the national drink of Turkey?

    Raki also known as Lion’s Milk

  • Which food is a part of the culinary legacy of southeast Mexico?

    cochinita pibi

  • The Netherlands is famous for which Dutch cow’s cheese?

    Gouda

  • Name the first Pizzeria of the United States?

    Lombardi’s Pizza

  • Name the American credited for making Ice cream sandwich?

    Jeri Quizno

  • Which American food item is rumored to survive a nuclear attack?

    Twinkies

  • Name the salad invented in 1937 by Bob Cobb?

    Cobb Salad

  • What is the American food variation for the French Fries?

    Tater Tot

  • Name the first soda (pop) manufactured in America?

    Vernor’s Ginger Ale

  • Red Vines is a popular brand of what type of candy?

    Red licorice

  • Cured Salmon is the main ingredient of which food?

    Gravlax

  • The official state pie of Florida is?

    Key lime pie

  • Ice cream capital of the world?

    Iowa

  • Popcorn town of America?

    Indiana

  • Where is the oldest McDonalds’ franchise in America?

    Downey, California

  • Which pie is made up of beef?

    Cottage pie

  • Name the popular American snack cake produced and sold by Dolly Madison and Hostess?

    Zingers

  • Which delicious and famous food item formerly known as a cure for diarrhea?

    Tomato Ketchup

  • Name the oldest drink of America?

    Doctor

  • Who invented iced tea?

    Richard Blechynden

  • Name the sandwich which has connotations with the American Pilgrim fathers and Thanksgiving Day?

    Pilgrim (Puritan

  • Name the first food consumed on the moon in the Apollo 11 moon mission?

    Turkey

  • Who invented Coca-Cola?

    John Pemberton

  • Canola is an abbreviation for what?

    Canadian Oil

  • Name an occasion on which Pumpkin pie is prepared in the United States and Canada?

    Thanksgiving

  • Name the American who invented condensed milk?

    Gail Borden, Jr.

  • Which date the do Americans celebrate Nation Sandwich Day?

    November 3

  • Who and which city of Italy often credited with inventing the first pizza pie?

    Raffaele Esposito from Naples

  • What is the national dish of Italy?

    Ragu Alla Bolognese and Pizza

  • What delicious thing is illegal to sell in Newark after 6 p.m., without a doctor’s note?

    Ice cream

  • Name the most iconic food item in Chicago city?

    Deep-dish Pizza

  • In 2009, which food item declared as the Nation Dessert of Delaware?

    Peach Pie

  • In 1919, Florence Cafe Casoni created which cocktail drink?

    Negroni

  • Name the national drink of Scotland other than whiskey?

    Irn-Bru

  • Name the main ingredient of mince-pie?

    Dried fruit

  • In 1930, which food made its debut in Pennsylvania?

    Philly Cheesesteak

  • What is the state vegetable of Oklahoma?

    Watermelon

  • Name the state which is famous for their third largest production of juicy peaches?

    Georgia

  • Fill in the blank. Canada is known as the inventor of butter ____?

    (Tarts)

  • Which soft-drink was originated in North-Carolina?

    Pepsi cola

  • Stamppot tastes best with?

    Rookworst

  • What is an Indian dish but the national dish of England?

    Chicken Tikka Masala

  • Name the state which is the birthplace of Cheeseburger?

    Colorado

  • In 1963, which state sold the first fried dill pickle?

    Arkansas

  • What is the national spirit of America?

    Bourbon

  • What is the state dessert of Arizona?

    Lane Cake

  • The Middle Eastern dish hummus is made from which key ingredient?

    Chickpeas

  • Which is the world’s most commonly used artificial sweetener?

    Sucralose

  • Feta, Gouda, and Cheddar are the types of which dairy product?

    Cheese

  • What is the name of America’s first fast-food chain?

    White Castle

  • What do you call the fruit of a coffee plant?

    Cherry

  • What kind of fruit is Eureka?

    Lemon

  • What is another name for Chinese gooseberry?

    Kiwi

  • What is the name for the green cooking banana?

    Plantain

  • Shortbread is a traditional biscuit of which country?

    Scotland

  • Which vegetable contains more protein per calorie than steak?

    Broccoli

  • La Tomatina festival, in which participants indulge in tomato fight, is held in which country?

    Spain

  • Shepherd’s pie originated from which country?

    United Kingdom

  • What is the British term for potato chips?

    Crisps

  • What is the world’s largest ice cream company?

    Baskin-Robbins

  • What type of turnover is filled with pizza ingredients?

    Calzone

  • The burning sensation after eating pepper is due to which chemical?

    Capsaicin in chilli peppers and peperine in black pepper

  • Tangerine and Clementine are hybrids of which fruit?

    Mandarin orange

  • German chocolate cake originated from which country?

    United States

  • Bird’s nest soup is a delicacy in which cuisine?

    Chinese

  • Processed cheese originated from which country?

    Switzerland

  • What type of food is Gnocchi?

    Italian pasta

  • Paisley fabric pattern is inspired by the shape of which fruit?

    Mango

  • What do you call the rendered fat from pig abdomen used in cooking?

    Lard

  • Which religion prohibits the consumption of beef?

    Hinduism

  • Kiwi fruit originated from which country?

    China

  • What is ketchup called in Australia?

    Tomato sauce

  • What makes Jelly beans shiny?

    Shellac

  • What is the mushroom capital of the world?

    Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

  • What type of food is Bratwurst?

    German Sausage

  • What is eggplant called in the U.K?

    Aubergine

  • What chemical gives garlic its pungent smell?

    Allicin

  • In which country was the largest pizza in the world made?

    Italy

  • Which is the first company in history to deliver pizza in outer space?

    Pizza Hut

  • What is the name of the person who made the first milk chocolate?

    Daniel Peter

  • Which country is the largest producer of Coffee?

    Brazil

  • The word “coffee” is derived from which language?

    Arabic

  • What is the name of the melon that is green inside?

    Honeydew melon

  • What is Burger King called in Australia?

    Hungry Jack’s

  • How many calories are present in each gram of carbohydrate?

    Four calories

  • What is baked in a bundt pan?

    A bundt cake

  • Lady’s finger is another name for which vegetable?

    Okra

  • Which is the most commonly consumed vegetable in the world?

    Potato

  • What type of food is referred to by the acronym BLT?

    Bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich

  • What do you call a person who doesn’t eat any animal-based products?

    Vegan

  • Which fruit has a hard exterior and milk inside it?

    Coconut

  • Which food item does Popeye consume to gain strength?

    Spinach

  • What happens if you put old eggs in cold water?

    They float

  • What is one of the most popular Japanese dishes?

    Sushi

  • What is the main ingredient in cotton candy?

    Sugar

  • What is the full form of PBJ sandwich?

    Peanut Butter and Jelly

  • After eating which poisoned fruit did Snow White fall into a deep sleep?

    Apple

  • Pork is the meat of which animal?

    Domestic Pig

  • What is eggshell primarily made up of?

    Calcium carbonate

  • Rice is mainly composed of which nutrient?

    Carbohydrate

  • What do you call a person who does not eat meat but eats fish?

    Pescatarian

  • What part of the plant is a potato?

    Stem

  • What part of the plant, when developed, is classified as a fruit?

    Flower

  • Which mineral responsible for red blood cell formation is found in Spinach?

    Iron

  • What are dried grapes called?

    Raisins, sultanas, currants

  • Which fruit has the highest protein content?

    Guava

  • Who is the founder of KFC?

    Harland David Sanders, commonly known as Colonel of Kentucky

  • Milk is majorly composed of which protein?

    Casein

  • What is the strength of modern beer?

    Usually around 4% to 6% alcohol by volume (ABV), although it may vary between 0.5% and 20%, with some breweries creating examples of 40% ABV and above.

  • Bitterness is a sensation often considered unpleasant characterized by having a what?

    A sharp, pungent taste.

  • Historically salt has long been used as a what?

    A meat preservative as salt promotes water excretion

  • Some canned foods, notably soups or packaged broths, tend to be high in salt as a means of what?

    Preserving the food longer

  • Saltiness is the taste of what?

    Alkali metal ions such as sodium and potassium.

  • Sourness is caused by the taste of what?

    Acids, such as vinegar in alcoholic beverages.

  • The stevia plant contains a compound known as steviol which, when extracted, has how many times the sweetness of sugar while having minimal impact on blood sugar?

    300

  • Artificial sweeteners such as sucralose are used to mimic the sugar molecule, creating the sensation of sweet, without the what?

    Calories

  • Generally regarded as the most pleasant taste, sweetness is almost always caused by what?

    A type of simple sugar such as glucose or fructose, or disaccharides such as sucrose.

  • How much did the population of the United States spent on out-of-home dining in 2005?

    $496 billion

  • Rarely, food allergies can lead to a medical emergency, such as what?

    Anaphylactic shock, hypotension (low blood pressure), and loss of consciousness.

  • How long does it take for the digestive complaints to develop?

    Usually within half an hour of ingesting the allergen.

  • What symptoms do allergens frequently produce?

    Symptoms such as diarrhea, rashes, bloating, vomiting, and regurgitation.

  • What are some common food allergens?

    Gluten, corn, shellfish (mollusks), peanuts, and soy.

  • In some instances, traces of food in the air, too minute to be perceived through smell, have been known to provoke what?

    Lethal reactions in extremely sensitive individuals.

  • About what percentage of children have a food allergy?

    8%

  • What is organic food?

    Organic food is food produced by methods that comply with the standards of organic farming.

  • What are some common examples of live food?

    Crickets, waxworms, mealworms, mice and others.

  • What is live food?

    Live food is living food for carnivorous or omnivorous animals kept in captivity in a zoo or as pet.

  • Most modern beer is brewed with hops, which add bitterness and other flavors and act as a what?

    A natural preservative and stabilizing agent

  • What sticky sweetener was traditionally used as an antiseptic ointment for cuts and burns?

    Honey

  • What crystalline salt is frequently used to enhance the flavor to TV dinners?

    Monosodium glutamate

  • What type of egg will yield 11 and one-half average-size omelet's?

    An Ostrich’s Egg

  • What are de-headed, de-veined an sorted by size in a laitram machine?

    Shrimp

  • How many sizes of chicken eggs does the USDA recognize, including peewee?

    Six

  • What hit the market alongside spinach as the first frozen veggies?

    Peas

  • What drupaceous fruit were Hawaiian women once forbidden by law to eat?

    The coconut

  • What deli sandwich topped Dateline NBC's list for total fat content - a Reuben, BLT or tuna salad with mayo?

    Tuna salad with mayo

  • What method of preserving food did the Incas first use, on potatoes?

    Freeze-drying

  • What baking ingredient, sprayed at high pressure, did the U.S. Air Force replace its toxic paint stripper with?

    Baking soda

  • What Recommended by meat is a trichina worm most likely to make a home in?

    Pork

  • What fat substitute got FDA approval for use in snack foods, despite reports of diarrhea and cramps?

    Olestra

  • What newly-imported substance caused the first major outbreak of tooth decay in Europe, in the1500's?

    Sugar

  • What edible comes in crimmini, morel, oyster and wood ear varieties?

    Mushrooms

  • What added ingredient keeps confectioners' sugar from clumping?

    Corn starch

  • What type of chocolate was first developed for public consumption in Vevey, Switzerland in 1875?

    Milk Chocolate

  • What type of lettuce was called Crisphead until the 1920s?

    Iceberg lettuce

  • Worldwide, beer is the third most popular drink overall after what?

    Water and tea

  • What company first condensed soup in 1898?

    Campbell’s

  • What food is the leading source of salmonella poisoning?

    Chicken

  • Chives have a similar flavour to which vegetable?

    Onion

  • Cinnamon is the inner part of what?

    A tree – it is part of the inner bark

  • What is on the inside of a vanilla pod?

    Vanilla Seeds

  • Fleur de Sel comes from which country?

    France

  • What is the main flavour of caraway seeds?

    Aniseed

  • Which part of a turmeric plant is dried and used in Indian cooking?

    The root

  • Mace grows around the outside of which other spice?

    Nutmeg

  • Which spice provides the main flavouring and colouring of goulash?

    Paprika

  • What is the fear of cattle?

    Bovinophobia

  • What is the fear of fat in food?

    Lipophobia

  • What is the fear of fish?

    Ichthyophobia

  • What is the fear of vegetables?

    Lachanophobia

  • What is the fear of garlic?

    Alliumphobia

  • What is the fear of mushrooms?

    Mycophobia

  • What is the fear of Chicken?

    Alektorophobia

  • What is the fear of food?

    Cibophobia

  • Brown shrimp are native to Morecambe Bay in England, but how are they preserved?

    Potted – boiled and stored in seasoned butter

  • What colour is a typical Maine lobster after it is cooked?

    Red and orange

  • Kobe meat originates in which country?

    Japan

  • Mole sauce often has which sweet treat in it?

    Chocolate

  • English Toffee Day is in which month?

    January (8th)

  • Wasabi is used in which type of food?

    Japanese food, especially Sushi

  • What is the name for the removal of the green and white stalks of a strawberry?

    Hulling

  • What is affinage?

    The maturation of cheese

  • What does ‘artisan’ mean?

    Made by small-scale producers with traditional methods

  • What confectionary product is traditionally bought as a gift from a seaside holiday?

    Sticks of rock

  • Which popular nut, grown in the Middle East, is green?

    Pistachio

  • Preserved lemons are popular in Morocco, how are they preserved?

    They are stuffed with salt and stored in brine or water

  • Which part of the lotus flower is frequently used in Asian cookery?

    Root

  • What is the main ingredient of Tarka Dahl?

    Lentils

  • Tripe, popular in the North of England, is what?

    The stomach, usually of a cow

  • Which luxury food shop has been in Piccadilly, London since 1707?

    Fortnum and Mason

  • Which country has the highest usage per person of olive oil?

    Greece

  • What is the main vegetable ingredient of moussaka?

    Aubergines

  • What is a carbonade cooked in?

    Beer

  • Where does coulibiac originate and what is it?

    Russia, fish pie

  • What are the sugared almonds often used at weddings called?

    Dragees

  • What are the two main ingredients of a Hollandaise sauce?

    Egg yolks and butter

  • What type of fish are Arbroath smokies?

    Haddock

  • What is laver?

    Seaweed

  • What is added to cheddar cheese to make Ilchester cheese?

    Beer and garlic

  • In which country do red onions originate?

    Italy

  • What is a Kugelhupf?

    Cake

  • What three main ingredients are added to mayonnaise to make a Waldorf salad?

    Apple. celery and walnuts

  • What is couscous made from?

    Semolina

  • What shape is the pasta called rigatoni?

    Tube-shaped

  • What type of fish is in an Omelette Arnold Bennett?

    Smoked haddock

  • What is the main ingredient of black pudding?

    Blood

  • What is pancetta?

    Bacon

  • What ingredient is included in food in a Florentine style?

    Spinach

  • Which type of pasta’s name means “little worms”?

    Vermicelli

  • Which fruit is a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry?

    Tayberry

  • What is Roquefort cheese made from?

    Ewe’s milk

  • Which vegetables can be Pentland Crown or Maris Bard?

    Potatoes and cabbage

  • Which meat is used in Glamorgan sausages?

    None, they are made from cheese

  • What is a Worcester Pearmain?

    Apple

  • What gives Windsor Red cheese its colour and flavour?

    Red wine

  • Which fish is the main ingredient of Scotch Woodcock?

    Anchovy

  • Which drink is Worcester sauce traditionally added to?

    Tomato juice

  • How is steak tartare cooked?

    It’s served raw

  • What is wiener schnitzel?

    Veal

  • What type of pastry are profiteroles made from?

    Choux pastry

  • Which Way Do You Stir The Christmas Pudding Mixture For Good Luck?

    Clockwise

  • What Was The Main Dish At Medieval Christmas Feasts?

    Peacock

  • Visiting Which Fast-Food Joint Has Become A Christmas Tradition In Japan?

    KFC

  • Most People Make A Homemade Baked Version Of Which Dish For Thanksgiving?

    Mac & Cheese

  • What Sauce Is Sometimes Made With The Turkey’s Giblets (Heart, Liver, Gizzard)?

    Gravy

  • What Is The Estimated Total Of Green Bean Casseroles Served On Thanksgiving?

    40 million

  • In France, What Food Item Literally Means "Twice Cooked"?

    Biscuit

  • Which Country Is The Only Place To Produce Kampot Pepper?

    Cambodia

  • From What City In Germany Do We Get The Name Of One Of America's Favorite Food?

    Hamburg

  • Which Fatty Acid Is Found In Many Fish And Considered To Be Of A Major Health Benefit?

    Omega 3

  • When Milk Sours What Acid Is Formed?

    Lactic acid

  • What Falling Fruit Supposedly Inspired Isaac Newton To Write The Laws Of Gravity?

    An Apple

  • What Percentage Of A Mushroom Is Water?

    0.9

  • Which Cheese Is Known As The King Of English Cheeses?

    Stilton

  • Arachibutyrophobia Is The Fear Of What Sticking To The Roof Of Your Mouth?

    Peanut butter

  • What Is Bombay Duck?

    Dried salted fish

  • How Many Years Of Sushi Chef Training Does It Take To Be Trusted To Make The Rice?

    5

  • Which Vitamin Is The Only One That You Will Not Find In An Egg?

    Vitamin C

  • How Do You Know If Cranberries Are Ripe?

    They bounce like rubber balls

  • What is the “black label” ham?

    It is a kind of cured ham found in Spain and Portugal.

  • Which coffee is a processed form of feces of a species of a cat?

    The Kopi Luwak coffee costing around $700 per kg

  • What does the word “foie gras” mean?

    It means a fattened liver

  • Which shellfish comes in varieties such as Olympia, European flat, and Kumamoto?

    Oysters

  • What is a dish, consisting of eggs or fish, served on a spinach bed and topped with mornay called?

    Florentine

  • How much does gold-laced caviar cost?

    It costs a whopping $113,630 per kilo.

  • What is considered to be the “Queen of Steaks”?

    The Filet mignon

  • Which is the most expensive mushroom in the world?

    The European White Truffle

  • Truffles are wild fungi that cannot be farm cultivated. Thus, they are required to be hunted down. Which animal is used for hunting?

    Pigs

  • What is the national dish of Thailand that contains rice noodles, tofu, dried shrimp, sprouts, and eggs?

    Pad Thai

  • Which meat is used in making the traditional French dish, pot-au-feu?

    Beef

  • Which Switzerland dish derives its name from a French word which means “to melt” and is described as a mixture of goat cheese, flour, and wine?

    Fondue

  • Second to water, which is the most popular drink in the world?

    Tea

  • Which country hosts an annual tomato fest each year?

    There is an annual fest called La Tomatina held in Spain each year, where people throw tomatoes at each other.

  • Which two global cuisines go into making the Nikkei food?

    Nikkei food is a combination of Japanese and Peruvian cooking.

  • If you were eating a mole poblano, which county are you in?

    Mexico

  • How many pairs of chopsticks does China consume in a year?

    45 billion pairs of chopsticks

  • Which is the staple food of almost one-third of the world population?

    Rice

  • Which traditional British Dish is said to be inspired by Nargisi Kofta, an Indian delicacy?

    Scotch eggs

  • Which popular method of Indian cooking involves preparing food over a cylindrical clay oven?

    Tandoori cooking

  • In ancient India, which food was considered as the “food of gods”?

    Yogurt

  • Which fast food widely popular in Western India resembles a burger?

    Vada-Pav

  • Which traditional Goan sweet can have up to 16 layers?

    Bebinca, made during Christmas and Easter by Goan Catholics.

  • Which country is called the “land of spices”?

    India

  • What are the six primary tastes that make up Indian food?

    Sweet (madhura), salty (lavana), sour (amala), pungent (katu), bitter (tikta), and astringent (kasya).

  • Where was Chicken Tikka masala invented?

    Glasgow, Scotland

  • Which food is said to be “nature’s multivitamin”?

    Eggs

  • Which is considered to be the healthiest vegetable oil?

    Extra virgin olive oil

  • Which vitamin should you take if you are not exposed to the sun?

    Vitamin D

  • Although high in fats, which food can help to fight diabetes and lose weight?

    Nuts

  • What amount of fibers should an average adult consume in a day?

    38g for men and 25g for women

  • Which is more nutritious – frozen or non-frozen vegetables?

    Frozen vegetables

  • What contains more Vitamin C – broccoli or orange?

    Broccoli contains almost twice the amount of vitamin C than an orange.

  • Which are the four grains you should avoid when you are on a gluten-free diet?

    The ‘BROW’ grains

  • How can alcoholic cocktails never be described?

    Anything that contains alcohol cannot be described as refreshing.

  • Which is the most popular cocktail in the US?

    Margaritas

  • Who is considered the father of mixology?

    Jerry Thomas

  • What is the Black Velvet cocktail?

    It was a drink created to mourn the death of Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert in 1861.

  • Why is the drink “Screwdriver” named so?

    It originated from Persian Oil workers and as they didn’t have any spoon to stir the drink, they used their screwdrivers and hence the name.

  • Where in the world customers cannot see bartenders mixing their drinks?

    In Utah

  • What was the world’s largest cocktail?

    The world’s largest cocktail consisted of 250 gallons of brandy along with 125 gallons of Malaga wine, 1400 pounds of sugar, 2500 fresh lemons, 20 gallons of lime juice, and 5 pounds of nutmeg.

  • What is a Sourtoe cocktail?

    A cocktail that contains an actual severed human toe

  • Which alcoholic beverage is considered to be the oldest in the world?

    Mead

  • Which was the first country to set the minimum drinking age to 21?

    England

  • According to Greek mythology, who is known as the God of Wine?

    Bacchus

  • Who is said to have created the Manhattan cocktail?

    It is believed to be  invented by the mother of Winston Churchill.

  • Which state of the US drinks the most alcohol?

    Nevada

  • When initially introduced which drink was marketed as a brain tonic and an intellectual beverage?

    Coca Cola

  • How do people eat pasta in Italy?

    They use a fork.

  • What is Aperitivo?

    A traditional Italian pre-dinner drink that is served with snacks.

  • Who invented pineapple pizzas?

    Canadians

  • Which rule do you have to follow while eating spaghetti pasta?

    In Italy, you cannot cut your spaghetti pasta into smaller pieces before eating.

  • Which is considered to be the first pizzeria in the world?

    Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba located in Naples

  • What do you have to order if you want a glass of milk in Italy?

    In Italy, latte means milk.

  • Which activity is considered disrespectful while eating in Italy?

    Walking while eating is considered a discourtesy in Italy.

  • Which meal is considered the principal meal of the day in Italy?

    The Italians consider lunch as the head meal of the day.

  • Which day is observed as the National Italian Food Day?

    February 13th

  • For how many years is the “tradizionale extra Vecchio” balsamic vinegar aged?

    Twenty-five years

  • What does the word “tiramisu” mean?

    “Pick me up”

  • After Taco Bell discontinued their talking chihuahua campaign, where did it appear again as a promotional gimmick?

    They appeared in an insurance commercial ad for Geico.

  • Which fast-food chain lost a lawsuit for making their coffees “too hot”?

    McDonald’s

  • Which fast food joint holds a monopoly promotional campaign every year?

    McDonald’s

  • Jared Fogle, ate only products of which fast food outlet and lost a significant amount of weight in a month?

    Subway

  • Which pizza fast food joint featured Mikhail Gorbachev in one of their ad campaigns?

    In the early 1990s, a Pizza Hut commercial featured Mikail Gorbachev. In 2012, ‘Thrillist’ named it to the 6th worst endorsements of all time.

  • What did “Operation Phoenix” launched by Burger king in 1993 entail?

    It implied providing a new set of value meals to its customers.

  • According to Men’s Health Magazine, which is the most unhealthy burger in the world?

    The Double Six dollar burger from Carl’s Jr

  • In May 2009, demand at which fast-food restaurant increased due to free coupons placed by Oprah Winfrey on her website?

    KFC

  • Which was the first fast-food chain to introduce the drive-through feature?

    Wendy’s

  • Which McDonald’s outlet is the busiest?

    The one in Pushkin Square, Moscow, Russia.

  • Which food contains the most calories per gram?

    Avocado

  • Which was the first food eaten in space?

    Applesauce

  • Although never rationed during the war itself, this food was rationed during the post-war World War 2. What is it?

    Bread

  • Which cheese is made from the milk of buffalo?

    Mozzarella Cheese

  • Which food never rots and doesn’t require preservatives to keep fresh?

    Honey

  • Where did the french fries originate?

    Belgium

  • Which fruit resembles 60% of human DNA?

    Bananas

  • Which country consumes the most coffee per person?

    The Netherlands. An average person here consumes about 2.5 cups of coffee each day

  • Which country has the lowest meat consumption in the world?

    India

  • Which is the most expensive pizza in the world?

    It costs a whopping $12.000! It takes 72 hours to make and is topped with three types of caviar, buffalo mozzarella, Norweigan lobster, and Australian pink salt.

  • What is an example of a leavening agent?

    Yeast

  • What is the most expensive spice in the world by weight?

    Saffron

  • What beans are used to make baked beans?

    Haricot beans

  • What is a person with a particular interest in food called?

    A foodie

  • What is the most popular food in the world?

    Pizza

  • What is the best selling flavor of soup in the UK?

    Tomato

  • Which President brought mac and cheese to America?

    Thomas Jefferson

  • Peanut butter was turned into which mineral by scientists?

    Diamond

  • What is the most common food allergen?

    Nuts

  • What do you make by whipping egg whites?

    Meringue

  • Which Mexican food has a name meaning "little donkey"?

    Burrito

  • Cheesecake is believed to have been served at the first what?

    Olympic Games

  • Bouillabaisse is a fish stew that comes from which French city?

    Marseille

  • Eccles cakes originated from which county in England?

    Lancashire

  • Shirley, Ailsa Craig and Mr. Stripey are all types of what?

    Tomato

  • Gruyère is a cheese from which country?

    France

  • Bobotie is the national dish of which country?

    South Africa

  • Jambalaya is a dish with influence from multiple cuisines including Caribbean and Spanish. It first became popular in the US in which city?

    New Orleans

  • What is the best selling flavor of ice cream in the United States?

    Vanilla

  • Which fictional character is credited with increasing spinach consumption in the US by a third?

    Popeye

  • What does Violet Beauregarde transform into in the movie 'Charlie And The Chocolate Factory'?

    A blueberry

  • Which soft drink was the most sold drink in 2018?

    Coca Cola

  • When did the first Starbucks open?

    1971

  • How many curries usually accompany rice at traditional South Indian festivities?

    Seven

  • What type of liquid is used to marinate raw fish in Mexican ceviche?

    Lime juice

  • Which country does the chorizo sausage originate from?

    Spain

  • What is Marsala?

    A sweet wine

  • In cooking, what is cutting herbs or vegetables into very fine strips called?

    Chiffonade

  • Who invented Jell-O?

    Pearle Wait

  • Shell steak also goes by what name?

    Kansas City Strip

  • What manufacturer introduced Pringles potato chips in 1969?

    Proctor and Gamble

  • Basmati is the type of what?

    Rice

  • The main flavor in Aioli is what?

    Garlic

  • Oyster, Chestnut or Shitaki are the name of what?

    Mushroom

  • “Black Pudding” is very famous in which country?

    UK

  • Crocus is a flower from which we got spice of what?

    Saffron

  • How many fast food restaurant exists in the USA?

    More than 300000

  • What color is the outside skin of an eggplant?

    Purple

  • What nut is hidden in Christmas rice pudding in Sweden?

    Almond

  • Which company has used the ad slogan "Bet You Can't Eat Three"?

    Shredded Wheat

  • What gives the drink known as a "Black Cow" its color?

    Coffee

  • If beef is cooked "en brochette", what does that mean?

    On Skewers

  • What mid 1980's McDonald's item came in a double container?

    The McDLT

  • Which cheese has blue mold in it?
    Gorgonzola Cheese
  • What hot breakfast cereal is made from crushed or rolled oats?

    Oatmeal

  • King, Coho and Silver are subspecies of what fish?

    Salmon

  • A ganache is a combination of cream and what?

    Chocolate

  • What was the first candy bar to combine chocolate with crisped rice?
    Nestle Crunch
  • In the Philippines, what is "lumpia"?
    Spring Rolls
  • Chocolate is made from what type of bean?

    Cocoa

  • Which German city and capital of Bavaria was the home of the original Oktoberfest?

    Munich

  • "Everything You Love About Coffee" has been which company's ad slogan?

    Sanka

  • The "Iron Chef America" TV shows are modeled after "Iron Chef" shows originating in what country?

    Japan

  • Where was Caesar salad invented?

    Mexico

  • What is the name of the largest snack food trade show sponsored by the Snack Food Association?
    Snaxpo
  • What cookie company makes "Chips Ahoy!"?

    Nabisco

  • Who was Dallas Cowboy quarterback Tony Romo's backup in 2012?

    Kyle Orton

  • In Peru, which color potatoes are grown, in addition to white?

    Purple And Black

  • What type of trout is most commonly available in the US?

    Rainbow Trout

  • What candy company bought the Friendly's Restaurant chain in 1979?
    Hershey’s
  • Beluga, osetra and sevruga caviar come from what fish?

    Sturgeon

  • Which animal product does an ovo-vegetarian eat?

    Eggs

  • The ancient Romans used the word "mala" to refer to what food?

    Apples

  • Which product has used the ad slogan "Isn't Life Delicious"?

    Life Savers

  • Which ice cream company produced "Phish Sticks" and "The Vermonster"?

    Ben & Jerry’s

  • What spice is made from the seeds of the plant whose leaves are called cilantro?

    Coriander

  • What is the name of the woman credited with creating "Toll House" Cookies?

    Ruth Wakefield

  • What was the first cooking show on television, hosted by James Beard in 1946, called?

    I Love To Eat

  • What vegetable family does Calabrese broccoli come from?

    Cabbage Family

  • What meat is the primary ingredient in Booyah?
    Chicken
  • Mother Butler Pies can only be purchased at what popular restaurant?

    Denny’s

  • What city has traffic lights shaped like Hershey's Kisses?

    Hershey, Pennsylvania

  • Who is considered "The Father of Modern French Cooking"?

    August Escoffier

  • Who invented spray cheese in a can?

    Nabisco

  • What year did "Butterball" turkeys begin to be used for Thanksgiving dinners?

    1954

  • What is the title of chef Anthony Bourdain's first book?

    Kitchen Confidential

  • Which chip had a bandito as its mascot in the late 1960's?

    Fritos

  • What country produced the most strawberries in 2016?

    China

  • Phoenix and Dragon is referred to as what food item?

    A Chinese Dish Of Seafood And Chicken

  • What is the difference between soft drinks and hard drinks?

    Hard Drinks Have Alcohol

  • Which fruit is slivovitz made from?

    Plums

  • What is the biggest supermarket chain in the U.S.?

    Kroger Co.

  • Which country ranks first in cereal consumption per capita?
    Ireland
  • Where was Emeril Lagasse born?

    Massachusetts

  • Which U.S. restaurant chain has the slogan "Service with the speed of sound"?

    Sonic

  • By what name is TV chef Graham Kerr better known?

    The Galloping Gourmet

  • Who founded Pepperidge Farm?

    Margaret Rudkin

  • If the pan catches fire when you're frying bacon, what should you never throw on it?

    Water

  • Where was the first macaroni factory established?

    Brooklyn, NY

  • What is the name of the sauce that traditionally accompanies souvlaki?
    Tzatziki
  • Who was the cartoon mascot for Kellogg's "Pop-Tarts" in 1971?

    Milton the Toaster

  • Which state produces much of the world's raisins and market them with anthropomorphized animations?

    California

  • In which year did the Coca-Cola Company release "New Coke"?

    1985

  • "Never Had It, Never Will" has been which company's ad slogan?

    7UP

  • What is the main ingredient in a "Boxty"?

    Potatoes

  • What lobster organ is made into a delicacy known as "tomalley"?

    Liver

  • From which food group should you eat the most daily servings?

    Grain

  • The Champagne Of Bottled Beer has been which company's ad slogan?

    Miller

  • While You're At The Marketplace has been which company's ad slogan?

    Winn Dixie

  • Which country in 2001 had the highest per capita consumption of turkey at 28.8 pounds?

    Israel

  • Every Time A Good Time has been which company's ad slogan?

    McDonald’s

  • Brandy, Creme De Cacao and cream make what drink?

    Brandy Alexander

  • Which fast food burger chain celebrated its 86th birthday in 2007?

    White Castle

  • If you'd like to order eel at a Japanese restaurant you'd use what word?

    Unagi

  • What were Kellogg's "Frosted Flakes" originally known as?

    Sugar Frosted Flakes

  • What red and white striped candy is a popular Christmas favorite?

    Candy Cane

  • What cheese's name literally means "recooked" in Italian?

    Ricotta

  • What is the name of the rooster on boxes of Kellogg's "Corn Flakes"?

    Cornelius

  • What is the process of preparing eggs for Caesar salad dressing called?

    Coddling

  • What provides the sour taste in traditional Chinese hot and sour soup?

    Vinegar

  • Blueberries are native to which continent?

    North America

  • What was the first food item added to the menu of Friendly's restaurants other than ice cream?

    Hamburgers

  • Who coined the phrase "junk food"?

    Michael Jacobson

  • Which company owned and controlled the Frito-Lay brand in 2006?

    Pepsico

  • What company makes the Butterfinger bar?

    Nestle

  • Mu shu pork is a food item of what type of cuisine?

    Asian

  • What candy's motto is "Taste the Rainbow"?

    Skittles

  • What is the main ingredient in the Malaysian dish called Nasi Lemak?

    Rice Cooked In Coconut Milk

  • Who is said to have been the founder of classical French cooking?
    Marie-Antoine Careme
  • What is "jaggery", used in Indian cooking?

    Sugar

  • What animal is on the label of Shiner Bock beer?

    Big-Horned Sheep

  • When would you want to rinse pasta after cooking?

    When You Are Making A Pasta Salad

  • "Good Time, Great Taste" has been which company's ad slogan?
    McDonald’s
  • What is the main ingredient in Gingerbread cookies?

    Flour

  • Why were small, white, smooth commercial beans called "Navy beans"?

    Common In U.S. Navy In Early 1900’s

  • What is a soft-shell crab?

    A Crab That Has Discarded Its Shell

  • Herbs are the leaves of what type of low-growing plants?

    Shrubs

  • Which cereal features a mascot who has dual personalities?

    Frosted Mini Wheats

  • What artificial sweetener was once banned by the FDA?

    Cyclamates

  • Which sweetener sometimes used in cooking includes laevulose, dextrose and an anti-mold enzyme?

    Honey

  • What is the name of a popular Italian orange and vanilla flavored liqueur?
    Tuaca
  • Who was the starting quarterback for the Redskins at the beginning of the 2011 season?

    Rex Grossman

  • Which candy's slogan is "Makes Mouths Happy"?

    Twizzlers

  • J.R. Simplot became a billionaire by selling what food item to McDonalds?

    French Fries

  • Popped kernels of popcorn come in 2 shapes, butterfly and what?

    Mushroom

  • What was the first television show Emeril Lagasse created?

    The Essence Of Emeril

  • Which candy sucker can you wear on your finger?

    Ring Pop

  • Who is the host of the Travel Channel's culinary adventure show "No Reservations"?

    Anthony Bourdain

  • When a chef puts out every ingredient needed to prepare a dish ahead of time, what is it called?

    Mise En Place

  • Who invented the cheese inside the hotdog?

    Rich Woods

  • If you ordered "Sansho" in a Japanese restaurant, what would you get served?

    Japanese Pepper

  • During what holiday is candy corn typically eaten?

    Halloween

  • On the cooking show "The Iron Chef", who was the first Iron Chef Chinese?

    Chen Kenichi

  • The club steak is also known by what other name?

    Delmonico Steak

  • What cereal features mostly famous athletes on the front of its box?

    Wheaties

  • Better Ingredients Better Pizza has been used as an ad slogan by which company?

    Papa John’s

  • Which company has used the ad slogan "It's A Kick In A Glass"?
    Tang
  • Which vegetable is not a head?
    Potato
  • What is used to thicken gazpacho?

    Bread

  • What was the original meaning of the phrase "shish kebab"?

    Fried Meat

  • In the "Jack and the Beanstalk" fairy tale, what did Jack trade for five magic beans?

    A Cow

  • "Open Your Hand And Smile" has been which product's ad slogan?

    M&M’s

  • A gallon is equal to how many fluid ounces?

    128 Ounces

  • What is television chef Rachael Ray's signature phrase?

    Yum-O

  • Which animal can cause a tularemia infection in humans while being skinned for cooking purposes?

    Rabbit

  • What would you be served in a Japanese restaurant if you ordered "Takenoko"?

    Bamboo shoots

  • What type of candy is often found in a pack of baseball cards?

    Bubble Gum

  • What are the two main ingredients in the Scottish dish "stovies"?

    Potatoes And Onions

  • In cooking what would you use a "dredger" for?

    To Sprinkle Flour Or Sugar Lightly

  • What does the term "au gratin" mean when it comes to cooking?

    Covered With Browned Breadcrumbs

  • What cut of beef is commonly used when making Beef Wellington?

    Filet Steak

  • How many fluid ounces make up a half gallon?

    64

  • "100% Squeezed Sunshine" has been which company's ad slogan?

    Tropicana

  • Enchilada is included in which cuisine?
    Mexican
  • Taquitos are included in which cuisine?

    Mexican

  • What is the highest USDA grade for steaks?

    Prime

  • What restaurant chain has commercials with the slogan "Eatin' Good in the Neighborhood"?

    Applebee’s

  • What is the major ingredient in the British foodstuff "Marmite"?

    Yeast Extract

  • How many segments are inside most oranges?

    10

  • Avocados are also known as what?

    Alligator pears

  • What is known as the “world’s smelliest fruit”?

    Durian

  • Sauerkraut is composed of which vegetable?

    Cabbage

  • Starfruit is also known by which name?

    Carambola

  • What type of fruit is a ‘pink lady’?

    Apple

  • Which country grew the first strawberries?

    France

  • What is the segment inside an orange called?

    Carpel

  • A cucumber contains what percentage of water?

    90%

  • Broccoli originated on which continent?

    Europe

  • Which kind of fruit does an Arthur Turner plant produce?

    Apple

  • To Italians, which vegetable is known as the “crazy apple”?

    Eggplant

  • Which pepper is currently known to be the hottest in the world? (2021)

    The Carolina Reaper

  • How many avocado varieties exist?

    500

  • The small, edible pieces of a pomegranate are known as what?

    Arils

  • Peaches that have smooth and shiny skin are known as what?

    Nectarines

  • Which fruit contains more vitamin C, kiwi or oranges?

    Kiwi

  • Approximately, how many seeds are in a strawberry?

    200

  • What is the weight of the world’s largest carrot?

    10 lbs

  • Potatoes, turnips, and carrots are all considered what types of vegetables?

    Root vegetables

  • Which vegetable was the first to be grown in space?

    Potato

  • The South American vegetable, cassava, is also known as what?

    Yam

  • Which food is made from the skin and bones of animals?

    Gelatin

  • Scurvy is caused by a lack of what vitamin?

    Vitamin C

  • Who is known as the inventor of frozen foods?

    Clarence Birdseye

  • What causes bread to rise?

    Yeast

  • Flour cooked with fat is known to make what?

    A roux

  • What spread is common in Australia to add to toast and crackers?

    Vegemite

  • Which state consumes the most turkey on Thanksgiving day?

    California

  • Calamari is what type of fish?

    Squid

  • Which Asian country is known to be the world’s leading producer of tea?

     China

  • The popular drink, matcha, originated in which country?

    Japan

  • Which Chinese dish literally means “assorted pieces”?

    Chop Suey

  • When baking chicken, what is known to be the minimum safe internal temperature?

    165 degrees Fahrenheit

  • How many calories are in one gram of fat?

    9 calories

  • What amount comes in a baker’s dozen?

    13

  • Which is the only edible food that never expires?

    Honey

  • What is the only vitamin not found in an egg?

    Vitamin C

  • Which country exports the largest amount of food?

    USA

  • Which food is known to be the most stolen in the world?

    Cheese

  • In Indian cuisine, what is roti?

    Bread

  • What is a flageolet?

    Bean

  • What chemical is used to test for sugars in food?

    Benedict’s Solution

  • What is the name of the small, flat griddle used to cook tortillas and meat in Mexico?

    Comal

  • Chefs are careful when preparing the Japanese fish “fugu”, why?

    Its flesh is poisonous

  • In 1974, what was the first product scanned by a UPC scanner?

    Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit gum

  • What was ketchup used as during the 1830s?

    Medicine

  • Which country is known to host the largest farm in the world?

    China with the Mudanjiang City Mega Farm taking up almost 23 million acres

  • Mageirocophobia is the fear of what?

    Cooking

  • Haricot beans are used to make what?

    Baked beans

     

  • What is the national dish of China?

    Peking duck

  • What is the culinary term for “according to the menu”?

    A la Carte

     

  • In which state was the chocolate chip cookie invented?

    Massachusetts

  • Soda mixed with ice cream creates which dessert?

    A float

  • Which candy bar is named after the Mars’ family horse?

    Snickers

  • What was the name of the eleven-year-old boy that created popsicles?

    Frank Epperson

  • Percentage-wise, how much of a Twinkie consists of air?

    68%

  • A common cookie made around Christmas time includes the ingredients of egg whites and coconut. What is the name of this cookie?

    Coconut macaroon

  • Which distinct ingredient is used in Italian cheesecakes?

    Ricotta cheese

  • What are the four main ingredients in ice cream?

    Eggs, milk, cream, and sugar

  • Which cake is known as the oldest cake in existence?

    Linzer Torte

  • The name for this popular dessert stems from the French word for “froth” or “foam”?

    Mousse

  • Which popular Greek dessert is made from filo pastry?

    Baklava

  • What is meant to be the main flavor in a traditional tiramisu?

     Coffee

  • What was the profession of William Morrison, the man who invented machine-spun cotton candy?

    Dentist

  • A turtle candy is commonly made out of which three ingredients?

     Caramel, chocolate, and pecans

  • What are the three components in the fancy dessert, baked Alaska?

    Sponge cake, meringue, and ice cream

  • In a New Orleans classic, bread pudding, what liquor is poured on top?

    Bourbon

  • Black forest cake originated from which country?

    Germany

  • Which ingredients combine to create a ganache?

    Whipping cream and melted chocolate

  • Traditionally, what kind of icing frosts a carrot cake?

    Cream cheese

  • Jack Daniels whiskey is made in which U.S. state?

    Tennessee

  • What are the ingredients in a kamikaze cocktail?

    Vodka, triple sec, and lime juice

  • What’s the largest selling vodka brand in the world?

    Smirnoff

  • What popular drink advertises as being “sports fuel”?

    Gatorade

  • When was cocaine removed from the famous soft drink, Coca-Cola?

    1929

  • What is Maxwell Coffee named after?

    The Maxwell Hotel

  • What do peach schnapps and orange juice make?

    Fuzzy Navel

  • Which popular cherry-flavored soda was created over 100 years ago?

    Cheerwine

  • Which animal is commonly associated with Budweiser beer?

    Clydesdale horses

  • A “screwdriver” drink consists of what?

    Orange juice and vodka

  • Which U.S. state is the only state to grow coffee beans?

    Hawaii

  • Which soft drink was originally invented as a mixer for whiskey?

    Mountain Dew

  • Which fruit is used to flavor the liqueur, Southern Comfort?

    Peach

  • During prohibition, which soft drink was developed as an alternative to alcohol?

    IBC Root Beer

  • What is the oldest soft drink in America?

    Dr. Pepper

  • Coca-Cola was first sold in which state?

    Georgia

  • Which fast-food chain got its start in a Shell gas station?

    KFC

  • Which ice cream treat is Dairy Queen famous for?

    Blizzard

  • How many ice cream flavors does Baskin-Robins have?

    31

  • What is Dunkin’ Donuts’ slogan?

    America runs on Dunkin’

  • Which breakfast chain is known for its “Grand-Slam Meal”?

    Denny’s

  • How many spots are on the Dominoe’s pizza logo?

    Three

  • Which fast-food chain has the most locations in the world?

    Subway

  • What was the first fast-food chain in China?

    KFC

  • July 13th is dedicated to which fast food in the U.S.A.?

     French Fries

  • Ignacio Anaya invented which popular fast food meal during WWII?

    Nachos

  • Which fast-food chain is known to “have the meats”?

    Arby’s

  • Which subs shop is famous for their toasted sub sandwiches?

    Quiznos

  • Which famous takeout container was invented by Frederick Weeks Wilcox in 1894?

    Chinese Takeout Box

  • Which fast-food chain has the famous slogan, “Eat fresh!”

    Subway

  • What were chicken nuggets called when they were first invented?

    Chicken Crispies

  • What was the name of Subway’s previous spokesman who apparently lost 245 lbs. eating only Subway products?

    Jared Fogle

  • What popular Mexican fast-food chain was purchased by Denny’s restaurants in 1983?

    El Pollo Loco

  • How many herbs and spices are in Colonel Harland Sanders’ original KFC recipe?

    11

  • David Jung is considered by many to be the originator of which famous food?

    Fortune Cookies

  • The red food-coloring carmine is extracted from which source?

    Beetles

  • In the movie "the Last Dragon", Bruce Leroy's father owned which type of restaurant?

    Pizza

  • What popular alcoholic beverage is made from fermented rice?

    Sake

  • A "hot dog" is a colloquial term used for what food?

    Frankfurter

  • Which is the top-selling cookie in the United States?

    Oreos

  • hich of the following fruits is known to have meat-tenderizing properties?

    Pineapples

  • Which is the largest food and drink company in the world?

    Nestlé

  • What is the main ingredient in hash browns?

    Potatoes

  • Why do food processors sometimes add carbon monoxide to meat?

    For Color

  • What does Kosher mean in Hebrew?

    Proper

  • Bammy is a traditional Jamaican bread made primarily of what?

    Cassava

  • A food product made from rolled oats mixed with nuts and sweeteners is known as what?

    Granola

  • What does the Slavic word "vodka" translate to in English?

    Little water

  • Donuts are traditionally sold in boxes containing how many pieces?

    12

  • In December 2018, which African country was rocked by food riots?

    Sudan

  • hich American political figure was key in getting legislation passed to improve the nutritional value of food served in schools?

    Mitchell Obama

  • The "Buddha's hand" is a type of what?

    Fruit

  • Monterey Jack is a type of what?

    Cheese

  • American supermarket chain Whole Foods is owned by which mega company?

    Amazon

  • Which type of pastry is boiled before it is baked?

    Bagel

  • Mozzarella sticks are prepared using which type of cooking process?

    Deep Frying

  • What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?

    Seaweed

  • In 2004, New York City took legal action against vendors at an Ecuadorian festival to prevent them from selling the meat of which animal?

    Guinea Pigs

  • What is the proper title for a person who makes pizzas in a pizzeria?

    Pizzaiolo

  • How many pounds of food does Hollywood superstar Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson consume daily?

    10

  • What is bubble gum made of?

    Chicle

  • What Third World product is actually a staple in the American food industry?

    Palm Oil

  • Who was the former celebrity spokesman for Jell-O pudding?

    Bill Cosby

  • What is eaten traditionally in the UK the day before Ash Wednesday?

    Pancakes

  • Baloney is a form of what?

    Sausage

  • General Tso chicken is named after which Chinese historical figure?

    Zuo Zongtang

  • What is a combination of eggs, lemon juice and broth?

    Avgolemono

  • "Twinkies" are produced by which famous company?

    Hostess

  • Coconut water can be used as what in the case of medical emergencies?

    Blood Plasma

  • Why did people use to salt meat taken on ships?

    So it would stay good longer

  • Which fruit actually comes from a herb?

    Banana

  • According to legend, vampires are exceptionally vulnerable to which vegetable?

    Garlic

  • "Gari" is a popular staple food in West Africa. What is it made of?

    Cassava

  • Which was the first political party in the United States to implement a free breakfast program for school children?

    Black Panther

  • In what year was the McDonald's Happy Meal created?

    1977

  • What are the four main ingredients in beer?

    Grain, hops, yeast, and water

  • Which has more sugar, a strawberry or a lemon?

    Lemon

  • Should tomatoes be stored in the refrigerator?

    No, they lose their flavor.

  • A pimento is what type of vegetable?

    Pepper

  • What is another name for the Queensland nut or bush nut?

    Macadamia

  • Jambon is the French word for what food?

    Ham

  • A tangelo is a cross between which three fruits?

    Tangerine, Grapefruit, Orange

  • What Indian spice that grows in pods is used to make chai tea?

    Cardamom

  • Coffee plants originated on what continent over 1000 years ago?

    Africa

  • What kind of Greek bread is used in a gyro?

    Pita Bread

  • What type of fish is a dangerous delicacy for sushi eaters if not correctly prepared?

    Blowfish

  • What is the Hawaiian name for yellow fin tuna?

    Ahi

  • What might Italians call maize?

    Polenta

  • Who is the “Little Debbie” snack line named after?

    Granddaughter of Original Owners

  • Which Italian town is considered to make the world’s best balsamic vinegar?

    Modena

  • What are the names of the Rice Krispies elves?

    Snap, Crackle and Pop

  • What type of sugar includes a small amount of cornstarch to prevent lumping while mixing?

    Powdered Sugar

  • What cheese is traditionally used on a Reuben sandwich?

    Swiss

  • What dish from Spain consists of saffron rice, shrimp, clams, chicken, sausage, and peas?

    Paella

  • What is the most commonly used oil in Chinese cooking?

    Groundnut

  • With what American city is the cheesesteak sandwich commonly associated

    Philadelphia

  • What is a light and fluffy pie filling made with stabilized gelatin and beaten egg whites called?

    Chiffon

  • What is used to make hummus?

    Chickpeas

  • What does the Italian term “Al Dente” mean in regards to pasta?

    To the Teeth

  • Which fruit is named after a flightless bird?

    Kiwi

  • What do you call champagne mixed with orange juice?

    Mimosa

  • What is the main ingredient in falafel?

    Chickpeas

  • Stilton cheese is native to what country?

    England

  • Where does arabica coffee originate?

    Ethiopia

  • What is another name for butter beans?

    Lima Beans

  • Which flower yields the spice saffron?

    Crocus

  • A field in which rice is grown is called a what?

    Paddy

  • What food is also known as “liberty cabbage”?

    Sauerkraut

  • What is the term for cooking meats like pork or duck in order to melt some of the fat out of them?

    Rendering

  • What is the primary flavoring agent of a Greek Tzatziki sauce?

    Garlic

  • In cooking, if you “pare” a carrot, what do you do to it

    Peel It

  • What do you call the rotating rod a “rotisserie” item is cooked on?

    Spit

  • Which vegetable is also known as a “courgette”?

    Zucchini

  • What country does Brie cheese originate from?

    France

  • What is the traditional name of the soy bean soup which is a staple of the Japanese?

    Miso

  • Beluga, osetra, and sevruga caviar come from what fish?

    Sturgeon

  • What candy comes in refillable dispensers with characters on top?

    Pez

  • King, Coho, and Silver are subspecies of what fish?

    Salmon

  • “Better Ingredients, Better Pizza” has been used as an ad slogan by which company?

    Papa John’s

  • In cooking, what does “etoufee” mean?

    Smothered

  • What candy bar consists of nougat, caramel, and peanuts wrapped in chocolate?

    Snickers

  • Are yams and sweet potatoes the same?

    No

  • Under federal food labeling regulations, how much caffeine must be removed from coffee for it to be called decaffeinated?

    97 percent

  • Under U.S. government regulations, what percentage of peanut butter has to be peanuts?

    90 percent

  • What are the two top selling spices in the world?

    Pepper is the top seller; mustard is second.

  • What shape is the pasta called chiocciole?

    Shell

  • Where do pine nuts, often used to make pesto, come from?

    Pine cones

  • Granchio is Italian for what seafood?

    Crab

  • What Italian dessert is multi-colored ice cream, often with nuts or fruit embedded in it?

    Spumoni

  • In Italian cooking, what are capers?

    Flower buds

  • What is the primary ingredient of pesto?

    Basil

  • Why does pasta sometimes come in such complex shapes?

    The various shapes with their wrinkles and ridges work for different sauces.

  • What’s the most popular type of eatery in Italy?

    Trattorias

  • What was the most influential crop incorporated into Italian cuisine after Columbus returned from the New World?

    Tomatoes

  • Who is credited with making pasta popular in America?

    Thomas Jefferson

  • Where did Margherita pizza get its name?

    From Queen Margherita

  • What is the literal meaning of the Italian word Linguine?

    Little tongues

  • Do Italians put cheese on linguine with clam sauce?

    Traditionally, no

  • Is garlic bread an Italian invention?

    No, it is American.

  • What do Italians drink in the morning?

    Milky coffee, like cappuccino and caffelatte

  • Is Neapolitan ice cream Italian?

    It originated in the United States in the late 19th century.

  • What is the main meal of the day in Italy?

    The mid-day meal – “il pranzo” in Italian

  • Italy many varieties of grapes are gown in Italy?

    More than 300

  • How often do Italians eat pasta

    At least once a day

  • How is pasta generally cooked?

    By boiling

  • Fresh pasta will keep for how long?

    A couple of days in the refrigerator

  • Dried pasta made without eggs can be stored for up to how long?

    Two years in ideal conditions

  • Pasta is categorized in what two basic styles?

    Dried and fresh

  • Most pastas are distinguished by what?

    The shapes for which they are named, for example penne, maccheroni, spaghetti, linguine, fusilli, lasagna

  • Italian cuisine is well known for its use of a diverse variety of what ingredient?

    Pasta

  • What is the most commonly used vegetable fat in Italian cooking?

    Olive oil

  • Have tomatoes always been used in Italian cuisine?

    Tomatoes only entered common usage in Italian food in the late 18th century.

  • What is risotto?

    A traditional Italian rice dish made from a short-grained, starchy variety of rice called Arborio rice.

  • How many main ingredients does an Italian dish usually contain?

    Italian food is noted for its simplicity, with many dishes having only two to four main ingredients.

  • What does “Piccolo” mean when part of an Italian restaurant name?

    Small or little

  • What three things are always on Italian dinner tables?

    Water, wine, and bread

  • How many types of different pasta shapes are there?

    More than 600

  • Is Caesar salad Italian?

    No, it was invented in Mexico.

  • How much pasta does the average Italian eat every year?

    Fifty-one pounds

  • Is spaghetti and meatballs an Italian dish?

    Italians do not put meatballs on spaghetti.

  • What is the main ingredient of drink atole?

    Corn

  • What is sold at a pastelería?

    Fancy cakes and sweets (A pasteleria is a bakery).

  • What are chicharrones?

    Fried pork skins

  • What is used as a topping for flan?

    Caramel sauce

  • What is pepita?

    Pumpkin seed

  • In what were tamales wrapped?

    Corn or banana leaves

  • What do people call fast foods in Hispanic countries?

    Comida chatarra

  • What is ceviche?

    Raw fish or shrimps marinated in lime sauce

  • What is the main ingredient in the soup “pozole”?

    Corn (hominy)

  • What are sweet potatoes called in Mexico?

    Camotes

  • How much pork do the best types of chorizo have?

    As much as 95%

  • What are Huevos rancheros?

    Fried eggs on corn tortillas covered with salsa

  • What is the Mexican version of fried “eggs sunny side up”?

    Huevos estrellados

  • What is a banana called in Mexico?

    Plátano

  • What is the name of an egg custard of Mexico and Spain?

    Flan

  • What would you buy at a lechería?

    Dairy products

  • What are the main ingredients of a tortilla Epañola?

    Eggs and potatoes

  • What is ice cream called in Mexico?

    Nieve (snow)

  • What are the two main ingredients of “arroz con pollo”?

    Rice and chicken

  • What is the flavor of alioli sauce?

    Garlic

  • What is menudo?

    Tripe (cow stomach) soup

  • What is the unusual ingredient in the sauce of mole poblano?

    Chocolate

  • What is the word for sandwich in Mexico?

    Torta

  • What European nation consumes the most spicy Mexican food?

    Norway

  • What are bontanzas?

    Appetizers

  • What are chipotle chiles?

    Smoked jalapeño chiles

  • What is the name of Mexican cinnamon?

    Canela

  • What is the hottest part of a chili pepper?

    The flesh (not the seeds)

  • What is another name for an avocado?

    Alligator pear

  • What is nopal?

    Cactus leaves

  • How many tortillas can an average Mexican family consume in one day?

    Up to two pounds

  • What is the most used ingredient in traditional Mexican food?

    Chili peppers

  • What is Calabaza en Dulce?

    A yellow squash or a pumpkin cooked with brown sugar and cinnamon

  • What is rebocado?

    Pork neck and purslane stew

  • What is carne adobada?

    Pork with red chiles

  • What is pico de gallo?

    A savory mixture of chopped up tomato, onion, cilantro, peppers, and spices

  • Although wheat and rice are both used in Mexican cooking, the basic starch remains what in almost all areas of the country?

    Corn

  • What important mineral is found in dairy foods such as milk and cheese?

    Calcium

  • What does fruit have that makes it taste sweet?

    Fructose

  • How often should one eat fish each week?

    Two times

  • What vitamin gives sweet potatoes and carrots their orange color?

    Vitamin A

  • What should you have in your diet that may benefit your digestion and reduce your risk of chronic disease?

    Fiber

  • Foods rich in starch such as pasta and bread are often known by what word starting with the letter C?

    Carbohydrates

  • What healthy fat containing food is used as the base of guacamole?

    Avocado

  • Are humans omnivore, herbivore, or carnivore?

    Omnivore

  • Deer meat is known by what name?

    Venison

  • Which fruit contains an enzyme that aids digestion and also helps tenderize meat?

    Papaya

  • What is the common name for Allium sativum?

    Garlic

  • What spice, frequently used in Hungarian, Indian, and Moroccan food, provides vitamin A and can prevent spider veins and inhibit hair loss?

    Paprika

  • What is the name for probiotic rich fermented milk?

    Kefir

  • What yellow seasoning may help with mood stabilization, wound healing, and balancing blood sugar?

    Turmeric

  • What is the abnormal enlargement of the thyroid gland due to deficiency of iodine called?

    Goiter

  • What are lactobacillus, acidophilus, and bifidobacterium?

    Probiotics

  • What bean that originated in East Asia is used for miso, oil, and tofu?

    Soybean

  • What is the grain-like food grown principally in the Andes Mountains that is high in protein and is a great source of B vitamins and fiber?

    Quinoa

  • What is the only fruit to have seeds on the outside?

    Strawberry

  • What red food is actually a fruit and not a veggie?

    Tomato

  • How much of your plate should you fill with fruits and veggies?

    1/2

  • How do you know if juice is made from real fruit?

    The label says 100 percent fruit juice

  • What is the most important meal of the day?

    Breakfast

  • What element, whose symbol is Ca, is needed to keep bones healthy and strong?

    Calcium

  • What are cruciferous vegetables?

    Vegetables in the cabbage family such as cabbage, bok choy, and cauliflower

  • What nutrient do you get from the meat, poultry, eggs, and fish?

    Protein

  • Which of the following is the most common pizza topping?

    Pepperoni

  • Which of the following McDonald’s menu items have 1,320 calories?

    Big Mac

  • What is the most used flavor enhancer in fast foods?

    MSG

  • Which fast-food restaurant founder was the most visible, by being featured in television commercials and becoming the face of the franchise?

    Dave Thomas (Wendy’s)

  • Which restaurant is the home of the original small, square hamburger?

    White Castle

  • Who is the founder of Chick-Fil-A?

    Truett Cathy

  • According to Health magazine, what’s the healthiest fast food chain in the United States?

    Panera Bread

  • In 2005, what burger chain ran ads featuring a scantily clad Paris Hilton rolling around on the hood of a car?

    Carl’s Jr

  • Which fast food chain was behind the infamous “Where’s the Beef?” ad campaign in 1984?

    Wendy’s

  • Where is the busiest McDonald’s in the world?

    Munich, Germany

  • What mid 1980’s McDonald’s item came in a double container?

    The McDLT

  • Before starting Wendy’s, what fast food franchise did Dave Thomas work for?

    Kentucky Fried Chicken

  • What fast food restaurant sells the Beef ‘n Cheddar?

    Arby’s

  • Which restaurant is famous for its “Grand Slam” meal?

    Denny’s

  • What restaurant chain has commercials with the slogan “Eatin’ Good in the Neighborhood”?

    Applebee’s

  • What year did the first Taco Bell open?

    1962

  • The Famous Star is the signature burger of what fast food restaurant?

    Carl’s Jr

  • What was the first fast food restaurant in China?

    Kentucky Fried Chicken

  • What was the first fast food restaurant to offer a complete “lite” menu?

    Arby’s

  • What sub shop is known for its toasted subs?

    Quinoas

  • Which fast food restaurant is famous for its curly fries and jamocha shakes?

    Arby’se

  • Why did Kentucky Fried Chicken change its name to KFC?

    To eliminate the unhealthy connotation of “fried” from its name

  • How many herbs and spices make up the secret blend used on Colonel Harland Sanders’ fried chicken recipe?

    11

  • What fast food restaurant aired ads featuring a man who lost 245 pounds eating only their products?

    Subway

  • What fast food restaurant boasts that you can “Have it your way”?

    Burger King

  • What fast food restaurant introduced a popular advertising campaign in 1997 that featured a talking chihuahua?

    Taco Bell

  • Where was the first Pizza Hut built?

    Wichita, Kansas

  • When did McDonald’s introduce Ronald McDonald?

    1963

  • What did McDonald’s restaurants first introduce in 1968?

    The Big Mac

  • What fast food restaurants was founded first?

    In-N-Out Burger was founded in 1948

  • What fast food restaurant is credited with introducing the first modern-day drive-thru window?

    Wendy’s

  • In England, the sandwich is also known as?
    Butty
  • Which foreign food is famous in Britain?
    Carry
  • What do we call the dish made with an animal stomach filled with grain and roasted?

    Haggis

  • late morning pastries and tea are called what?
    Elevenses
  • Which water you can use instead of OJ or Lemonade?
    Barley water
  • Worcestershire sauce was invented by which country?
    England
  • Vegemite on toast is a great alternative for vegetarians is it true?
    Yes
  • Vegemite on toast can be used as what?
    Breakfast, lunch or anytime snake
  • Barramundi is a popular dish in Australia. What does it mean?
    “Large-scaled river fish”
  • Which bakery was the winner of 2016 “The Great Aussie Pie Competition?”
    The Oven Crisp Bakery in Riverton, WA
  • According to MTV from where can you get the best burger in Australia?
    Burger Me Fresh in Coolangatta
  • Which bakery of Australia currently got the award as the best lamington holder?
    Kytons bakery in Adelaide
  • Which ingredient make lamingtons so tasty?
    Dipped chocolate and desiccated coconut
  • What is the national cake in Australia?
    Lamingtons
  • What will be the output when you add fresh fruit to red wine?
    Sangria
  • What is the most popular of Britain’s fruit flavored soup?
    Tomato
  • What is “Garam masala” in the Urdu language?
    Hot spicy
  • Ginger wine mixed with whiskey to make what?
    Whiskey Mac
  • What is the scientific name of apple?
    Malus Pumila
  • Which alcohol made from Potatoes?
    Aquavit
  • Bean curd is also known as what?

    Tofu

  • Alcohol Amaretto has a flavor of which nut?
    Almond
  • How we pronounce “House wine” in the German language?
    Hauswein
  • Prunes are made from?
    Dried plums
  • What is the name of the bread in Pakistan?

    Roti

  • Biryani is a famous dish in which country?
    Pakistan and India
  • What do Pakistan and Indian people call oil?

    Ghee

  • Cocaine was added as an ingredient in Coca Cola till which year?
    Till 1903
  • Ager ager is a type of gelatin. Is it true?

    Yes

  • Tequila originated from which country?
    Mexico
  • Bacon meat comes from which type of animal?
    Pig
  • Venison obtain from which animal?
    Deer
  • Which alcohol is the main ingredient of the Zombie cocktail?
    Rum
  • Gin Gin city is located in which country?
    Australia
  • The 3rd most popular soft drink in the UK is?
    Lucozade
  • Which one has more caffeine? Coffee or tea?

    Coffee

  • Marzipan use which type of nuts?

    Almonds

  • Which 2 popular fruits are anagrams with each other?
    Lemon and melon
  • Japanese favorite drink “Sake” made from which food?
    Rice
  • Qorma is a popular dish in which country?
    Pakistan
  • Do you know the name of the oldest vegetable?

    Pea

  • Ice cream was invented by which country?
    China
  • Cointreau alcohol contains mostly which flavor?

    Orange

  • What is the most widely eaten meat?

    Pork

  • Pumpkins used to carve-o-lanterns during which event?
    Halloween
  • In which climate do coconuts grow better? Cold or warm?
    Warm
  • “Beefsteak” is a type of Tomato. Is it true?
    Yes
  • Corn is also known as what?
    Maize
  • Pizza Hut initiated from which country?
    The USA
  • Which country is the largest producer of Bananas?
    India
  • What do we call deer meat?
    Venison
  • Pitta bread originated from which country?
    Greece
  • Which drink is originally from Cuba?
    Cocktail Majito
  • Belgium is the producer of which beer?
    Stella beer
  • Which food is widely eaten in Mexico?
    Burritos
  • What is the most widely eaten food in the world?

    Rice

  • Which food do Mexicans use as a breakfast?
    Chilaquiles
  • What are the main ingredients of Pozole?
    Pork meat, Onion, Pepper, Garlic, Limes, etc

     

  • Taco is a traditional dish of which country?
    Mexico
  • What is the meaning of “Chin” in Khanom chin?
    Chinese
  • What is the main ingredient in Khanom Chin?
    Rice noodles
  • In 2017 how much Thai food existed in “World 50 Best Foods” list?
    7
  • Which dish is a national cuisine of Thailand?
    Thai cuisine
  • Which type of beer is most famous in Mexico?
    Corona
  • Japanese sake is made from which food?
    Rice
  • Do you know the table salt formula?
    NaCl
  • Which beer is called king of beer?
    Budweiser
  • Which beer has cherries flavor?
    Kriek beer
  • In Malaysian language what is a banana called?
    Pisang
  • Do you know the Ireland famous beer name?
    Guiness
  • Initially, printen was sold by?
    Aachen’s pharmacists
  • Aachener printen originated from which city of Germany?
    Aachen
  • Most easily cooked food is?
    Boil eggs
  • Thai curry includes special milk of what?
    Coconut
  • Normally what ingredients are used in Tom Yum?
    Lemongrass, Kaffir lime leaves, Galangal, lime juice, fish sauce, etc.
  • What Yum means in the Thai language?
    Spicy Salad
  • What is the meaning of Tom in the English language?
    Boiling process
  • What is the main ingredient used in Tom Yum?
    Shrimp (Prawn)
  • Tom Yum is a popular soup of which country?
    Thailand
  • Which soft drink mostly sold in 2018?
    Coca Cola
  • Who was the best chef in 2018?
    Joel Robuchon (according to trulyexperiences.com)
  • According to thisisinsider.com which was the most popular food of 2018 in the USA?
    Bean burritos
  • In C & H sugar, what C and H stand for?
    C = California and H = Hawaii
  • In Bunol Spain which fruit is used during the annual food fight festival?
    Tomato
  • Which 2 ingredients are required to make Cuba Libre
    Rum and coke
  • Hot dogs were created in which country?

    Germany

  • Sushi food normally wraps with which thing?
    Seaweed
  • What is the name of the traditional soft drink of Maine?
    Moxie
  • Brick cheese was invented by who?
    John Jossi
  • The word “Potato” comes from which Spanish word?

    Patata

  • Which soft drink is considered to be the oldest soft drink in the USA?
    Doctor pepper
  • Which food is considered to be family food in the USA?
    Spaghetti
  • Peach is a famous fruit of which state of USA?

    Georgia

  • The white part of inside an egg called what?

    Albumen

  • Who invented bubble tea and in which year?
    Taiwan in 1980
  • The national dish of Scotland is?
    Haggis
  • What is tandoor?
    Type of oven
  • The green sauce chimichurri originated from which country?
    Argentina
  • “The Chinese takeout” box was invented by which country?
    The United States
  • Red licorice is a product of which popular brand?
    Red Vines
  • Which soup is most popular in Vietnam?
    Pho
  • Scoville scale is used for what purpose?
    Measure the spicy heat of peppers
  • Coca-cola company created which soft drink to compete Dr. Pepper?
    Mr. Pibb
  • KFC stands for?
    Kentucky fried chicken
  • Mountain dew was originally created as a mixer for whiskey. Is it true?
    Yes
  • Chopstick was introduced by which country?

    China

  • Dijon mustard is a product of which country?
    France
  • Which fast food franchise chain is most spread in the world?

    Subway

  • French blue cheese “Roquefort” is made from which animal's milk?

    Ship

  • Garlic is helpful to contol?
    Blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • Chicken breasts are a great source of?
    Protein
  • The egg is a perfect food which contains a bit of almost every nutrient you need. Is this statement true?
    Yes
  • Eggs contain choline nutrient, do you know what function is performed by choline?
    Producing signaling modules in the brain
  • If the level of HDL in your body is high it means what?
    Risk of heart disease is low
  • if you want to increase your HDL (high-density lipoprotein) by 10% then what you need to do?
    Eat 2 eggs daily for 6 weeks
  • Which fruit is one of the best source of antioxidant?
    Blueberries
  • Bananas are a good source of which nutrients and vitamins?
    Potassium and vitamin B6 and fiber
  • Which special nutrient is found in avocados?

    Fat

  • If your body needs fibers, Vitamin C and antioxidants, then which fruit you need to eat?
    Apple

     

  • Which country was the founder of sweet egg tarts?
    Portugal
  • Devils on horseback required which 2 main ingredients?
    Bacons and prunes
  • Which chili is consider to be the hottest in the world?
    Ghost pepper
  • Limburger cheese belongs to country?
    Belgium
  • Star fruit is also known as?
    Carambola
  • Watermelon contains how much percentage of water?
    92%
  • Halo Halo is a special and popular dessert of which country?
    Philippine
  • Star buck was initiated in which year?
    1971
  • Salt contains which type of atoms?
    Sodium and chlorine
  • Which type of cocktail served in a copper mug?
    Moscow Mule
  • How can we convert white sugar into brown sugar?
    By adding Molasses
  • Which ingredients are mostly used in Brunswick stew?
    Tomato base, vegetables, local beans, and small pork meat.
  • McDonald is famous for which products?
    Hamburgers, cheeseburgers and French fries
  • Brunswick stew is traditional dish in USA. In which area it is more popular?
    South America
  • How many franchises of McDonald exist around the world?
    37241 (in 2017)
  • Who were the founders of McDonald?
    Richard and Maurice McDonald
  • McDonald was founded on which date?
    May 15, 1940
  • How many fast food restaurants exist in the USA?
    More than 300000
  • Fast food concept initiated from which country and from which year?
    Initiated from USA White Castle in 1921
  • Spanish Omelet is also known as what?
    Spanish Tortilla
  • Coca-cola first time sold in which American state?
    Georgia
  • Who claims that he invented a fortune cookie in 1918?
    David Jung, founder of Hong Kong Noodle
  • Which bakery is first time making a fortune cookie?
    San Francisco bakery Benkyodo
  • What is the main ingredient of New England clam chowder?
    Milk, potatoes, onion, and clams
  • Which cookie mostly serve as a dessert in a Chinese restaurant located in the USA?
    Fortune cookie
  • New England clam chowder is also known as?
    Boston clam chowder
  • Minorcan clam chowder is a spicy version of chowder, mostly found in which area?
    Florida restaurant near St Augustine and the northeast corner of Florida
  • In 2016, the new restaurants being built follow a new type of layout that gives the guests the feeling as they were in?
    Sports stadium.
  • Restaurants feature an open layout with a bar area and patio seating flanked by over how many screens and televisions?
    50 televisions and media screens.
  • What did the winner receive?
    A free T-shirt.
  • What is the challenge given by restaurants to the costumers?
    To eat 12 of their hottest wings under six minutes.
  • Restaurants are known for their famous?
    Blazin Wing Challenge.
  • Chain’s menu also included?
    Different appetizers, burgers, tacos, salads, and desserts. Moreover, beer, wine, and other beverages are also there, in this menu.
  • The chain is best known for?
    Buffalo-style chicken wings along with many sauces.
  • How many employees are working in these restaurant?
    76,000.
  • What is the number of countries with Wild Wings restaurants?
    10 countries.
  • As of 2019, the number of Wild Wings restaurants was?
    1,300.
  • The first time, it was located at?
    Columbus, Ohio, U.S.
  • Where is its headquarters?
    Sandy Springs, Georgia, U.S.
  • It was founded by?
    Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck was founded in?
    1982.
  • Buffalo wild wings and weck is also known as?

    BW3

  • What is Buffalo wild wings and weck?
    American casual dining restaurant.


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