Foods & Chefs Trivia Questions & Answers

1.What type of pudding is a clafouti?

2.What do you call a mixture of Champagne and orange juice?

3.From which part of a pig is Brawn made?

4.What is the name of a French implement for cutting vegetables?

5.In what year did Diet Pepsi first appear?

6.Bannock and Chapati are what?

7.Boysenberries generally can only be found during which month of the year?

8.Shakespeare's play "Twelfth Night" begins, "If [-----] be the food of love, play on."

9.A detritivore is an animal that specifically eats what?

10.Which celebrity chef does plenty of cooking on his or her instructional TV series "Everyday Italian"?

11.What is the food of the gods in Greek and Roman mythology? [--bro---]

12.What specific sauce tops on Egg Benedict?

13.In the 1973 film "Soylent Green," the title refers to food for the masses, but Charlton Heston discovers at the end that "Soylent Green is" what?

14.The zucchini, which is typically eaten cooked, is called what in Great Britain?

15.What was invented by Clarence Birdseye that revolutionised the food industry and garnered him a place in the National Inventors Hall of Fame in the US?

16.In Charles Dickens' novel "Oliver Twist," Oliver famously says what because he's still hungry and wants food? [P----- ---, I ---- ---- ----]

17.Conchiglie pasta is shaped like what?

18.What is the name of the dip consisting of mashed chickpeas, tahini, oil, garlic and lemon juice? [-umm--]

19.Morgan Spurlock eats nothing but what for one month in the 2000s documentary "Super Size Me"?

20.Liptauer cheese originated in which country?

21.In the 1982 #1 hit "Down Under," what food item is given by "a man in Brussels" after he's asked, "Do you speak-a my language?" [-------- -----ich]

22.What is the English translation of the Malaysian dish "nasi goreng"?

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