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Food glorious food, or is it?

An epicurean effort of enormous endeavour 13 Questions.

 
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In which year was Orville Redenbacher’s “Gourmet Popping Corn introduced?

  • 1965
  • 1970
  • 1975
  • 1980

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What brownish, bitter, foul-smelling resinous material obtained from the roots of an Asian member of parsley family, is used as a condiment?

  • Sorrell
  • Spignal
  • Water Hemlock
  • Asafoetida

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What do these words have in common: Baseball, Club, Flatiron, Hanger and Shell in relation to food?

  • They are all relating to Fish dishes
  • They are all types of Melon
  • They are all cuts of Steak
  • They are all relating to Shellfish Dishes

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What do these foods have in common, Bread, Marmalade, Vanilla Fudge, Vanilla Ice, Hot Chocolate, Hot Tuna and Humble Pie?

  • They are all on the menu of the Ritz in London
  • They are all names of Music acts
  • All what the astronauts ate on the moon mission
  • They actually have nothing in common

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What bitter extract from a southern European plant root is used in Angostura bitters, chocolate, vermouth, candy, ice cream and vanilla flavourings?

  • Gentian
  • Burdock
  • Cardamon
  • Coriander

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What do avocados, aubergines, cucumbers, chillies, and tomatoes have in common?

  • They are poisonous to cats
  • They are all native to USA
  • They are all fruits usually served as vegetables
  • Nothing in common

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How many hot dogs do Americans eat each year?

  • 750 million
  • 900 million
  • 16 billion
  • 70 billion

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The name of this specialty dish of Naples, Italy, actually means 'trousers' in Italian. What is the name of this dish?

  • Uva
  • Calzone
  • Vitello
  • Carne

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This product was invented around 1910 by Swiss chemist Jacques Brandenberge, and various types are widely used for breads, meat, produce, etc. What is this product?

  • Foil Wrapping
  • Teflon
  • Cellophane
  • Baking Parchment

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What country now has 600 Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets and is the second largest fast food market after the U.S.?

  • China
  • Russia
  • France
  • Australia

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Liederkranz Cheese comes from which country?

  • Austria
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • USA

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John Styth Pemberton, the Atlanta pharmacist who created Coca-Cola, sold a 2/3 interest in his company in 1887 for how much?

  • $124.25
  • $283.29
  • $635.89
  • $1,765.46

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What did Native American Chef George Crum of the Moon Lake House in New York invent, and when?

  • Peanut Butter 1896
  • The Tootsie Roll 1896
  • First Ice Cream Freezer 1848
  • Potato chips in 1853

 

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