Food & Drink Trivia Game (2)
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President George Bush Sr. hated this vegetable which is served in sprouts.
About how many licks does it take to finish a single scoop ice cream cone?
The French term for a liver paste made from specially fattened geese or ducks.
A Japanese fermented alcoholic beverage made from rice.
This salad dressing is named after geographical features in the St. Lawrence River.
This rich yellow cake contains eggs, flour, butter and sugar.
According to Greek mythology, this (meaning "immortality") was the food of the gods on Mt. Olympus.
“F” WORDS: These are composed of ground spiced chickpeas shaped into balls and fried.
This is very thinly sliced toast named after a famed opera singer.
This UK dish is made of melted cheese and sometimes ale, served hot over toast or crackers.
This spice is also known by its alias, "The Stinking Rose”.
“Z” WORDS: Term for the outermost part of the rind of an orange, lemon or lime used as flavoring.
This pungent green Japanese horseradish is used as a condiment.
“F” WORDS: Poultry or meat cut up and stewed in gravy is called this.
This steamed rice dish contains bits of meat, shellfish or vegetables.
This dish consists of grilled strips of marinated meat served in a tortilla, usually with spicy condiments.
This meat pie is baked under a crust of mashed potatoes.
This type of caviar comes from a large white sturgeon.
Term for the hard fat around the kidneys of cattle and sheep used in cooking or making tallow.
This is an extract from the stomach of lambs and calves used in cheese making to coagulate milk.
This clear anise-flavored liqueur from Greece is generally mixed with water which turns it opaque.
It's a picnic where mollusks, corn and other foods are baked in layers on hot stones covered with seaweed.
What soft drink gave us the catch phrase "Try it. You'll like it"?
This Chinese dumpling is usually filled with spiced minced pork.
French phrase for small, square-cut, frosted tea cakes.