Food & Drink Quiz #15 Answers

Food & Drink Quiz 15

Here are the answers to Food & Drink Quiz #15…

1. Which UK city celebrated its first potato festival in 2008?

A. Lincoln

2. What does the Spanish phrase ‘Vino de Casa’ mean?

A. House Wine

3. Which sweet plant root is used to make Pontefract cakes?

A. Liquorice

4. Kirsch is a fruit brandy traditionally made from which fruit?

A. Cherries

5. Which variety of British apple celebrated its bicentenary in 2009?

A. Bramley

6. What brand of beer does Homer Simpson drink?

A. Duff Beer

7. Which food would you associate with Melton Mowbray?

A. Pork Pie

8. In a thanksgiving episode of Friends, what unconventional ingredient does Rachel include in her ‘traditional English trifle’?

A. Beef (Sautéed with peas and onions)

9. Which North Western British bay is famous for its potted brown shrimps?

A. Morecambe 

10. What famously grows in the ‘Yorkshire Triangle’?

A. Rhubarb


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