Everyone is an expert on food and drink. Right? We mean we all are aware of what goes into our mouths. Or… maybe not. Do you dare to learn more about the world of cuisine? Or are you already a culinary expert who scoffs at the idea of finding challenging, internet-based questions? Either way, TriviaQN’s Food & Drink Trivia will satisfy your appetite for an interesting, fun-filled way to test your knowledge of what we eat and drink.
Answer: Zuo Zongtang
Though named after Chinese general Zuo Zongtang (1812 - 1885), General Tso chicken is actually more popular in North American than it is in China.
Yeast is a common leavening agent which causes bread to rise. Many unleavened breads are referred to as flatbreads.
Guinness Brewery was founded in 1759 in Dublin, Ireland, by Arthur Guinness. Within 10 years of Guinness Brewery opening, it was being exported to England.
Answer: Banana Cream
Bagels are of Jewish origin and are especially popular in places such as New York City where they have prominent communities.
Answer: Big Mac
The Big Mac was previously called "the Aristocrat" and "Blue Ribbon Burger" before receiving its current appellation in 1967.
Answer: Fortune Cookies
Though a court eventually ruled against him, David Jung is the most-popular name associated with the creation of fortune cookies, which for the sake of modern history originated in early 20th Century California.
Answer: For Color
The lethal gas carbon monoxide is often added to meat in small doses to increase redness, thus making aged meats appear fresher.
Answer: 50 flavors
When jelly beans were first invented in 1869, there were 8 original flavors. Loved ones use to send soldiers these sweet treats during the American Civil War.
Sake is a popular Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermenting rice in a process similar to beer brewing.