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.
Bacchus, better known by his other name Dionysus, was the Ancient Roman god of wine.
Originating from France, roux is usually composed of equal parts flour and fat and is used to thicken soups and sauces.
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.
"Makizushi" roughly translates to "rolled sushi" and is the most-popular form of sushi outside of Japan.
Gari is used as a condiment and sometimes even main dish in West Africa, specifically Ghana.
According to the Book of Exodus, the Israelites received manna which descended from heaven to help them stave off starvation.
Originally introduced in 1912 Oreos, which traditionally feature a cream filling sandwiched between two chocolate wafers, now comes in many different varieties.
Answer: Bill Cosby
Ironically, one of the first meals Bill Cosby was served in prison when incarcerated in 2018 included a type of Jell-O pudding, the brand he helped make famous during the 1980's.
Basundi, a treat made by boiling sweetened condensed milk, is a common delicacy in the western states of India.
Answer: Blood Plasma
Coconut water can be used intravenously instead of blood plasma, though it is not an ideal solution.