Food & Drink Trivia and Answers

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.

Challenge yourself with a Food & Drink Trivia Quiz!

Easy

The global food phenomenon pizza originated from which country?

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Answer: Italy
Although foods similar to it have been around for millennia, pizza as we know originated in Italy in the 19th Century and spread globally via World War II.

Hard

Visiting which fast-food joint has become a Christmas tradition in Japan?

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Answer: Kentucky Fried Chicken
Kentucky Fried Chicken is so popular in Japan during Christmastime that wiser customers actually order their holiday meals in advance to avoid spending hours standing in line.

Medium

Which condiment is traditionally served with fried seafood in the United States?

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Answer: Tartar Sauce
The simplest way to make tartar sauce is by mixing mayonnaise with relish.

VeryHard

What is the name of the hottest pepper in the world?

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Answer: Carolina Reaper
The Carolina Reaper was declared the hottest chili pepper in the world by Guinness World Records in 2013.

Medium

Which of the following farming techniques often results in the increase of pests and diseases?

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Answer: Monocropping
Due to discouraging biodiversity, monocropping allows certain insects pests and diseases to proliferate.

Easy

Who was the former celebrity spokesman for Jell-O pudding?

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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.

VeryHard

What does the Japanese term "Sandai Wagyu" translate as?

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Answer: Three Big Beefs
Sandai Wagyu are "the three big beefs" - Matsusaka, Ōmi and the most-famous of all, Kobe.

VeryHard

Why do food processors sometimes add carbon monoxide to meat?

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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.



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