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.

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

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

Easy

Which treat has become synonymous with the celebration of Halloween?

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Answer: Candy Corn
More information: Candy corn is called so due to one of the main ingredients being corn syrup.

VeryHard

What is the scientific name of the plant used to make liquorice?

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Answer: Glycyrrhiza Glabra
More information: Glycyrrhiza glabra, the plant used to make liquorice, is native to Europe and Asia.

Easy

The global food phenomenon pizza originated from which country?

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Answer: Italy
More information: 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.

Medium

What do you call a vegetarian who only consumes chicken and fowl but no other meats?

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Answer: Pollotarian
More information: Pollotarians only consume chicken and fowl meat and as such don't eat red meat or seafood.

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David Jung is considered by many to be the originator of which famous food?

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Answer: Fortune Cookies
More information: 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.

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The movie "Rush Hour 2" poked humor at China for consuming which type of animal meat?

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Answer: Dogs
More information: In "Rush Hour 2", comedian Chris Tucker made a quip about Chinese people eating dogs using the word "Toto", the name of a famous dog in cinema history.

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What US state is famous for their juicy peaches?

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Answer: Georgia
More information: In 2014, Georgia was third in US peach production behind California and South Carolina.



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