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.

VeryHard

What does the Slavic word "vodka" translate to in English?

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Answer: Little Water
Although vodka translates to "little water", a person would be foolish to drink it in place of H2O.

Hard

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

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Answer: KFC
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.

VeryHard

What Third World product is actually a staple in the American food industry?

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Answer: Palm Oil
It is estimated that approximately 50% of processed goods used in the United States, from foods to cosmetics to cleaning supplies, contain some degree of palm oil.

VeryHard

Basundi is a dairy product that is popular in which part of the world?

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Answer: India
Basundi, a treat made by boiling sweetened condensed milk, is a common delicacy in the western states of India.

Medium

Red Stripe is a popular beer brand that originates from which country?

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Answer: Jamaica
Red Stripe beer, introduced in 1928, is a product of the Desnoes & Geddes brewing company located in Jamaica.

VeryHard

Which famous sandwich was formerly known as the Blue Ribbon Burger?

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Answer: Big Mac
The Big Mac was previously called "the Aristocrat" and "Blue Ribbon Burger" before receiving its current appellation in 1967.

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

What US state is famous for their juicy peaches?

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

Medium

Which type of pastry is boiled before it is baked?

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Answer: Bagel
Bagels are of Jewish origin and are especially popular in places such as New York City where they have prominent communities.

Medium

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

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Answer: Dogs
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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