Food & Drink Trivia and Answers

Easy

A snack made from marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate is called what?

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Answer: S'more
More information: S'mores are traditionally a treat enjoyed by campers and prepared over a campfire.

VeryHard

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

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

Hard

Tzatziki sauce is a common topping on which dish?

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Answer: Gyros
More information: Greek gyros, which consists of meat and vegetables wrapped in pita bread, also have tzatziki sauce as one of its main ingredients.

Medium

What is the main ingredient in makizushi?

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Answer: Sushi
More information: "Makizushi" roughly translates to "rolled sushi" and is the most-popular form of sushi outside of Japan.

Easy

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

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Answer: Bill Cosby
More information: 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 is the only edible food that is said to never spoils?

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Answer: Honey
More information: Due to its relatively-low levels of moisture and high levels of acidity, bacteria and microorganisms have a hard time making a permanent home out of honey.

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.

Easy

Fish fingers are also known as what in the United States?

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Answer: Fish Sticks
More information: A fish finger or fish stick is a strip of boneless, breaded fish meat that is usually served fried.



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