Food & Drink Trivia and Answers

Hard

Where was the first McDonald's restaurant located?

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Answer: California
The McDonald brother, Maurice (Mac) and Richard, opened their first restaurant in San Bernardino, California in 1948.

Hard

What is the official State fruit of New York?

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Answer: Apple
New York State's official fruit is the apple, and accordingly the official State muffin is the Apple muffin.

Easy

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

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

Medium

Mr. Pibb was a soft drink created by the Coca-Cola Company to compete with what other soft drink?

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Answer: Dr. Pepper
Mr. Pibb was created in the summer of 1972 after The Coca-Cola Company wanted to create a drink that would rival the growing success of Dr Pepper.

Easy

What cooking technique involves submerging food in a liquid at a relatively low temperature?

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Answer: Poaching
Poaching moistens your food and allows you to cook over a long period of time without overcooking. Foods that are commonly poached include eggs, chicken, and vegetables.

Medium

In the movie "the Last Dragon", Bruce Leroy's father owned which type of restaurant?

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Answer: Pizza
The slogan of Bruce Leroy's father's restaurant was "just directa your feetza to Daddy Green's Pizza".

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.

Easy

What is the main ingredient of a mince pie?

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Answer: Fruit
Mince pie's main ingredient is dried fruits mixed with meat and spices. Mince pie originally always contained meat, but modern recipes contain beef suet.

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.



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