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Calendar >  How Much Do You Know About Food? Part 3

How Much Do You Know About Food? Part 3

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TR Robertson — The final Food Quiz will challenge your knowledge about food and assorted food products. Have fun figuring out the answers before you look ahead to see it you got the question correct.

  1. What type of fish is a dangerous delicacy for sushi if not correctly prepared?
  2. What is the name of the bread used to make a gyro?
  3. Coffee originated on what continent over 1,000 years ago?
  4. A tangelo is a cross between what three fruits?
  5. What is another name for the Queensland nut or the bush nut?
  6. A pimento is what type of vegetable?
  7. Should tomatoes be stored in a refrigerator?
  8. Which has more sugar, a strawberry or a lemon?
  9. What popular fast-food drink originally contained eggs and whiskey when it was first produced in the 1800’s?
  10. What Mexican food has a name that means “little donkey”?
  11. What is the fast-food restaurant that has the largest number of outlets in the world?
  12. The pizza originated around what Italian city, originally a food poor people could make quickly and cheaply?
  13. Americans eat 86% of the world’s potato chips, tied with what other country for potato chip consumption?
  14. What fast food restaurant began in Indiana in 1934, once had 500 outlets in the UK and disappeared from the U.S.?
  15. There is only one McDonald’s in Cuba. Where is it located?
  16. Salted flour, thyme, basil, oregano, garlic salt, celery salt, black pepper, white pepper, mustard powder, paprika and ginger are rumored to be the secret ingredients of what fast food company?
  17. In 1926, Potato Chip entrepreneur Laura Scudder pioneered what innovation?
  18. What was the leading potato chip in the 1930’s?
  19. The Irish company Tayto made the first flavored potato chip in 1954 with what flavor?
  20. What shopping technique did Charles Doolin’s Fritos pioneer in the late 1930’s?
  21. What state is known for having a majority of the potato chip manufacturers?
  22. The Guinness World Record for the largest bag of potato chips weighs how much?
  23. In what city was Fritos invented?
  24. What year did the Frito-Lay Company merge?
  25. What were the first M&M colors?

Answers:

  1. Blow fish
  2. Pita bread
  3. Africa
  4. Grapefruit, Tangerine and Orange
  5. Macadamia
  6. Pepper
  7. No, they will lose their flavor
  8. Lemon
  9. Milk shake
  10. Burrito
  11. Subway
  12. Naples
  13. France
  14. Wimpy
  15. Guantanamo Naval Base
  16. KFC
  17. Sealed wax bags
  18. Lay’s Potato Chips
  19. Cheese and Onion
  20. Impulse Buying (using small racks at the check-out stand)
  21. Pennsylvania
  22. 2,515 lbs. (made by Corkers Chips in the U.K. in 2013)
  23. San Antonio, Texas
  24. 1961
  25. Red, yellow, violet, green & brown
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