I am sharing Friday’s Food Quiz Number 11. I don’t think all my answers are correct! The questions were set by Zirkie, who blogs over at PinkPolkaDot.
1. Which Food preservation method is the most natural and economical?
2. Which oil has the highest smoking point?
Ground Nut Oil
3. What are the main types of vinegars and what are they made of?
Wine, Cider, Fruit
4. Which three different powders are derived from dry chillies?
Cayenne Pepper, Paprika, Chilli Powder (ha ha)
5. Name the unleavened Passover bread?
6. What is another name for a filbert?
7. What spice gives curry powder its colour?
8. Where did Worcestershire sauce originate from?
9. Which drink is made up of coconut, pineapple juice and rum?
10. What is the difference between relish and salsa?
A relish is a cooked pickle whereas a salsa is a fresh sauce
11. What is a calzone?
a folded up pizza
12. What is likely to happen if you place eggs straight from the refrigerator into boiling water?
they will crack (add one toothpick for every egg and they should not crack)
13. What is a gumbo?
Stew from the Southern States of America
14. Bananas are native to which country?
15. What is Scandinavian pickled salmon called?
Gravadlax (according to my Swedish friend, the salmon (lax) is buried (gravad) in the ground to cure)
30 thoughts on “Food Quiz Number 11 For A Friday”
Enjoy these quizzes – I always learn something new!
great! Me too 🙂
I’m quite proud that I actually knew most of these! Happy Friday!
that is fantastic 🙂
I really miss Pinky’s quizzes. I’m getting out of practice. 😉
I am hoping she will be back soon!
Stew with a roux. I love the toothpick trick.
It really works!
Thanks Tandy! That was fun. I also have never heard of the toothpick trick.
my mother taught me that one 🙂
I didn’t know the toothpick trick either! Thanks
I don’t know why but, I always like to know how people boil there eggs. Maybe because I always hear new tricks. I never heard of toothpicks in the water. I have let them sit in warm water to bring them down to room temp before boiling
I used to use that method, but now we have an egg boiler and I don’t have to worry about the eggs cracking anymore 🙂
The toothpick trick is a new one for me as well. Take care, BAM
Hope you have a great week 🙂
Wow, that really was a great quiz. I have about three lines of enquiry now to follow up with Google… and seriously? People call hazelnuts dilberts?
Some answers may not be right! Hopefully the dilbert one is correct 🙂
Very interesting post, Tandy!
they are a lot of fun 🙂
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thank you so much! I will take a look later during the day 🙂
Another grand quiz, dear tandy & I knew all of the answers too! 🙂
that is fantastic!
Hi Tandy, now I am missing you even more! I must really try and post a quiz this Friday!!
we all miss you! I am transferring my posts slowly from the old blogs to WordPress 🙂