Food Quiz Number 75 For A Friday

Here is Friday’s Food Quiz Number 75 from my dear friend Zirkie who blogs over at  PinkPolkaDotFood. I am not sure how many of my answers are correct but I have fun trying to answer her questions. I also learn new things by participating in these quizzes. There are terms I have not come across and things I have not tried.

  1. What is Hähnchenschnitzelin Germany?

chicken schnitzel

  1. What is the main ingredient of Bucatini al’Amatriciana?

pork cheek

  1. What is Yuzu?

a citrus fruit

  1. What is au levain?

a bread starter

Food Quiz Number 75
The Lovely Cordelia
  1. Where did bruschetta originate from?


  1. Where did croutons originate from?


  1. What is the fruit known as that is a cross between a Murcott- and Clementine oranges?

I am going to guess here and say a ClemenGold

  1. What is the function of a pie funnel?

To allow the steam to escape

  1. What does “to scald” means in culinary terms?

To heat milk just below its boiling point

  1. What fish are also known as mahi-mahi or dolphin fish?


If you want to answer the questions for Friday’s Food Quiz Number 75 please head on over to Zirkie’s blog.

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19 thoughts on “Food Quiz Number 75 For A Friday

    1. I had to go outside and measure windows with Dave! Otherwise it was a warm and snug Sunday 🙂 Hope yours was too xox

  1. Well done with your answers, Tandy. My mom had a ceramic blackbird pie funnel.Maybe she still has it after all these years. I must ask her. 😉

  2. I never knew the scald milk one, in fact most of what you answer I had no idea about! amazing what there is out there to learn. I have a black crow pie funnel, but only because it reminds me of my Mum 🙂

  3. What a lovely quiz! I didn’t know a few answers! I learned a lot!
    I am just back after being away for 2 weeks on my blog & love your new blog! A great move, I think! 😉 xxx

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