Last weekend I saw that Pink had posted Friday’s Food Quiz Number 80. I got the notification in my RSS reader but due to time constraints I was unable to take part. The answers have already been posted so I have been averting my eyes away from my reader so that I could give my answers first.
- What does pomegranate mean? I have no idea, but I am sure it is related to the fact that pomegranates are used as a colouring as in for the making of grenadine.
- Where is Torta Pasqualina traditionally served on Easter Friday? Italy
- Where is Mazurek cake traditionally served over Easter? Poland
- What are the main ingredients of mayiritsa, a Greek Easter soup? lamb
- What is the main ingredient of a Pilaf? rice
- What are quenellas? a dumpling
- What is traditionally served on top of “steak tartare”? an egg
- What is the difference between a bouchée and a vol-au-vent? a bouchée is a small pastry case served with a savoury filling. A vol-au-vent can is also a small pastry case, but it can be served with either a savoury or a sweet filling.
- When is Babka traditionally served? Easter Sunday
- What is “kokkina avga”? a dyed Easter egg
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