foodie trivia

Foodie Trivia Answers

worldFoodiesphere: What is the term for animal innards and extremity meats included in British chef Fergus Henderson’s 2004 cookbook The Whole Beast: Nose to Tail Eating? Offal (pronounced like “awful”)


starsFood Stars: What type of crustacean is Sebastian, who lands on a first course dinner plate in The Little Mermaid? Crab

dinnerpartyCompany’s Coming: What sweet, red-pepper spread is a picnic-sandwich tradition in the southern U.S.? Pimento cheese

scienceLab and Field: How much time, according to a 2003 survey, did Americans age 15 and older spend eating and drinking per day?  About 73 minutes (this seemed short to me…)

candlelit-dinnerDining Out: What is often served accompanied with baguettes, nuts and condiments made of fruit paste?  A cheese plate

whiskWhat’s Cooking: What distinguishes classic French-style rolling pins from classic American-style pins? Handles! American pins have them and French pins do not.

Foodie Trivia: Part Deux

foodiecrossingPeople actually read and responded my last foodie trivia game!  Craziness.

I was so excited that I decided to continue my little game.  So, here are some more foodie questions…and this time we’re getting serious…there will be an announced prize involved this time.  The first person to comment with all 6 correct answers will receive a dozen cookies of their choice.  Good luck!

Here are the 6 categories in the Foodie Fight game.

Foodiesphere: food people, cuisines and places

Food Stars: Food on film and in print, music and art

Company’s Coming: Party planning, table etiquette, wine and food pairing

Lab and Field: Cooking science, nutrition, and food preparation

Dining Out: Eateries, chefs, menu matters, and restaurant service

What’s Cooking?: Cooking techniques, tools, and ingredients

Here we go…get your thinking caps on folks…and try not to Google all the answers.  I am a teacher and I would be sorely disappointed in the person who made the decision to cheat…