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May 03, 2016
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Intelligent Content For The Food Fascinated
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SERVING SAINT LOUIS SINCE 1999
Food I.Q.
Mid-December
 
Question 1 - The first-ever singing commercial was about which cereal?
  a. Rice Krispies
  b. Grape Nuts
  c. Wheaties
  d. Shredded Wheat
 
Question 2 - What is the name of the richest type of Italian sherbet?
  a. spuma
  b. gelato
  c. sorbeto
  d. glaciere
 
Question 3 - Pickled nasturtium seeds are sometimes used as a substitute for:
  a. chow-chow
  b. pepper corns
  c. capers
  d. cardamom
 
Question 4 - What do we call the ve-tsin so commonly used by Chinese cooks?
  a. wok
  b. MSG
  c. Chinoise
  d. Flat spatula
 
Question 5 - In chicken and turkey, where is most of the fat?
  a. breast
  b. legs
  c. back
  d. skin
 
Question 6 - Potatoes Lyonnais are characterized by potatoes and what?
  a. cheddar cheese
  b. onions
  c. white pepper
  d. chervil
 
Question 7 - Which meatpacker invented the refrigerated railroad car?
  a. Philip Armour
  b. John Hormel
  c. Thomas Swift
  d. Baron d’Johnsonville
 
Question 8 - Who was not part of Cap’n Crunch’s crew?
  a. Brunhilde
  b. Carlyle
  c. Cynthia
  d. Seadog
 
Question 9 - Santenay wines come from:
  a. Bordeaux
  b. Burgundy
  c. Loire
  d. Alsace
 
Question 10 - Name the pharmacist who spent his life popularizing potatoes.
  a. Luther Burbank
  b. George Washington Carver
  c. Frank Russet
  d. August Parmentier
 
 



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