Friday Food Quiz Number 68

9 Dec

This is an easy quiz…I think!! I hope everyone reading this post, will try to answer it!?  

If you are going to do the quiz, please copy the questions and do the answers on your own blog. Please leave me a message to tell me that you have done it. 

I will post the answers to the Quiz on Monday evening with a link to your answers! 

Tip: Most of the questions in this quiz are from the December edition of Pick and Pay’s Fresh Living magazine! 

1. Who introduced Turkeys to Europe?  

2. What is Gammon?

3. What are the three main ingredients of the cocktail Cosmopolitan? 

4. What are Mince pies filled with nowadays? 

5. What is a Bundt cake? 

6. Where did Panforte originate from?

 7. What is sprue? 

8. What is fresh coriander called in America? 

9. In which country is stollen a traditional Christmas cake? 

10. What is Chami? 

Enjoy the weekend and have fun in the kitchen!

 

7 Responses to “Friday Food Quiz Number 68”

  1. anotherdayinparadise2 December 10, 2011 at 1:19 am #

    Thanks for the Christmas quiz, Pinky. I’ll have a try at it when I have a few spare minutes. xxx

  2. Cindy December 10, 2011 at 6:24 am #

    8 = cilantro 🙂 Enjoy the weekend, Pinky!

  3. Tandy December 10, 2011 at 10:57 am #

    thanks Pink, all done xxx

  4. anotherdayinparadise2 December 10, 2011 at 6:53 pm #

    Have done the quiz, pinky. 😉

  5. Angeliqueca December 12, 2011 at 5:31 pm #

    Did it Pinks!! Was a tough one this time!!! Have a super week!

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