Seven bloggers did the Quiz this week!! Great and thank you! I hope that you enjoyed the Quiz!! Very interesting answers were received!! Click on the links below and read the answers – I am sure you will learn and enjoy!
The following bloggers did the quiz:
libras child with a combination of great and entertaining answers!!
Another Day’s answers were brilliant!
I think Kalinka answered most of the answers correct!
Kaztayli did the quiz for the first time and did very well!
Mitzi answered all the Questions correct!! Great and congratulations!
Tandy’s answers were very good, as always!
1. What dish is known as Jewish penicillin?
A – Chicken and noodle soup
2. What spices are traditionally in Ras el Hanout and what does it mean?
A- It means “head of the shop” and an contain up to 50 ingredients,which can include ginger, cinnamon, utmeg, peppercorns, cloves, cardamom, mace, turmeric, galangal, dried flowers etc!
Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/ras-el-hanout#ixzz1QCo2Vc5s
3. What is swede?
A – It is Swedish turnip.
4. From which country is “pho bo” and when is it served?
A – It is a Vietnamese beef noodle soup and it is traditionally served for breakfast.
5. Many in the food world believe the three great cuisines are which three?
A – French, Chinese and Turkish food.
6. What is a spatchcock?
A – A small chicken or poussin, no more than 6 weeks old and weighing a maximum of 500g. It is also a cooking technique where a chicken is split open and flattened and then barbequed, grilled or roasted.
7. What is the difference between Vanilla essence and Vanilla extract?
A – Vanilla essence is distilled from the seeds of the vanilla pod and vanilla extract is made from vanilla beans that have been steeped in alcohol.
8. What is traditionally used to thicken the sauce of Sauerbraten?
A – Ginger biscuits.
9. Where does Malva pudding get its name?
A – It was traditionally served with Malvasia dessert wine.
10. What are Portobello mushrooms called in their juvenile state?
A – Portabellini or Crimini mushrooms.
Enjoy the week!