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FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ 325

1) In 2000, how much did TWA spend on food per passenger?
a) $2.53
b) $3.04
c) $4.68
d) $8.17

2) Who was Hippolyte Mege Mouries and what did he do for the French Navy?

3) In most Catholic countries, no one ate or drank any food or beverage from October 5 to October 14, 1582.
Why?

4) On November 2, 1978 something that was 55 feet long and weighed two tons was caught in Thimble Tickle Bay, Newfoundland.
What was it?
a) A Squid.
b) A Whale.
c) An Ocean Sunfish.
d) A Moray Eel.
e) A clump of Seaweed.

5) In 1902 Dr. Alexander P. Anderson developed a new method for cooking rice.
What was it?

 

 

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