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1) What is another name for Queen Anne's Lace?

2) Here is a recipe, can you guess its name?
Cooked chicken is sliced into scallops and mixed with anchovy fillets with a touch of pepper, chopped celery, and a sauce made from a blend of vinegar and sauce Mayonnaise. The salad is served garnished with capers and sliced hard-boiled eggs.
a) Waldorf Chicken Salad
b) Queen's Chicken Salad
c) Parisian Chicken Salad
d) American Chicken Salad
e) Chicken Salad Tetrazini

3) This olive oil, garlic and anchovy sauce is served in a heated terracotta container, usually with bread and raw vegetables to dip. It is a specialty of Piedmont, Italy.
a) anchoiade
b) pan bagna
c) aioli
d) bagna cauda
e) crudite

4) Nameko is native to Japan.
What is it?
a) a mushroom
b) a type of sushi
c) seaweed
d) a fish
e) an herb

5) This baked bread item was first made in Vienna, supposedly made in honor of Emperor Franz Josef.
Can you name it?

6) Irma Von Starkloff Rombauer, who was she and what did she do?

7) This food is pictured on tombs from ancient Egypt, and has been found in ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Pliny listed it as a cure for 60 different illnesses. In 1st century India it was used to prevent heart disease. In Shakespearean England, it was prized as an aphrodisiac. The English name for it comes from the Anglo-Saxon for 'spear plant,' and the Latin word comes from the Celtic word meaning 'hot.'
What is it?

8) This tree and its fruit are native to the Peruvian Andes, but are widely cultivated as a commercial crop in New Zealand, where most of the U.S. supply originates. When it did not sell well under its original name, New Zealanders invented its current name in 1966.
a) kiwi
b) tamarillo
c) uglifruit
d) gooseberry
e) pumello

9) Who was Professor Jerry Thomas, and what is he supposed to have invented?

10) Chocolate originated in the Americans.
Where did vanilla originate?
a) the Americas
b) India
c) Thailand
d) Australia
e) Madagascar




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