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ANSWERS to FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ 424

1) c) Cumin, whose 'seeds' are actually the tiny dried fruit of the plant.
Cumin field report from India


2) b) Sweet Cicely.


3) Charles Goodnight devised the first 'chuck wagon' in the 1850s or 1860s and 'coosie' is another name for 'cookie' or the cook.  (Cooks were paid about $2 per day, twice the wages of the cowhands they cooked for).


4) Annatto seed, carrot juice and marigold petals.
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5) a) Pickles. It was a 40 foot long green pickle.
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