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1) What is the origin of the custom of eating ham around Easter?

2) What percentage of the total world fish catch is caught in the northern hemisphere?
• a) 10%
• b) 30%
• c) 60%
• d) 90%

3) The peach is the state fruit of Georgia.  It is also the state fruit and the state flower of two other states.
Can you name the other states?

4) What did Chicago artist Dwight Kalb use to make a statue of Madonna?

5) What connection does Peter Cooper (inventor and founder of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art)  and Pearl B. Wait (cough syrup manufacturer) have to a popular American dessert?

6) What is the official state beverage of Ohio?

7) Why does peanut butter stick to the roof of your mouth?

8) How many poppy seeds are in a pound?



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