How much do you know about international cuisine? We bet you won’t answer question Nº 3 correctly

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International cuisine. Do you know what a 100 proof liquor means? Find out in this quiz. You’ll find it difficult to answer questions 3 and 11.


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How much do you know about international cuisine? We bet you won’t answer question Nº 3 correctly

 

  • The shish kebab is a very common food in what country?

    • Belice
    • Senegal
    • India
    • Turkey
  • This is for chocolate lovers… What country is considered the producer of world’s best cocoa beans for chocolate?

    • Benin
    • Venezuela
    • French Guiana
    • Madagascar
  • What is the country where the word “mocha” comes from?

    • Yemen
    • South Africa
    • Mexico
    • India
  • This is an easy one… What fruit do people throw each other in the Spanish town of Buñol at its annual food fight festival?

    • Grapes
    • Watermelons
    • Tomatoes
    • Cabbages
  • When a drink is served “on the rocks” it means that is prepared with:

    • Soda
    • Tonic water
    • Vodka
    • Ice cubes
  • There’s a dish called “mole poblano” traditional in what country?

    • Ecuador
    • Italy
    • Cuba
    • Mexico
  • What country did the gruyère cheese come from originally

    • Switzerland
    • Sweden
    • Canada
    • France
  • Which country among these is not a cocoa bean producer?

    • Belgium
    • Colombia
    • Brazil
    • Ghana
  • A difficult one… A liquor with the sign “100 proof” contains how much alcohol by percentage?

    • 100 percent
    • 75 percent
    • 50 percent
    • 25 percent
  • A regional U.S. delicacy… What type of pizza is the pride of Chicago, where it was created?

    • Deep-dish pizza
    • Stuffed pizza
    • Deep-fried pizza
    • Calzone
  • What state in the U.S. has been dubbed “The Peach State”?

    • Maryland
    • Georgia
    • North Carolina
    • Massachusetts
  • A geographical riddle… Only one of following dishes can be considered truly Tex-Mex and not Mexican. Which one?

    • Tacos
    • Molcajetes
    • Taquitos
    • Fajitas
  • The Cabernet Sauvignon, a type of wine produced in many countries, comes originally from what part of France?

    • Bordeaux
    • Burgundy
    • Côtes du Rhone
    • Médoc
  • There’s a dish made with mashed durum wheat, very common in Northwestern African countries. How’s it called?

    • Tagine
    • Moroccan chickpea stew
    • Bulgur bowl
    • Couscous
  • You should know this one right away… The original recipe of Caesar salad was invented by an Italian immigrant in what country?

    • United States
    • Australia
    • Mexico
    • Argentina

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