American Food Trivia Questions and Answers
61 Rhapsody, Aromel, Tamella Cambridge favorite types of
A: Strawberry Varieties
A hen of the woods is what?
A: A mushroom
The most popular meal ordered in US restaurants is what?
A: Fried Chicken
What two ingredients make the dish 'angels on horseback '?
A: Oysters and Bacon
In Newark it's illegal to sell what after 6pm unless a
Doctors note is shown?
A: Ice Cream
What was the first food consumed on the
moon in the Apollo
11 moon mission?
According to a survey, what is the U.S. top family food?
How many cans of soda does the average American consumes in
The top United States food consumption days are Xmas,
Thanksgiving ,and what?
A: Super Bowl Sunday
What is the oldest soft drink in the US?
A: Doctor Pepper
Garbanzo beans also known as what?
A: Chick peas
Lobster Newberg was invented at what famous American
What American food did Charles Jung invent?
A: Fortune Cookies
What are the two items that make up the dish "devils on
A: Bacon and Prunes
How long do shrimp live?
A: They usually live from one to seven years.
Humans have been eating beef since when?
A: Prehistoric times.
Beef is a source of what?
A: High-quality protein and nutrients.
Beef skeletal muscle meat can be used as is by doing what?
A: By merely cutting it into parts like roasts, short ribs, steaks, etc.
Trimmings are usually mixed with meat from what?
A: Older, leaner, tougher cattle.
The blood is used in what?
A: Blood sausage.
Some beef intestines are cooked and eaten as is, but are more often cleaned and used as what?
A: Natural sausage casings.
Beef bones are used for making what?
A: The bones are used for making beef stock.
The meat from older bulls, because it is usually tougher, is frequently used for what?
A: Ground beef.
Beef from steers and heifers is what?
Citrus fruits are notable for their fragrance, partly due to what?
A: Flavonoids and limonoids (which in turn are terpenes) contained in the rind, and most are juice-laden.
The juice contains a high quantity of what?
A: Citric acid giving them their characteristic sharp flavor.
The genus is commercially important as many species are cultivated for their fruit, which is eaten how?
A: Fresh, pressed for juice, or preserved in marmalades and pickles.
They are also good sources of what
A: Vitamin C.
The content of vitamin C in the fruit depends on what?
A: The species, variety, and mode of cultivation.
Some fruits, for example cherries, physically mature and then do what?
A: Continue to ripen on the tree.
Other fruits, such as pears, are picked when mature, but before they ripen, then do what?
A: Continue to ripen off the tree.
Citrus fruits pass from immaturity to maturity to overmaturity while what?
A: Still on the tree.
Once they are separated from the tree, they do not what?
A: Increase in sweetness or continue to ripen.
The rind and oil of the fruit is generally what?
A: Very bitter, especially when cooked, so is often combined with sugar.
The fruit pulp can vary from sweet to what?
A: Extremely sour.