||What type of fish is used in making Worcestershire Sauce?
||The dish ‘Carpaccio’ was invented at Harry’s bar in which European city?
||The cocktail ‘Death in the Afternoon’, consisting of Absinthe and Champagne, was invented by which American author?
||Cavendish, Orinoco and Lady Finger are all varieties of which fruit?
||What colour is the liqueur ‘Parfait d’Amour’?
||The two small pieces of dark meat at the back of poultry near the thigh are commonly known by what name?
||Coffee company Douwe Egberts was founded in which European country in 1753?
||According to the Bible, which fruit was Moses told by God must be worn on the hem of the robes for ministering service?
||Lactuca Sativa is the Latin name for which common vegetable?
||Cullen Skink is traditionally made from which type of fish?
||Smoked Haddock (Finnan haddie)
||Halloumi cheese originated on which Mediterranean island?
||Traditionally made in Mexico, ‘bolillo’ is a type of what?
||What is the name of the clarified butter used in Indian cookery?
||In January 2009, which British politician submitted a recipe for ‘Rumblethumps’ to a cook book for Donaldson’s School for the Deaf, describing it as his favourite food?
||What was the boot made of which actor Charlie Chaplin ate in the 1925 film ‘The Gold Rush’?
||Which British singer famously said in 1983 that he preferred a cup of tea to sex?
||Which chef starred in the British reality television series ‘The Restaurant’?
||What was the name of English comedian Jimmy Carr’s flavour crisp, produced by Walkers for Red Nose Day 2011?
||Jimmy con Carne (Chilli con carne)
||What is the favourite food of fictional characters Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?
||Which dessert is also known as ‘Tuscan Trifle’?