Food and drink trivia

Yet another batch of 15 food and drink trivia pub quiz questions to bamboozle your contestants :-)

Q] Which food item gets its name from the French for melted?

A] Fondue

Q] What drink began in Morison’s drug store Waco Texas in 1885?
A] Dr Peppers

Q] Nelis, Seckel, Forelle and Bosc all varieties of what?
A] Pears

Q] Outside the work is the literal meaning of which snack?
A] Hors Derves

Q] Kenneth Daigneau won $100 for naming which product?
A] Spam

Q] The French call it pomplamouse what do we call it?
A] Grapefruit

Q] Which company brewed harp lager?
A] Guinness

Q] French word meaning growth is applied to top quality wines?
A] Cru

Q] What flavouring is in frangelico liqueur?
A] Hazelnuts

Q] In 1950 the Minnesota valley canning company became what?
A] Jolly Green Giant

Q] Julius Sturgis in 1861 built the first US factory making what?
A] Pretzels

Q] What liqueur means cupid in Italian and love in Latin?
A] Amaretto

Q] In 1900 caterer Harry Stevens introduce what words to language?
A] Hot Dogs

Q] In MacDonald’s what is served in a blue wrapper?
A] Filet-O-Fish

Q] Cuffs and Buttons was a cocktail in the 19th century what’s it called now?
A] Southern Comfort

Make sure the winners of your pub quiz really earn their victory :-) They will really need to know their food and drink trivia.

Food and Drink quiz questions

Food and Drink quiz questions should technically be among the easiest questions – we all eat and drink everyday of our lives, but how much do we really know about what we eat? let alone international cuisine and foreign drinks…

Here’s a batch of food and Drink quiz questions to challenge most quiz contestants.

Q] What type of food is a sacatorta?
A] Chocolate cake or gateau

Q] What flavours cavatappi al nero pasta?
A]Squid Ink

Q] What was advertised as anytime anyplace anywhere?
A] Martini

Q] In food what does UHT mean on the carton?
a] Ultra Heat Treatment

Q] What is the staple food of the Maori people of New Zealand?
A] Sweet Potato

Q] Petroselinum crispum is the Latin name of which herb?
A] Parsley

Q] Englishman John Woodhouse created which fortified Italian wine?
A] Marsala

Q] Which variety of cheese was invented by John Jossi?
A] Brick – rhymes with dick

Q] Patusnaya and mallasol types of what?
A] Caviar

Q] Commandaria is a desert wine made for over 800 years – where?
A] Cyprus

Q] Cognac must be at least 5 years old before it’s labelled what?
A] Napoleon

Q] Which English brewery has the oldest patent on beer?
A] Bass Ale

Q] A Romana Café features what liqueur?
A] Sambuca

Q] Vodka, Orange juice and Cranberry juice make which cocktail?
A] Madras

Q] Where are the grapes for the wine Lacrima Christi grown?
A] Mount Vesuvious

If you’re running a pub quiz – the booze questions and answers will be particularly apt :-)