Our Peachy Pub Quiz – The Questions

Peach Pubs Food & Drink Quiz

For those who would like to play at home, or over video call, here are the questions. Click here for the answers at the end.

ROUND ONE

  1. One and a half litres of champagne is known as a what?
  2. You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside. What is it?
  3. Autumn King, Figaro and St Valery are all varieties of which vegetable?
  4. Which ‘T’ is a Greek yoghurt containing cucumber?
  5. Tempura is a fish or vegetables deep fried in batter best associated with which country?
  6. In Indian cooking, what is a Tandoori?
  7. In French cooking, which ‘S’ is a dish of eggs whisked and baked?
  8. Oysters Kilpatrick is a dish best associated with which country?
  9. Mocha is a coffee usually flavoured with which substance?
  10. In Italy, what is a Mortadella?

ROUND TWO

  1. Ribera del Duero is an important wine-producing area in the north of which country?
  2. What is a Bedfordshire clanger?
  3. If you were having a cocktail of cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice, what would it be called? a) Sidecar b) Woowoo c) Harvey Wallbanger
  4. What is a quandong?
  5. As of 2013 which country was the largest producer of tea?
  6. What type of fruit is a Banana? a) Drupe b) Pepo c) Berry
  7. A Pentland Javelin is a what?
  8. The cocktail of vodka, spicy ginger beer and lime juice if known as a Moscow what?
  9. Wiener Schnitzel, a national dish of Austria, is what type of meat?
  10. Considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites?

ROUND THREE

  1. Feijoada is a stew of beans with beef and pork of Portuguese origin, but is now considered a national dish of which large country?
  2. Poutine, often referred to as Canada’s national dish, consists of french fries and gravy, and which other ingredient?
  3. What is the main seasoning of Goulash, one of the national dishes of Hungary?
  4. Enchiladas originated in which country?
  5. Bubble and Squeak is better known as meat, cabbage and which vegetable?
  6. Blinis are stuffed pancakes best associated with which country?
  7. In French cooking, what does ‘en Croute’ mean?
  8. Which ‘C’ is a thick fish or seafood soup?
  9. Which ‘P’ is a quill-shaped Italian pasta?
  10. Literally meaning ‘whirlpool’, which German desert is thin sheet of rolled up dough baked?