3/18/2016 – Buns


Welcome to Five Course Trivia! Five days a week, we’ll post five questions about something from the culinary world, from soup to nuts and all dishes in between.

Earlier this week, we had another food/drink question, so let’s break it down:

Learned League precedent (LL68, MD16) – What word follows each of these terms to create names of various British breakfast, tea, or dessert sweets? Bath, Chelsea,Colston, London, Saffron, Sally Lunn.

Swing and a miss. I picked the MCWA, “biscuit”. And since it was buns, let’s see if we’ve got buns, hun.

1. Whether or not they cost one-a-penny or two-a-penny, hot cross buns are made with one of two well known fruit products. Name either.

2. Name the brand name that has been edited out of this picture.

Question 2

3. Often seen in Australia and New Zealand, the coconut topped bun seen in this picture shares its name with which American city?

Question 3

4. Often baked in October for holiday purposes, name the sweet roll/bun seen here that includes pieces of bone-shaped phalanges. You can provide either its Latin American name, or its name in English.

Question 4

5. The bun kebab, made with a spiced patty, onions, chutney, and is shallow-friend and served on a bun, is a popular sandwich in which country?

Question 5

Next Monday: More food trivia!


LL. Bun, duh
1. Raisins or currants
2. Mrs. Freshley’s
3. Boston
4. Pan de muerto or bread of the dead
5. Pakistan

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