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.
3. Often seen in Australia and New Zealand, the coconut topped bun seen in this picture shares its name with which American city?
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.
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?
Next Monday: More food trivia!
LL. Bun, duh
1. Raisins or currants
2. Mrs. Freshley’s
4. Pan de muerto or bread of the dead