8/12/2016 – Olympic Cities Part 3


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.

Today, we wrap up the week with the rest of the Olympic host cities, and it’s exciting that we will have asked more questions about home cities than Michael Phelps has earned gold medals. There’s no way he’ll reach 28!

Los Angeles 1984: Name the restaurant seen here, founded in 1939, whose hot dogs are often listed as best in the city and state, and a cultural landmark for the city.

Question 1984

Seoul 1988: Translating as “mixed rice”, name the Korean dish seen here, made of mixed vegetables and beef, served on rice, and usually topped with a raw or fried egg.

Question 1988

Barcelona 1992: What Catalan speciality and incredible-Scrabbly named food is a dessert filled with crema catalana, deep fried, and covered in sugar?

Question 1992

Atlanta 1996: If you order your hash browns at Waffle House “smothered” and “covered”, what two ingredients will you find on it? Within the last 3 months, I’ve ordered the hash brown all the way, and it was so good and so much. I really should not get chili on the next one.

Sydney 2000: What two words have been obscured in this photo?

Question 2000

Athens 2004: Since not all Greek cheese is feta, name the cheese seen here, made from sheep’s or goat’s milk and features a sharp, salty flavor. The cheese is often grated, and this cheese is also the cheese often used in saganaki.

Question 2004

Beijing 2008: Name the dish seen here.

Question 2008

London 2012: The Manet painting “A Bar at the Foiles-Bergere” features a bottle of what English beer on the right, since its logo is clearly shown? The logo is oldest trademark in Britain, registered in 1875, although the beer was first made in 1777.

Question 2012

Rio 2016: Name the tropically fruit seen here. Don’t think too hard about it.

Question 2016

If you’ve think I’ve missed a major dish in this Olympic series, be sure to check out their country from a previous World Wednesday. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series, and keep watching the Olympics.

Next Monday: I’ve got a busy, traveling weekend, so no guarantee on Monday. If I do, I’m feeling McDonald’s, as to keep the Olympic series going.


1984. Pink’s Hot Dogs
1988. Bibimbap
1992. Xuixo
1996. Onions and cheese
2000. Yeast Extract
2004. Kasseri cheese
2008. Peking duck
2012. Bass Ale
2016. Starfruit

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