9/5/2016 – Baby Food


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.

In honor of Labor Day today, it seems like the perfect opportunity to ask questions about baby food! Enjoy!

1. The pictures seen here both depict Ann Turner Cook, the now mystery writer whose five-month-old picture was used as the logo of the Gerber Products Company. Of 1918, 1928, 1938, or 1948, which year was the Gerber baby logo first used?

Question 1

2. Abbreviated PRL, name the hormone released from the anterior pituitary gland that stimulates milk production after childbirth.

3. The food item seen here shares its name with what baby food company founded in 1891 in Canajoharie, New York?

Question 3

4. The baby seen here is giving a funny look to what two-word food dish, often used as a early food for infants?

Question 4

5. A standard baby bottle is made of four parts: the bottle itself, the teat or nipple, the cap, and what? A bottle can also include a disposable liner for the child.

Tomorrow: After that kheer question from Friday, it’s time to do a sequel to Rice.


1. 1928
2. Prolactin
3. Beech-Nut
4. Rice cereal
5. Ring (to seal the nipple/teat to the bottle)

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