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.
Before we move into Turkish food, LL had a question about drink yesterday:
Learned League precedent (LL70, MD8) – Édouard Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, pictured here, features within it what is believed to be one of the first formally registered trademarks. It is a trademark for what brand?
Slam dunk for me, as I had a similar though during the Olympic cities series on FCT:
The answer was Bass Ale, and all was well. Unfortunately, my F/D remains .000 this season, because apparently this was a Bus/Econ question. Ah well.
Anyway, the World Wednesday Araba rolls on, and the 29th stop takes us to Turkey.
1. What traditional Turkish breakfast seen includes ingredients of eggs, tomato, green peppers, and spices, which can be dipped, spread, or spooned?
2. Name these Turkish dumplings, which look like ravioli, where beef or lamb dumplings are boiled/fried and served with yogurt or butter?
3. What’s the main ingredient of the drink seen here?
4. What word is used for both a special preparation of baklava, as well as a Turkish dish of a creamy dairy product similar to clotted cream, seen here?
5. Lokum, or rahat lokum, is the local term for a confection known in the US as what name?
6. Made with grape pomace and flavored with aniseed, name the drink seen here considered a national drink of Turkey often served as an aperitif?
Tomorrow: More food trivia!
3. Coffee (that’s Turkish coffee, and it’s thicker than other coffees)
5. Turkish delight