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.
We continue our episode from yesterday with even more chocolate, just in time for Halloween. Enjoy!
(Also, today is also #NationalChocolateDay, so enjoy it even more!)
1. While milk chocolate contains, by USDA law, 10% chocolate liquor, what type of chocolate contains at least 35% chocolate liquor?
2. First launched in 1994, name the cereal seen here.
3. Usually found in candymaking shops, name the type of extremely glossy semisweet chocolate that is used for coating and decorating. It’s noted for its extra use of cocoa butter.
4. The cake seen here is made by both Drake’s Cakes and by Hostess. The names are both two words, and they share one of those words. What is the word they share?
5. What city are we in?
6. French for “jowl”, name the glaze or icing made from chocolate and cream used for covering foods like in the picture.
7. Established in 1954 in Salzburg, Austria, the prominent label of chocolate liqueur seen here is named after what famous individual?
8. A Milk Dud is simply chocolate-covered what?
9. Also called a bain-marie, name the device (or combination device) seen here often used to melt chocolate and make fondue.
10. Chocolate Chip, Hot Fudge Sundae, Chocolatey Caramel, and Frosted S’mores are all current varieties of what food?
Next Monday: If my schedule is correct, we’re looking at candy bars! Have a great weekend!
1. Bittersweet chocolate
2. Reese’s Puffs
4. Ding (Ring Ding and Ding Dong)
5. San Francisco
9. Double boiler