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.
Simple theme today, hope you enjoy it!
1. After mozzarella, what cheese named after a village in Somerset, UK is the second-most popular cheese in the United States?
2. At the Passover Seder meal, which vegetable is often used as the maror or Chazeret, one of the bitter herbs? Although the vegetable itself is not bitter, it becomes bitter after the first taste, which is symbolic to the Jews leaving Egypt. During Seder, this vegetable is served alongside horseradish root.
3. The item seen here is used typically on what type of food product?
4. If you saw a bunch of geoducks coming towards you, then you should embrace for an impact of what type of creatures? Despite their name, these West Coast critters do not fly.
5. Thomas Anthony “T.A.” Denny, a major contributor to the Salvation Army throughout the 19th century, was an Irish merchant of what food product? Despite his name, he has nothing to do with the current restaurant with that name, who is completely obsessed over this food product.
6. The Vienna process, the Chorleywood process, and proofing are three types of methods sometimes incorporated in the making of what food?
(They are all slang for money)