2/13/17 – Chicken Soup


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.

Some notes before we start:

-Guest Week is on a slight delay, as the person I asked to do Day 4 did agree, but didn’t ever send me questions, so they certainly can whenever they get them to me. I’ll post Days 4 and 5 when they come to me. I do want to thank the folks that were a part of Guest Week, and I have plans to commemorate those folks more.
-Lots of work last week, sorry.
-Oh, and I probably have the flu right now. I did have a 102 yesterday, but I might be on the mend right now, and thanks to that, today’s quiz is about chicken soup. Enjoy!

1. Chicken Noodle Soup by Campbell’s is one of the most famous condensed soups ever. So, what does it mean to be “condensed”?

2. The two-word rhyming nickname of what Scottish soup, made with chicken and vegetables, is removed from this photo?

Question 2

3. Chicken soup is often called what two word nickname, as chicken soup has been served along sides items like kreplach and lokshen (dumplings and flat egg noodles) for centuries, while I presume the nickname wasn’t created until at least 1928?

4. The Italian-American soup seen here made with green vegetables, usually sausage, and chicken broth, is named after what kind of event?

Question 4

5. The appetizer dish known as Sweet Corn Chicken Soup, seen here, is a popular dish in which country?

Question 5


1. Concentrated by removing the water
2. Cock-a-leekie soup (often called “cockie leekie”)
3. Jewish penicillin
4. Wedding soup
5. India

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