7/4/17 – Grillin’ Out


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.

Happy Fourth everyone! Before you take today’s quiz, it’s your duty to review the trivia about the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, as that’s the most important event of the day. Since I’m not sure we can do a sequel to it (and don’t think I wouldn’t), let us live on and survive this Independence Day with some questions about grilling. Enjoy!

1. Derived from a French word, what term is given to a single unit of charcoal?

2. What six-letter word describes the shape of the grill seen here?

Question 2

3. What’s the Japanese word for “fire bowl”?

4. Shown here is the partial logo of what grill company, founded in 1893.

Question 4

5. Of CH4, C2H6, C3H8, C4H10, if you need to purchase any propane or propane accessories, which chemical formula should you know about?

6. Although the term has taken on a completely different meaning, the device seen here is usually given what eight-letter name?


Question 6



1. Briquette
2. Kettle
3. Hibachi
4. Weber
5. C3H8
6. Gridiron

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