12/22/17 – Hot Chocolate

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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.

With the season now over, it’s now only Christmas season! I’ll write a post about canola oil in 2018. I ended LL75 going 7 for 8 in the season, with the question about M.F.K. Fisher being the only miss. Of the 7 I got right, 5 of them had been directly asked or mentioned here on the website, so this website once again fulfill its promise. I look forward to a 2018 full of more food questions.

For the next few days (yes even this weekend), I’ll take care of some holiday foods I haven’t written about so far, and today’s entry takes us to hot chocolate. Enjoy!

1. Seen here is a picture that appears the name in the logo of what brand?

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Question 1

2. “The superiority of chocolate, both for health and nourishment, will soon give it the preference over tea and coffee.” This quote is by a famous American, and the samples below are served as his home to show how he liked his hot chocolate when he served it those years ago. What home is this?

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Question 2

3. In Mexican cooking, what whisk seen here is used to froth the hot chocolate, by holding it between your palms and spinning?

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Question 3

4. While in Mexico, what is the name of this Mexican variant of hot chocolate? A atole-based drink, it is made corn dough, corn flour, the sugar panela, and milk, and often served with churros?

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Question 4

5. Name the brand seen here, owned by the Hershey company, that is one letter off from being the name of a swamp planet.

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Question 5

ANSWERS BELOW:

 

1. Swiss Miss
2. Monticello (the guy was Thomas Jefferson)
3. Molinillo
4. Champurrado
5. Dagoba

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