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- Chrain is a spicy paste made from which plant?
- Two dishes are named after Helen Porter Mitchell, name both?
- In 2016, which village in Berkshire contains two of the four three-Michelin-starred restaurants in the United Kingdom?
- What would you be served if a barman mixed 8 parts white Cuban rum, 2 parts lime juice, with 1 part simple syrup?
- What is the common culinary name for the pancreas of the calf or lamb?
- Which cocktail is made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters?
- What is the country of origin of Massaman curry?
- The translated name of which popular food product means 'twice cooked'?
- What is the name given to green Japanese horseradish?
- The famous French wine Chablis is made from which variety of grape?
- What type of pastry is used for profiteroles?
- A frittata is the Italian version of which common dish?
- Whose restaurant would you be visiting if you dined at The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire?
- According to the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland, what kind of food is 'eaten tomorrow, yesterday, but never today'?
- What do the Italian's call a 'pomodoro'?
- 'Bags of Mystery' was a Victorian term used for what common food?
- Pêche Melba and Melba toast (Dame Nellie Melba is the stage name of Australian opera singer Helen Porter Mitchell)
- A Manhattan
- An omelette or crustless quiche
- Heston Blumenthal
- The European sturgeon is heavily fished for the female's valuable roe, what is the better known name of this fish?
- What Italian word means 'before the meal'?
- Kho is a a cooking technique in which country's cuisine?
- What drink is produced in the Welsh village of Penderyn in the Brecon Beacons?
- Which city in France is the centre for claret wines?
- What name is given to an omelette incorporating smoked haddock, Parmesan cheese and cream?
- What does 'trocken' mean on a German wine label?
- Coronation Street's barmaid Betty created which fictional signature dish?
- Goulash originally comes from which country?
- What name derives from the Scottish Gaelic phrase 'the drink that satisfies'?
- What Australian dessert consists of squares of sponge cake coated first in a layer of traditionally chocolate sauce, then in desiccated coconut?
- Bobotie, a dish consisting of spiced minced meat baked with an egg-based topping, is associated with which country?
- Welsh Whisky (the first whisky made in Wales since the 19th century)
- Arnold Bennett
- Betty's hotpot
- South Africa
- What is the main ingredient in Andouillette de Troyes?
- In which continent is 'quinoa' mostly grown?
- Which cocktail is made from gin, lemon juice, sugar and carbonated water?
- There were four basic tastes: sweetness, sourness, saltiness, and bitterness; but what do many now recognize as the fifth taste?
- What is a mortadella?
- What name is given to a Greek dip made of olive oil and fish roe with a consistency similar to mayonnaise?
- What was originally made from white Trebbiano grape juice, and used as a condiment?
- Duxelle are what vegetables, finely chopped, cooked in butter with shallots and wine?
- What type of cherries have the nickname 'cocktail cherries'?
- The saliva of which bird is used in the making of bird's nest soup?
- 'Angels on horseback' are oysters wrapped with what?
- What name is given to an Australian beer glass just smaller than a pint?
- Pork (it's a type of pork sausage)
- South America (in Peru and Bolivia)
- Tom Collins
- A large Italian sausage
- Balsamic vinegar
- Maraschino cherries
- Swift or swiftlet
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