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Which is the most popular cheese in the country?
This food never rots
Deer meat is called
What is this smooth, creamy soup of French origin, made from lobster, langoustine, crab, shrimp, or crayfish?
This fatty fruit is the base ingredient for guacamole
Which is the most widely eaten fish in the world?
Paella is from which country?
Authentic caviar comes from which fish?
Chiffon, Marble, Sponge, Bundt, Pound, and Genoise are types of what?
The Sunday Roast made of roast meat, potato, Yorkshire pudding, veggies, and gravy is traditional to which country?
Ceviche is a dish made primarily of what?
Currywurst is traditional to which country?
Peking Duck has been a part of which country’s cuisine for centuries?
Dulce de leche is a popular dessert in which part of the world?
This Greek dish of baked eggplant, potatoes, and spicy ground lamb is called
This dark brown, savory, yeast extract is an Australian speciality
In Japanese cuisine what is “Nori”?
The French delicacy “Foie Gras” literally means
This dumpling kind of food is native to Tibet, Nepal, and North-east India
In which state is the ice cream capital of the world
This meringue-based cake is named after a Russian ballerina
This deep-fried creepy crawly is a delicacy in Cambodia
A plantain is closest to which fruit?
The main ingredient in Hummus is
Eggs preserved in clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for several months are a delicacy in
This Korean pickled dish is made with fermented vegetables and spices
This Arabic dish literally means “spoiled old daddy”
How many types of pasta exist?
The word “shawarma” is derived from the Turkish word “cevirme,” which literally means
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