These yummy deep-fried balls made of fava beans and chickpeas are a famous Middle Eastern side dish eaten with hummus. It is believed that Coptic Christians from Egypt invented this as a replacement for meat during Lent.
The trendy noodle soup Pho—pronounced as "fuh"—is practically available at every street corner of Vietnam. It is best loved as a breakfast dish comprising a base of rice noodles topped with sliced raw beef in a spicy beef broth.
The most loved dish from Viennese cuisine, the name ‘schnitzel' has been patented by Austria and can be used only for thinly pounded bread-fried veal cutlets. National Wiener Schnitzel Day is celebrated every September 9th.
Fries, gravy, and cheese curds - what's not to like about poutine? Invented during the 1950s in Quebec, this meal is Canada's national dish and is a permanent fixture on every McDonald's menu across the country.
Created in Berlin by Herta Heuwer in 1949, the currywurst is beyond a casual sausage. It's boiled and then fried and topped with curry sauce. More than 800 million currywursts are eaten every year in Germany.
Made from animal blood (mostly pigs), fat, and oatmeal, black pudding is basically a type of blood sausage. Widely eaten across the UK and Ireland, the annual World Black Pudding Throwing Championships are held in Lancashire every September.
According to the New York Times, in 1894, hungover Wall Street broker Lemuel Benedict ordered a breakfast of poached eggs, bacon, buttered toast, and a pitcher of hollandaise sauce at the old Waldorf Hotel in New York.
Britain's most indulgent steak dish, Beef Wellington is a decadent preparation of meat wrapped in pastry. It is believed to be named after the first Duke of Wellington—Arthur Wellesley—after he vanquished Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo.
There is no love more sincere than the love for food. If you're a know-it-all foodie, then try guessing the countries from which these foods originally belong. Take this quiz and find out if you really know about food as much as you think you do!
You may know the names of many countries, their prominent landmarks, and even recognize famous personalities who hail from these places. But can you guess their capital cities? We bring you 50 countries of the world in this ultimate world capitals quiz. Play now and find out how many you can get right.
Pride yourself as a history buff who dominates trivia night at the bar every time? Or does the thought of history tests back in high school chill you to the bone? It doesn't matter whether you love or hate history, we are sure you'll be able to answer these simple questions about America's unforgettable past. Take this quiz and prove us right!
Cartoons have always defined and influenced our childhood in many ways. Some can relate to the gentle comedy of the Looney Tunes while others watched shows like Ninja Turtles and X-Men. These cartoon serials became an integral part of our lives which is why we can still recall some of the most obvious and iconic instances of our favorite shows. Take this quiz to find out exactly how well can you associate the cartoon to their iconic catchphrase.
About 50 countries in the world have English as their native language. But did you know that some of the commonly-used English words or phrases are from a foreign language? Well, you can take this test and find out how well you know your daily-used English words' origin.
Does your idea of having a good time always involve reading an amazing book? If yes, we think you will enjoy taking this quiz with us. Find out how good a bibliophile you are by guessing these best-selling books.
"Books are uniquely portable magic"- Stephen King. Books take you across time and place, while you are still sitting comfortably indoors. Although there are plenty of books for you to read throughout your lifetime, only a few will have an impact on you. These are known as the greatest books of all time. If you are a bibliophile, you will probably know the tiles of some great novels. Want to take up the challenge? Complete the titles of these novels.