|1.||Behold, the Pomegranate By
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Do you find yourself intrigued by the pomegranate? No? Well come along anyway and let's find out about this fascinating fruit.
|2.||The Death of Vegemite Worms By
(rank 71 site-wide)|
The death of Vegemite worms is indeed a travesty. The mere mention of this delicious treat has awakened memories of foods from my childhood. Join me in a tribute to traditional Aussie treats that Baby Boomers hoped would last forever.
|3.||Revenge is a Dish By
(rank 97 site-wide)|
Sure, you could serve your revenge cold, but why be picky? Hot? Cold? Sauteed? Baked? Who cares? Serve your dishes...with a vengeance!
|4.||An Allergist's Guide to World Cuisine By
(rank 102 site-wide)|
Dr. Al Lergy's patients just can't eat certain foods -- but they're relying on him to keep them safe! Help Dr. Lergy sort through world cuisine for hidden dangers and secret ingredients.
|5.||The Thyme Machine By
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The day I was invited to the laboratories of the mysterious and eccentric Professor Herb Spicenracker was a day I would never forget. See what happened when I took a trip in the contraption which was only to be known as 'The Thyme Machine'.
|6.||You Ate WHAT?! By
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Jonathan Swift said "It was a bold man who first ate an oyster." This quiz, the result of an author challenge, relates to foods you'd have to be very hungry or very brave to be the first (or, in a few cases, the second) person to eat.
|7.||You've Got to Be Yolking! By
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Ever since my partner started eating egg white omelettes, I have had to find ways to use up the unused egg yolks. Here are some of them!
|8.||Make Your Own Mozzarella! By
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Did you know that you can make your own cheese at home using nothing more complicated than a microwave? Take this quiz and you'll soon be enjoying your own fresh cheese! Both the quiz and the cheesemaking are easier than you think, so give it a whirl.
|9.||Culinary Misnomers By
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The names of many popular dishes and drinks often appear to indicate their origins or ingredients, but are sometimes misleading or inappropriate. This quiz serves up 10 culinary delights whose names are inaccurate in some way.
|10.||This Quiz Really Takes the Cake By
(rank 542 site-wide)|
I like cake. Do you like cake? Can you recognize some of the world's most classic cakes by their photos? Take this quiz and find out!
|11.||Crochet Tiger, Knit A Dragon By
(rank 549 site-wide)|
Ah, Woollen Grasshopper, do you not know that there is a connection between martial arts and yarn arts? Then I have much to teach you about both, my student; come. Do not be concerned if you think you know nothing of either, you will quickly learn; come.
|12.||Give Peas a Chance By
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Kitchen? Kitchen, you say? More like a torture chamber! Can you believe what they're doing in there to those poor vegetables?
|13.||It's Not a Tuna By
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Tuna is eaten raw, grilled deliciously rare, or even tinned. This quiz has nothing to do with tuna though. Here are ten questions about seafood which have nothing to do with tuna. Bon appetit!
|14.||Wanna Change Alignment? By
(rank 819 site-wide)|
A quiz on the ethical mores of playing characters consistently in the Dungeons and Dragons system.
|15.||Viva la Pasta! By
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The first thirteen questions concern various shapes and cuts of pasta; the next twelve concern various cooking methods and sauces with which pastas are traditionally served. Buon Appetito!
|16.||Sammy Was Up a Tree, and Now He's Bushed By
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Hi! I'm Sammy Sosquirrely, and I love my yard - it's not all that hard. There are trees galore, and bushes even more. Come along with me, let's go exploring, I'll show my favorites, and I'll try not to be boring.
|17.||Sammy Sosquirrely Branches Out By
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I'm Sammy Sosquirrely and I like trees, scampering through branches I enjoy the breeze, stirring and rustling the countless leaves, and I'd like to share this pleasure, if you please, so come with me and explore my trees.
|18.||Oh No, Mr. Bill! By
(rank 1168 site-wide)|
Oh no, as I am traveling around the world, I keep collecting bills as souvenirs of the countries I have visited. Each of these bills features an image of a prominent man. Clicking on the photo to enlarge it may provide useful information.
|19.||All About Herbs By
(rank 1284 site-wide)|
This quiz is all about herbs and their practical uses, both culinary and medicinal. Hope you enjoy it.
|20.||Lamb for Dinner By
(rank 1318 site-wide)|
Our friendly shepherd, Eburge, has allowed his sheep to wander into Hobbies. Let's have a look at what we can do with them before he realises and reclaims the flock, which may be less numerous than when he lost them. Note: UK terms and bias apply.
|21.||Recipes of the Raj By
(rank 1322 site-wide)|
Join me for a day-long feast of Anglo-Indian cuisine from the time of the British Raj.
|22.||Fungi, New and Mold By
(rank 1344 site-wide)|
Making a batch of pizzas, I noticed how many interesting fungi were involved in the meal I was preparing.
|23.||Can You Tuna Bass? By
(rank 1353 site-wide)|
Fish and seafood are popular around the world - here are some delicious examples.
|24.||Going Against the Grain By
(rank 1358 site-wide)|
Or going with another grain. Let's look at some of the many grains used for food around the world.
|25.||A History of Fat People By
(rank 1379 site-wide)|
Diets have long been part of day to day life, as humankind has long been obsessed with shedding those unwanted pounds. This quiz promises to give you plenty of "food for thought", and will test your knowledge of dieting history.
|26.||Help, I'm a Piece in a Game! By
(rank 1389 site-wide)|
I'm trapped in some kind of dream where I keep changing into different pieces from different games. Help me get out of this nightmare by figuring out what game I'm playing.
|27.||The Canadian Cuisine Tour By
(rank 1392 site-wide)|
All aboard for a moveable feast! See how many of these Canadian provincial food specialties you can identify. (My source for recipes is primarily 'Classic Canadian Cooking' by Elizabeth Baird and recipes from friends across Canada.)
|28.||Our Daily Bread By
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How much do you know about this staple food item from around the world? It's amazing what a variety of foods can be made from flour, water, and maybe a little yeast.
|29.||The Coffee Song By
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According to the song by Frank Sinatra, "They've got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil". They've got an awful lot of coffee all around the world - check out the background of this popular drink.
|30.||Totally Nuts By
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Please note: this quiz is not in the "People" category. This really is a quiz about edible nuts - no political nuts, nutty professors or nut cases here. (OK, the author IS Californian.) But are you ready to prove yourself a true trivia nut?
|31.||Fill Up My Plate By
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We had a pot luck barbecue last weekend, and I was delighted to fill up my plate several times with some of the lovely salads that appeared on the table. Let's look at some of their luscious ingredients.
|32.||How the Potato Changed The World By
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Whilst it may appear as merely a humble foodstuff, the potato's role in history has been a remarkable and idiosyncratic tale of conquest, diplomacy, edict and famine.
|33.||Oh No! Not Another Harry Potter Quiz! By
(rank 1716 site-wide)|
Harry Potter has had enough of quizzes being written about him. After hearing that a pottery quiz was going to be composed he exclaimed, "Oh no! Not another Harry Potter quiz!" So let's see what pottery facts are in store for our Harry this time!
|34.||Sammy Sosquirrely, is Exploring, Surely! By
(rank 1746 site-wide)|
Sammy Sosquirrely is not at at home. He's packed a bag and decided to roam. He shall travel around and see what can be found. Sammy knows what to look for - so come along and explore!
|35.||More South African Food And Drink! By
(rank 1762 site-wide)|
A follow-on from my first quiz on South African food and drink which received many kind compliments. My thanks to Leau who helped me with Dutch translations, amongst other things, in the first quiz.
|36.||Ralph the Llama Meets Meat By
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Like most llamas, Ralph is a herbivore, but he is curious about what attracts some to the eating of meat.
|37.||Top of the Muffin to You! By
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The title of this quiz, a line from the TV show "Seinfeld", refers to the ritual of eating only the top part of a muffin, and discarding the 'stump'. Here is a look at some food-related rituals from around the world.
|38.||Perennial Borders By
(rank 1915 site-wide)|
A quiz about some of the flowering plants used to create a perennial border, some common, others not so common. Good Luck!
|39.||My Favorite Spices By
(rank 1917 site-wide)|
Do you have a favorite spice? Here are ten interesting questions covering the topic of spices from around the world. Spice up your life and give it a try...good luck!
|40.||Gastronomic Migrations By
(rank 1950 site-wide)|
The cuisines of many nations would not be what they are today were it not for the various ingredients that have circumnavigated the globe over the last millennium. Come along on a gastronomic journey.
|41.||Attack of the 50-ft. Avocado By
(rank 2026 site-wide)|
Eek! A giant avocado has attacked Quizzyland and is now on the loose! Help the Quizzyland warriors to find and defeat the rogue fruit by providing them with information about it. Good luck!
|42.||Basic Jewellery and Silversmithing By
(rank 2064 site-wide)|
In 2003, I took my first basic jewellery and silversmithing course, so I thought a quiz about the basics of this fascinating hobby might be appreciated. All the terms are from the UK. Enjoy.
|43.||Lost Arts 2- Milking By
(rank 2093 site-wide)|
There are many things our forefathers knew that we are beginning to rediscover and enjoy. Can you imagine getting your own milk in the morning?
|44.||Baking the Grade By
(rank 2101 site-wide)|
Knowing about baked foods can be a bit of a test, but if you can identify these ones, perhaps you can bake...erm...make the grade. Good luck!
|45.||The Wurst of Thymes By
(rank 2184 site-wide)|
Sausage, salami, wiener, wurst - around the world these foods may contain assorted types of meat, and a large variety of herbs, spices and other ingredients. This is a taste of some of the flavorings used in sausages.
|46.||Help, It's Happening Again! By
(rank 2221 site-wide)|
Oh no, I'm back in that dream where I keep changing into different pieces from different games. Help me get out of this nightmare by figuring out what game I'm playing.
|47.||Trivial Pursuit - The Game that Changed It All By
(rank 2313 site-wide)|
A romp through the history of the most popular trivia game ever!
|48.||Aussie Tucker By
(rank 2369 site-wide)|
That's Australian cuisine to those of you who weren't sure what 'tucker' meant.
|49.||South African Food And Drink. By
(rank 2442 site-wide)|
South Africa is a melting pot of culinary influences from Britain, Holland and several other countries, including India. I hope you enjoy this culinary trip around S.A and enjoy the history behind the food.
|50.||Whiskey a Go Go By
(rank 2482 site-wide)|
How much do you know about Bourbon, Scotch and other whiskies?
|51.||A Toast to Toast! By
(rank 2526 site-wide)|
Simple and versatile, toast has long been a staple food for humankind. Though primarily thought of as a breakfast food, it can be served as a snack and can be eaten at any time of the day. But how much do you know about it? Let's find out!
|52.||A Bunch Of British Wild Flowers By
(rank 2559 site-wide)|
English counties have their own wild flower emblem. I will give you some clues and all you need to do is guess the name of the wild flower.
|53.||Always Assume the Bratwurst By
(rank 2585 site-wide)|
But never assume it's pre-cooked. Ten questions about the best of the wurst.
|54.||Cooking Terms, Part V By
(rank 2630 site-wide)|
There is no end to culinary quizzes because there is no end to interesting things to have and use and eat and do in the kitchen. Test your knowledge of a bit of the language of cooking.
|55.||Cookies and Cakes and Other Sweet Bakes By
(rank 2680 site-wide)|
I just found my mother's old cookbook, so I'm tying on my apron, preheating the oven and getting ready for a baking binge. Are you ready to join me?
|56.||Cooking Terms, Part II By
(rank 2710 site-wide)|
Every activity has its own special language to describe things and processes. Cooking is no exception. How many of these cooking terms do you know well?
|57.||I Could Murder A British Fry-Up! By
(rank 2761 site-wide)|
I am dieting. And so hungry I could eat my foot. So I need to live vicariously through a quiz about food. My favourite meal is a traditional British fry-up. How much do you know about what this meal contains? Play the quiz, then go and eat one for me!
|58.||Cooking Terms By
(rank 2767 site-wide)|
Even when speaking English, chefs use a language peculiar to the kitchen. How many of these cooking terms do you know well?
|59.||Inside Your Grandfather's Shed By
(rank 2833 site-wide)|
Let me loose in a hardware store and I'm just like a kid in a lolly shop. The evolution of hand tools has made it easy for the home handyperson, but what about tools our Grandfathers used? Here are some examples of how they did it the hard way.
|60.||Sunny Side Up? Not Egg-zactly! By
(rank 2908 site-wide)|
After posting about my inability to cook a decent egg, the Scrambled Eggheads came to my rescue! Besides being brilliant, they are also masters of the culinary arts - and gracious enough to share their expertise. Come along, and learn with me!
|61.||Have A "Hershey" Break By
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The Hershey Corp. manufactures over 100 variations of chocolate bars and candies to tempt our palates. All these treats are readily available in the U.S. I will describe the candy. I'll give some hints along the way. See if you can name them. Good luck.
|62.||A Drop of the Irish By
(rank 3040 site-wide)|
Never mind Scotch! Ireland is the original home of the water of life ('uisce beatha') that is whiskey. This quiz explains a bit about its unique features and history - which makes Irish whiskey the best of all.
|63.||Lord of the Flies By
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Artificial flies are lures that imitate the natural food of the target fish. Let's explore the amazing variety of materials, shapes, and sizes used to attract a range of fish species.
|64.||Classic British Sweets of Yesteryear By
(rank 3102 site-wide)|
A dose of nostalgia as we look back on some of the classic British sweets and ices that many of us grew up with.
|65.||Cooking Terms, Part XIV By
(rank 3168 site-wide)|
Are you ready for yet another test of your knowledge of the specialized language of the kitchen?
|66.||Death in the Fish Tank - A Whatdunnit By
(rank 3297 site-wide)|
Some familiar-sounding sleuths are about to investigate the mysterious deaths that can occur in tropical fish tanks. This quiz may help budding enthusiasts to solve or prevent common cases of aquarium "fishicide".
|67.||I Gotta Ricotta By
(rank 3402 site-wide)|
I found a recipe for 'Cheesecake Pancakes', and realized that I needed them desperately! But, the recipe called for ricotta cheese, which I did not have. So I decided to investigate, and see what I could learn about that simple cheese.
|68.||I Can't Believe That's a Scrabble Word By
(rank 3406 site-wide)|
Scrabble accepts some interesting words. This is a quiz for your average player, not the Scrabble experts! All words are English rules.
|69.||Herby: Fully Loaded By
(rank 3422 site-wide)|
Herbs, herbs, everywhere... I love herbs of all kinds, and often find myself using them to excess; my food is truly "herby: fully loaded".
|70.||Get Thee to a Bakery! By
(rank 3428 site-wide)|
If you're a little bit peckish then don't try this quiz. There are 10 questions about cakes and breads that may have you running for a real bakery.
|71.||A Taste of India By
(rank 3436 site-wide)|
Indian food is undeniably spicy, warm and filling. Let me give you a taste of what culinary delights await you on an Indian menu.
|72.||A Taste of England  By
(rank 3461 site-wide)|
Let us take a look at some popular alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks served up in England.
|73.||Dining with Llamas: A Culinary Tour of the UK By
(rank 3495 site-wide)|
Maybe you're hungry or like the company of llamas or want to discover more about UK regional dishes. If you can answer yes to any of these, then come and be the guest of the Revenge of the Llamas team. Don't miss the clues in some of the questions.
|74.||Edible People By
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Down through the centuries people have been honoured by having dishes and drinks named for them. With how many of these eponymous treats are you familiar?
|75.||There's No Dispute That Fruit is Cute By
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Having just been advised that a jelly doughnut does not count as a serving of fruit, I'm off to the local gourmet fruit market. Would you like to come along?
|76.||Mmmmm... Cheesecake! By
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One of the tastiest desserts!
|77.||Life of Pie By
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No, not "Life of Pi" the movie! Not the book! No, not Pi, as in "pi r square" the formula, because pie are not square, pie are round. Yes! "Life of Pie": the Dessert. Warning: some of these pies are savory, not sweet.
|78.||Being a Kid in the 1970s (Toys) By
(rank 3821 site-wide)|
Ah, the age of earth tones and organic food! Life in the 1970s wasn't all about granola and disco. Those of us who were kids in the 1970's remember things quite differently. This quiz is all about toys everyone played with during that decade.
|79.||Cooking Terms, Part VII By
(rank 3825 site-wide)|
One of the great joys of cooking is that a lifetime is not long enough to learn all there is to know about it. Use this quiz to chart your progress in learning the culinary language.
|80.||Who Wants Creme Brulee? By
(rank 3881 site-wide)|
I got the name from a funny SNL skit. I'll list two or more foods or drinks. You have to figure out what they have in common.
|81.||Culinary Tribonds By
(rank 3915 site-wide)|
In this quiz I will list three food-related words and you have to match them with the proper answer choice...sounds easy, I hope so!
|82.||What am I Cooking? By
(rank 3988 site-wide)|
Most good home cooks should be able to recognize these methods and recipes. However, if your idea of cooking is pressing the 'heat' button on your microwave, watch out! Note: As I am a Canadian, this quiz uses North American names for baked goods.
|83.||Planet of the Grapes By
(rank 4034 site-wide)|
The delicious grape is eaten world-wide, and is also the subject of a number of bad jokes which you can groan over in the extra information for each question.
|84.||American Food History #1: Native Influence By
(rank 4045 site-wide)|
I love to cook and I love history so... This is the first in a series about what Americans eat and why. We will start from the beginning, with the original Americans and work our way forward in time. Bon Appetit!
|85.||Sundae, Bloody Sundae By
(rank 4046 site-wide)|
This quiz is about ice cream, ice cream toppings, ice cream desserts, and other things sundae-related.
|86.||British Cheeses By
(rank 4074 site-wide)|
We Brits have been criticized in the past for our cheese. We now have many more to choose from, roughly 700 varieties. See if you can pick the correct cheese from the description.
|87.||Lost Arts 3 - Natural Dyeing By
(rank 4131 site-wide)|
Our ancestors did not use synthetic dyes to color their possessions, only colors derived from plants, animals and minerals. While rarely-seen today, these dyes are still available- and beautiful!
|88.||An English Country Garden By
(rank 4133 site-wide)|
Flowers, flowers everywhere, that's what people think of when they think of an English country garden. Here are some perennial favourites.
|89.||Exceller's Oreo Museum By
(rank 4193 site-wide)|
Welcome to Exceller's Oreo Museum! Enter in these doors to learn about Exceller's favorite American cookie!
|90.||Great Canadian Treats By
(rank 4208 site-wide)|
Most typical Canadian cuisine is pretty similar to American food, but we do have a few things that we've made our own! Might be really easy for Canadians, but possibly more challenging for people from other countries. Bon appetit!
|91.||Recipe For Disaster By
(rank 4282 site-wide)|
Martha Mydear was lucky enough to be able to purchase first class passage on the Titanic. And she was well pleased with her fellow travelers - and the decadent choices in dining. Shall we see what she enjoyed?
|92.||Cutting the Beef By
(rank 4291 site-wide)|
Beef and veal are widely considered among the finest meats in advanced cuisine, but some cuts are better than others and suitable for different things. How many of them do you know? (American terms)
|93.||Cooking Terms, Part III By
(rank 4398 site-wide)|
The words used in kitchens can be puzzling to neophytes but are both precise and economical in the mouths of accomplished cooks. How many of these cooking terms do you know well?
|94.||Can Men Knit or (K)not? By
(rank 4429 site-wide)|
Knitting is traditionally seen as a craft done by women and this is true, but in this quiz you will discover that some famous and not so famous men are associated with knitting and some even knit themselves.
|95.||The Dark Side of Chocolate By
(rank 4442 site-wide)|
The jury is still out on dark chocolate. Some say it's good for you, some say otherwise. Here are ten questions on this product. Have fun!
|96.||A Brush With Nature: Artists In The Rose Garden By
(rank 4485 site-wide)|
Roses are often named after people, famous or otherwise. Here's a bouquet of artists you can sample without getting covered in paint or pollen. Who's in your rose bed? Take a look!
|97.||Cooking with Chilis is Always Caliente By
(rank 4518 site-wide)|
LeoDaVinci has turned up the heat for the Four Winds (Lones78, zorba-scank, shuehorn & JanIQ). No cool breezes here, only some of the hottest and spiciest food in the world!
|98.||Name That Board Game By
(rank 4520 site-wide)|
In this quiz you will be asked to identify a board game based on a brief description of the adventures of one or two players. Good luck!
|99.||Kitchen History By
(rank 4539 site-wide)|
What happens when a history-loving FT quiz architect starts reading cookery books? You would probably get a series of questions about food and drink related to historical events or places. You'll see what I mean.
|100.||Origami Swans By
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How many of these origami animals can you recognize, as you explore the craft that produces them?