Quiz about Find the Foodstuffs
Quiz about Find the Foodstuffs

Find the Foodstuffs Trivia Quiz


Inside each sentence you will find something you could eat, always hidden in two or more words. There will often be an additional clue to help you.

A multiple-choice quiz by spanishliz. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
spanishliz
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
395,948
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
636
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Possum1 (9/10), stephedm (10/10), TERRYROYHURST (1/10).
1. Look, Pa, Ella is cooking in a special pan.

Answer: (One Word (six letters))
2. If you dwell on the past, you won't reach Cornwall.

Answer: (One Word (five letters))
3. Don't leave your pup out in Emilie's garden.

Answer: (One Word (seven letters))
4. Can you help ump Kingston's ball game this Halloween?

Answer: (One Word (seven letters))
5. Keep each type of fruit in a different basket.

Answer: (One Word (five letters))
6. Try to stay in shape, Artie. You're getting bottom-heavy.

Answer: (One Word (four letters))
7. You could tape an utterly fantastic movie.

Answer: (One Word (six letters))
8. Really, Pa, pay a little more and get the more exotic choice.

Answer: (One Word (six letters))
9. Keeping a steady tempo, Meg ran a ten mile race.

Answer: (One Word (eleven letters))
10. Nuts of this type can be baked into pies.

Answer: (One Word (five letters) (Not pies))

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Look, Pa, Ella is cooking in a special pan.

Answer: paella

Look (Pa, Ella) is...

Paella is a typically Spanish dish originally from the Valencia region, but also known in Andalusia and other parts of Spain. The main ingredient is always rice, though the protein can vary from seafood to pork. The special pan alluded to in the sentence is quite shallow, heavy and has two handles.
2. If you dwell on the past, you won't reach Cornwall.

Answer: pasty

...dwell on the (past y)ou won't...

The mention of Cornwall should have brought to mind the Cornish pasty, which is traditionally beef and vegetables contained in a hand-sized shortcrust pastry, that a farmer or tin miner could carry in their pocket until ready for lunch.
3. Don't leave your pup out in Emilie's garden.

Answer: poutine

...pu(p out in E)milie's...

Poutine is a concoction of French fries (chips), gravy and cheese curds, popular in Quebec and other parts of Canada. Other foodstuffs (perhaps bacon?) can be added, but chips with gravy and curds is the basic recipe. The French spelling of Emily/Emilie was meant as a clue.
4. Can you help ump Kingston's ball game this Halloween?

Answer: pumpkin

...hel(p ump Kin)gston's...

Pumpkins are large orange gourds, useful for making pumpkin pie, or for some, flavouring otherwise tasty coffee. The reference to Halloween (rather late for a baseball game) is a clue, alluding to the carving of pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns for that holiday.
5. Keep each type of fruit in a different basket.

Answer: peach

Kee(p each) type...

A peach is a juicy orange fruit, with a stone in the middle, that can be quite delicious when ripe and eaten as a snack. Fun fact: James Naismith used peach baskets for goals in his first demonstrations of the new sport of basketball in 1891.
6. Try to stay in shape, Artie. You're getting bottom-heavy.

Answer: pear

... in sha(pe Ar)tie...

Pears are another delicious snacking fruit, though they can be hard on the teeth if picked before their time. The clue here is in the warning to Artie that his body is becoming pear-shaped - narrow at the top and wider at the bottom!
7. You could tape an utterly fantastic movie.

Answer: peanut

...could ta(pe an ut)terly...

No extra clues here, unless you snack on peanuts whilst watching the movie. No doubt you know that peanuts are not really nuts, but legumes that grow underground.
8. Really, Pa, pay a little more and get the more exotic choice.

Answer: papaya

Really, (Pa pay a) little...

The papaya (or papaw or pawpaw) is a tropical fruit, originally from the region of Central America. The word exotic in the sentence is meant as a clue to its origin.
9. Keeping a steady tempo, Meg ran a ten mile race.

Answer: pomegranate

...tem(po Meg ran a te)n mile...

Pomegranates contain lots and lots of seeds, and are also said to be a good source of antioxidants, and therefore good for you. Pomegranate juice is one way to consume this goodness.
10. Nuts of this type can be baked into pies.

Answer: pecan

...ty(pe can) be...

Pecan pie has always been a bit too sweet and gooey for my taste, but many people enjoy it. Straight pecans as a snack are good too.
Source: Author spanishliz

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Most Recent Scores
Jan 17 2023 : Possum1: 9/10
Jan 11 2023 : stephedm: 10/10
Dec 30 2022 : TERRYROYHURST: 1/10

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