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Quiz about Say Cheese
Quiz about Say Cheese

Say Cheese! Trivia Quiz


Did someone say cheese? I've hidden different types of cheeses in sentences. See if you can find them by using the letter count hints given.

A multiple-choice quiz by leith90. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
leith90
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
397,824
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
509
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
Question 1 of 10
1. Giuseppe's brothers thought he was crazy when he got a giraffe tattoo on his leg.

Answer: (One Word, 4 letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. The chauffeur waxed a mirror shine on the limo before driving the Prime Minister to the palace.

Answer: (One Word, 4 letters)
Question 3 of 10
3. Pretty apricot tagetes, also known as marigolds, were planted in the garden.

Answer: (One Word, 7 letters)
Question 4 of 10
4. The gambler threw his ticket on the ground and exclaimed as his horse was overtaken, 'go! U darned nag!'

Answer: (One Word, 5 letters)
Question 5 of 10
5. The archaeologist was excited when he thought he'd found another Venus de Milo.

Answer: (One Word, 5 letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. The petulant child stomped her foot, 'I want a churro, Ma, not a lollipop!'

Answer: (One Word, 6 letters)
Question 7 of 10
7. Harry was kept busy trying to distil tonnes of elderberries into wine before the festival.

Answer: (One Word, 7 letters)
Question 8 of 10
8. Despite harking back to medieval times, the Baroque fort was still standing proudly atop the cliffs.

Answer: (One Word, 9 letters)
Question 9 of 10
9. The soldiers marched daringly into the fray of battle.

Answer: (One Word, 7 letters)
Question 10 of 10
10. Sally uncorked the rhubarb Riesling and savoured the sweet bouquet.

Answer: (One Word, 4 letters)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Giuseppe's brothers thought he was crazy when he got a giraffe tattoo on his leg.

Answer: Feta

Giuseppe's brothers thought he was crazy when he got a giraf/FE TA/ttoo on his leg.

Feta is a popular curd-type cheese originating in Greece. It is made from ewe's milk but may also be made with a mixture of sheep and goat milk. It is a soft, crumbly, skinless cheese that has a tangy, salty flavour due to being soaked in brine.
2. The chauffeur waxed a mirror shine on the limo before driving the Prime Minister to the palace.

Answer: Edam

The chauffeur wax/ED A M/irror shine on the limo before driving the Prime Minister to the palace.

Made from the milk of cows and occasionally goats, Edam is a semi-hard cheese named for the town of Edam in the Netherlands. The cheese is distinctive for its cylindrical shape and covering of red wax.
3. Pretty apricot tagetes, also known as marigolds, were planted in the garden.

Answer: Cottage

Cottage- Pretty apri/COT TAGE/tes, also known as marigolds, were planted in the garden.

Ricotta- Pretty ap/RICOT TA/getes, also known as marigolds, were planted in the garden.

Cottage cheese differs from other cheeses in that it's fresh, not aged. It is wetter due to the whey being drained, not pressed out. It has a slightly sour taste, is high in protein but low in fat which makes it popular with dieters.
4. The gambler threw his ticket on the ground and exclaimed as his horse was overtaken, 'go! U darned nag!'

Answer: Gouda

The gambler threw his ticket on the ground and exclaimed as his horse was overtaken, '/GO U DA/rned nag!'

Named for the town of Gouda in the Netherlands, where it was traded. Gouda cheese is a hard, yellow cheese made from cow's milk. It is soaked in brine for a short time, then coated and aged for anything from four weeks to 12 months or more. The cheese becomes harder and more flavourful the longer it ages.
5. The archaeologist was excited when he thought he'd found another Venus de Milo.

Answer: Herve

The archaeologist was excited when he thought he'd found anot/HER VE/nus de Milo.

Herve cheese is a soft Belgian cheese named for the countryside where it was first made. As it ages the colour deepens and the taste matures from sweet to spicy. The inside is yellow but the outside is a reddish-brown due to the edible mould that grows on it.
6. The petulant child stomped her foot, 'I want a churro, Ma, not a lollipop!'

Answer: Romano

The petulant child stomped her foot, 'I want a chur/RO MA NO/t a lollipop!'

Romano is an American hard cheese with a slightly salty flavour. It can be made from cow, sheep and/or goat's milk and is similar in taste and texture to the Italian Pecorino Romano which is made entirely from sheep's milk. This Romano is made from pressed curds, brine soaked then salt rubbed and aged for around five months.
7. Harry was kept busy trying to distil tonnes of elderberries into wine before the festival.

Answer: Stilton

Harry was kept busy trying to di/STIL TON/nes of elderberries into wine before the festival.

Stilton is a strong flavoured blue cheese named after the English town of Stilton. The cheese is made from local pasteurised milk and formed into a cylinder. Wire is used to pierce the cheese and allow air in to the core of the cheese. This allows the growth of mould which produces the distinctive aroma, smell and blue veins of the cheese.

Ironically, following a European Commission ruling, Stilton cheese must be made in Derbyshire, Leicestershire or Nottinghamshire. Stilton the town is in Cambridgeshire, and so the original Stilton can no longer be called Stilton.
8. Despite harking back to medieval times, the Baroque fort was still standing proudly atop the cliffs.

Answer: Roquefort

Despite harking back to medieval times, the Ba/ROQUE FORT/was still standing proudly atop the cliffs.

Roquefort is a popular French cheese made from milk from the Lacaune breed of sheep. The mould that gives Roquefort its distinctive taste and blue veins is Penicillium roqueforti and is found in the local caves. By law, only cheeses that are aged in the Combalou caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon can be called 'Roquefort'.
9. The soldiers marched daringly into the fray of battle.

Answer: Cheddar

The soldiers mar/CHED DAR/ingly into the fray of battle.

Cheddar cheese is a hard, off white coloured cheese that was originally produced in Cheddar, a village in Somerset, England. Made from cow's milk, cheddar is the most popular cheese in England and the second most popular in the US.
10. Sally uncorked the rhubarb Riesling and savoured the sweet bouquet.

Answer: Brie

Sally uncorked the rhubar/B RIE/sling and savoured the sweet bouquet.

Brie is a soft white cheese from Brie in France and has a distinctive white mould rind which is eaten with the creamy soft interior. Made from cow's milk it is similar in looks to Camembert but has a softer aroma and taste.
Source: Author leith90

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