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  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Sep 13, 2015
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(24)
Funny quiz, I love food
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Oct 10, 2014
(42)
I LOVE SAMOSAS!!!! The best Indian snack there is!!!
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Oct 10, 2014
(49)
Yum!
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Aug 5, 2016
(28)
Oh my gosh, yes!
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Nov 21, 2016
(67)
missed an 89 percenter but got an 11 percenter...go figure
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Oct 10, 2014
(55)
What has happened to that kiwi? o.O
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Oct 10, 2014
(66)
I actually hesitated to write kiwi and came back to it at the end because of that weird red center!
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Oct 10, 2014
(61)
Some Kiwi fruit are like that, some are plain solid green, like most fruit there are different varieties. ........... I like them all.
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Dec 17, 2014
(49)
In New Zealand, we call them kiwifruit. It's so funny the rest of the world calls them kiwi! Here, a kiwi is a bird, or a New Zealander.
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Aug 5, 2016
(63)
I could not spell prosciutto to save my life.
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Oct 10, 2014
(56)
Ditto.
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Oct 10, 2014
(45)
yea, or bruschetta, which I spelled bruchetta
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Oct 10, 2014
(41)
Spelling is one thing, but please, for the love of God, do NOT pronounce it "BROO-SHETTA," it's a crime against humanity. It's pronounced "BROO-SKETTA!"
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Oct 10, 2014
(15)
Bibimbap ???
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Oct 10, 2014
(30)
Omnomnom bibimbap. It literally means "mixed rice" and is a Korean dish done in either a hot stone pot or in a cold metal bowl, depending on the type and sometimes even the season.
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Feb 10, 2015
(28)
I learned that from watching MasterChef. Although it took me half the time trying to figure out how to spell it.
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Sep 17, 2016
(28)
I swear, I put fifteen different spellings in and still didn't get it.
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Nov 21, 2016
(23)
Could 'bibimbup' with a u be acceptable? That's what it sounds like to me and I didn't know the spelling, though I've eaten it!
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Jan 9, 2017
(51)
How about shawarma for kebab? It's what we call them in Canada.
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Oct 10, 2014
Shawarma was supposed to work. It will now.
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Oct 11, 2014
(22)
I think gyro or at least gyro meat should be accepted, I think they're the same as doner kebabs.
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Feb 28, 2017
(65)
A little bit of spelling leniency on bibimbap would be nice. Knew what it was but kept spelling it with an e.
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Oct 10, 2014
Beebimbap and other misspellings would have worked
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Oct 11, 2014
(28)
None of my misspellings worked. But I suppose Bimanbop is a far stretch.
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Sep 17, 2016
(68)
Nice quiz! I'd heard about bibimbap before but I'd never had some and didn't know what it was like. However, would you consider accepting smoked meat sandwich for the Reuben sandwich? It looks exactly the same and from what info I could find about corned beef, the only difference between it and smoked meat would be method of preparation and taste - which, of course, cannot be inferred from a picture.
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Oct 10, 2014
(46)
I totally see what you mean about the sandwiches, but smoked meat sandwiches are always served with mustard, while Reubens are served with swiss cheese, and either mustard or russian dressing. You can see the cheese in this picture
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Oct 12, 2014
(29)
Should accept shawerma for doner kebab...which is what they're called in the Middle East, which is also where they originate from
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Oct 10, 2014
(49)
Yum!
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Aug 5, 2016
(17)
I'm hungry now.
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Oct 10, 2014
(45)
Ok I totally thought those were fried wontons.
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Oct 11, 2014
(22)
I thought they were potstickers
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Feb 28, 2017
(47)
Doner is often spelled "Donair" in Canada. That didn't work, but Gyro did.
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Oct 11, 2014
(40)
Can't you just accept "sandwich"? I mean it's a sandwich...
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Oct 14, 2014
(38)
In Canada, I often hear it called Donair, not Doner.
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Oct 23, 2014
(68)
Great quiz, had to think hard about some answers. Please accept parma or parma ham for prosciutto.
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Oct 28, 2014
(50)
That is totally Crème Brulee! (bottom row)
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Nov 2, 2014
(36)
It's flan. Creme brulee has a sugar topping that's crunchy due to being cooked with a chef's torch.
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Feb 13, 2015
(46)
In the UK it's Creme Caramel, Creme Brulee is entirely different and here a flan is a sponge case filled with fruit.
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Apr 18, 2015
(61)
I agree it is Crème Brule and the top is probably thin toffee like sugar that has been melted. Flan is more of a custard tart.
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Sep 7, 2015
(70)
That is flan - custard - and when it was inverted out of its baking dish the syrup poured down the sides. Creme brule here is served in the baking dish and the sugar is heated on top to caramelize, not melt.
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Jan 12, 2017
(57)
Flan seems to be a USA name for what others call crème caramel. To me, a flan has a pastry base like a tart.
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Feb 28, 2017
(57)
Oxford English dictionary: Flan= Pastry spread with jam, conserves etc.
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Feb 28, 2017
(27)
I think your jalapeno pepper looks more like a green bell pepper. I grew some green bell peppers once, and the jalapeno looks exactly like them.
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Nov 17, 2014
(27)
And the oyster looks like a canoli from that angle.
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Nov 17, 2014
(61)
I don't know where you buy your Canoli, but I bet they don't sell many.
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Sep 7, 2015
(22)
This is a little embarrassing, but way it was cut I actually thought the jalapeño was okra. And I'm from the south!
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Feb 28, 2017
(20)
Salt beef sandwich perhaps ?
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Nov 23, 2014
(42)
The Reuben sandwich might taste nice - I've never heard of them; but it looks revolting.
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Feb 15, 2015
(70)
Yum, Reuben sandwiches. Thin-sliced corned beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut, russian dressing on rye bread, spread with a little butter on the outside and grilled or toasted. Substitute cole slaw for the sauerkraut and it becomes a Rachel.
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Jan 12, 2017
(51)
Did anyone else think the prosciutto picture was serrano ham?
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Feb 25, 2015
(69)
Have had all these things except beef wellington, but couldn't figure out what prosciutto or samosa were... they look so much like any number of other similar foods. Actually samosas originated in the Middle East according to Wikipedia, so it seems unfair that I missed that one because I typed in "sambosa"... which is what they are called there.
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Mar 1, 2015
(28)
Got all in with 3:05 remaining.
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Mar 8, 2015
(43)
3:09
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Jan 15, 2017
(18)
For Reuben Sandwich you have to accept smoked meat sandwich...
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Mar 17, 2015
(61)
It's a corned beef sandwich not smoked meat. The best in the world is from Bloom's in London.
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Sep 7, 2015
(61)
So sorry, just found out that Bloom's closed this month.......... pity
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Sep 7, 2015
(46)
Could you not accept Sprouts without the Brussels, as in the UK we just call them sprouts- and I've never heard of any other kind of sprout anyway!
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Apr 18, 2015
(68)
This. Can the USA enlighten us as to the other types of sprouts? I have a friend in Kansas who blanked when I told her about sprouts, but when I added "Brussels" she knew exactly what I meant.
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Jan 7, 2016
(45)
If you just said sprouts, I would think bean sprouts (mung bean sprouts)
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Mar 10, 2016
(68)
^ I would call them "bean sprouts". That's interesting, that "sprout" on its own should be used differently in the two countries.
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Aug 21, 2016
(56)
I agree
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Mar 5, 2017
(41)
"samoosa", in my travels is the more common spelling, please accept as well. Thanks for the quiz.
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Sep 17, 2015
(34)
That flan looked a lot like panna cotta to me... I even tried crème brûlée... Meh.
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Oct 12, 2015
(55)
I thought it was Crème Brûlée too.
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Jan 27, 2016
(51)
It's certainly not a flan
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Jun 28, 2016
(49)
I agree.
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Aug 5, 2016
(44)
It's flan, recognized immediately.
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Jan 12, 2017
(34)
The z in recognised tells us all we need to know. Its a flan, the name creme brulee or creme caramel is too hard to remember
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Feb 28, 2017
(1)
I dont get why 9 has to be deviled eggs
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Nov 3, 2015
(49)
We call them curried eggs here. I was so surprised when that didn't work!
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Aug 5, 2016
(17)
Samosa should accept Samoosa.
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Dec 21, 2015
(7)
I kept writing chilli and peppers, then ran out of time😞
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Jan 15, 2016
(44)
I could totally be missing something, but, I'm from the US and when I was in Berlin, they spelled Kebab "Kebap". Is that another spelling or a different sandwich with an extremely similar name?
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Jan 18, 2016
(55)
It's usually Döner Kebab (with the b) in Germany too but I believe Kebap is an alternative spelling. Either way Kebab/Kebap just means grilled or fried meat. The funny part is we usually call it just Döner, though that only describes that the meat is spinning (on a stick) as seen in the picture.
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Jan 27, 2016
(44)
Thank you! Love when I get to learn something new! :)
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Feb 10, 2016
(65)
I was sure those Lima beans were edamame. Or maybe it was just wishful thinking.
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Feb 28, 2016
(60)
I think lima beans are what we call butter beans in the UK, although the picture looks more like broad beans.
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Apr 18, 2016
(70)
They're also sometimes called butter beans here in the US, too, especially by the older generation, but lima beans is much more common.
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Jan 12, 2017
(45)
How don't people know what a lima bean is?
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May 8, 2016
(18)
We don't get them where I'm from (New Zealand). I think they are an American thing but I could be wrong
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Jun 24, 2016
(49)
Yeah, I have never seen those in my life before. I'm a New Zealander.
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Aug 5, 2016
(23)
I'm Aussie and have only heard about them from American books.
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Jan 9, 2017
(44)
Consider yourself fortunate, then. :)
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Mar 23, 2017
(57)
Bibimpap is one possible transliteration of the Korean word. You shpuld also allow for bibimbap, pibimpap, pibimbap.
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May 20, 2016
(38)
Candy corn? What is this?!
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Jul 10, 2016
(49)
I have never seen that in my life before.
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Aug 5, 2016
(49)
Or that Reuben sandwich.
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Aug 5, 2016
(49)
It is good to learn new things :-)
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Aug 5, 2016
(28)
Candy Corn is a delicious Halloween snack.
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Sep 17, 2016
(44)
I agree, though hordes hate them.
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Jan 12, 2017
(55)
If you stack candy corn in a circle with the yellow part on the outside it looks like corncob.
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Mar 8, 2017
(58)
Okay, now I'm really hungry.
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Sep 18, 2016
(24)
Accept rangoon for Samosa???
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Oct 3, 2016
(57)
Really? That's not creme brulee?
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Oct 12, 2016
(48)
No, a Crème brûlée would have to be served in a ramekin and would have a hard crunchy sugar topping to it which you have to break through with your spoon, the picture shows a Crème caramel (here in the UK anyway) which is soft caramel in the bottom of a ramekin, pour over custard, let it set and then turn it out onto a plat upside down like in the pic. A Flan in the UK is something completely different so I was really confused when that came up when I typed in Crème caramel!
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Jan 12, 2017
(55)
Surprised only 9% got bibimbap, I guess that's what I get for living in Seattle
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Nov 12, 2016
(55)
That kiwi looks like some kind of disease
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Nov 12, 2016
(62)
The samosa looks a lot like fried wonton. I did get samosa eventually, but I tried about 10 versions of "wonton" before I focused on the sauce and realized it was a samosa instead.
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Nov 12, 2016
(26)
please accept different spellings such as prosciutto
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Nov 12, 2016
(44)
Not knowing bibimbap, I was hoping that for the first time ever the correct answer would be Pho.
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Jan 12, 2017
(32)
Did anyone else just have a strong urge to eat some of the things on the list after taking it? I don't know about y'all, but I suddenly want some deviled eggs and candy corn. Obviously not together though, that would be nasty.
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Feb 28, 2017
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