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Foods that Start with A Quiz

Based on the clues, name these foods (and drinks) that start with the letter A.
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Last updated: September 26, 2014
First submittedMay 8, 2012
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Clue
Food
Doctor-avoidance fruit
Apple
Spear-shaped vegetable
Asparagus
Nut used to make marzipan
Almond
Spice used in Caribbean jerk seasoning
Allspice
Salted fish used on pizza and Caesar salad
Anchovy
Peanut butter and celery with raisins on top
Ants on a Log
Edible sea snail with an iridescent shell
Abalone
Green, egg-shaped fruit with one large seed
Avocado
Leafy salad green also called rocket
Arugula
Vegetable with a heart
Artichoke
Clue
Food
Italian first course
Antipasto
Food of the gods
Ambrosia
Cajun sausage
Andouille
Type of sponge cake
Angel Food
Orange fruit related to plums
Apricot
Liquor made from wormwood
Absinthe
Very thin Italian pasta
Angel Hair
Squash variety
Acorn Squash
White meat tuna
Albacore
Lager alternative
Ale
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level 54
May 20, 2012
"Ants on the boat", "ants in the boat"... *face-palm*
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level 59
May 4, 2017
I tried "abominable" and it didn't work. Sounds disgusting.
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level 70
Jun 4, 2017
Nice.
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level 42
May 20, 2012
Aw yeah, 100% at 2:49.
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level 36
May 20, 2012
Um Quizmaster.... I already have a "Foods that start with A quiz."Almost all of these answers are on there. It's under my name. You should check it out.
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level 68
Aug 23, 2014
I checked it out. I like this one better. Your quiz is a bit hard, your definitions are complex and not well known, and at least one of your definitions/description isn't correct - ales are not always more bitter than beers, the drink is defined based on the type of yeast and fermenting temperature - you should have used that in your definition. This quiz has simpler definitions, and is thus more satisfying.
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level 20
May 21, 2012
Totally guessed randomly on allspice
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level 22
Jul 5, 2012
total disaster. There are almonds in butter?? New one on me!!
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level 44
Apr 12, 2013
Not every-day butter, but there is a specific food called almond-butter... quite tasty.
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level 61
Nov 11, 2012
I love that Ants on a Log is an answer on here!! Best. Snack. Ever.
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level 34
Dec 28, 2013
Hey, I said angel cake!
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level 64
Jun 4, 2014
Italian first course, couldn't that also be appetizer?
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level 67
Oct 31, 2014
should be given Angel Cake ......... it was common where I lived never heard of the USA foods such as 'Ants on a log' it's not really a food it's a local name for a sort of weird salad.
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level 76
Oct 31, 2014
It's not a salad, it's more of a snack for kids. Take a 3-4" piece of celery (the log), smear the inside with peanut butter (or cream cheese) and stick a few raisins in the spread (for the ants).
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level 77
Oct 31, 2014
For "vegetable with a heart" I tried Terry Schiavo.
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level 77
Oct 31, 2014
got that one but missed apricot because I totally skipped over the clue, and ale because I read the clue as "larger alternative" and I was trying to think of a larger kind of tuna.
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level 54
Oct 31, 2014
i did the exact same thing.... ugh!
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level 29
Oct 31, 2014
For the type of sponge cake, we only refer to is as Angel Cake, never heard of Angel Food Cake...
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level 76
Nov 2, 2015
Just curious - do you also say Devil's Cake for Devil's Food Cake?
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level 71
Oct 31, 2014
I thought the last one said "larger" alternative. Duh.
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level 71
Oct 31, 2014
"Ants on a Log" - WTF? Never ever heard of it in 52 years. Where is this served?
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level 67
Dec 8, 2017
You and me both!
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level 43
Nov 3, 2014
Wrote "Andoulle" multiple times. Kept missing the "i" in there. D'oh!... A few close spelling options on that would be appreciated. Thanks:)
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
I couldn't spell it at all, heard it in my head but couldn't get out.
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level 47
Dec 12, 2014
Please accept Angel Cake
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level 19
Feb 2, 2015
Can angel's hair be accepted for angel hair please?
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level 66
Mar 30, 2015
A little leeway on the spelling of arugula, please? I left out the first u.
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level 45
Jun 10, 2015
Never heard of arugula!
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level 62
Jun 21, 2019
Also known as rucola
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level 73
May 25, 2016
I thought the last clue was "Larger Alternative" instead of Lager. I put in Abundanza.
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level 45
Jan 25, 2017
forgot avo was a fruit *facepalm*
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level 78
May 20, 2017
Andouille is french, not only cajun.
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
That is because Cajuns arrived from France. Louisiana was French at one point. Brought the sausage with them.
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level 57
Jan 15, 2019
Avocados are primarily black, and often dark purple.
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level 71
Jan 15, 2019
depends on the state of ripeness...and the edible part is usually a shade of green
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level 48
May 21, 2019
Could you include"angel's hair" as a type-in for "angel hair"?
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level 71
Oct 13, 2019
Suggestions to add: alfalfa, aniseed, aubergine, arrowroot
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level 24
Nov 12, 2019
isn't the first course in italian primo
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