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Foods that Start with B Quiz

Based on the clues, name these foods (and drinks) that start with the letter B.
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Last updated: September 27, 2014
First submittedMay 10, 2012
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Clue
Food
BLT ingredient
Bacon
Popular German sausage
Bratwurst
Vietnamese sandwich
Bánh mì
Pesto ingredient
Basil
Ring-shaped bread product
Bagel
Korean dish of marinated and
barbecued meat
Bulgogi
British name for a cookie
Biscuit
Distilled wine
Brandy
Plantain relative
Banana
Red Ukrainian soup
Borscht
Chinese cabbage
Bok Choy
Russian crêpe
Blintz
Clue
Food
Cheap lunch meat, or city in Italy
Bologna
What margarine is a substitute for
Butter
Vegetable named after a city in Belgium
Brussels Sprout
Green vegetable disliked by George Bush
Broccoli
Korean dish of rice, mixed veggies
and usually an egg
Bibimbap
Italian toast with garlic, olive oil and toppings
Bruschetta
Long, thin loaf of French bread
Baguette
Steak cooked in a puff pastry
Beef Wellington
Turkish filo pastry, seasoned with honey
Baklava
Soul food ingredient, or popular
hip hop group
Black-Eyed Peas
American, corn-based whiskey
Bourbon
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level 84
Jun 8, 2012
Should accept Brussels sprout (singular).
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level 66
Jun 8, 2012
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level 72
Jun 11, 2014
Agreed. Brussels sprout needs to be accepted.
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level 72
Jun 15, 2014
Agreed as well. We poor quiz takers have waited 2 years for an update here :(
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level ∞
Sep 27, 2014
The wait is over! Brussels sprout will work now.
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level 59
Mar 9, 2016
Brussel should be good enough
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level 21
Nov 7, 2015
yes totally :o
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level 71
Jun 8, 2012
Maybe it's just me, but black eyed peas are a soul food, but an ingredient? That means it's prepared into something else, and what would that be?
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level 76
Sep 5, 2014
Hoppin' John, Texas caviar, Blackeyed Pea Salad...I can go on. But I see your point.
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level 77
Nov 21, 2014
The part of this clue that confused me more was.. is the "music" group classified as hip hop now? I thought they were more in the genre of "crap."
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level 65
Dec 21, 2015
Agree totally. This would be a decent quiz category for you I bet..Bands that are crap.
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level 42
Aug 26, 2016
literally no one cares about your opinions on music groups dude
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level 25
Jul 28, 2017
listen to Elephunk and Monkey Business again and tell me the Black Eyed Peas only make crap. anything by them that isnt these two albums though, and Im with you.
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level 61
Jul 11, 2018
Why make a relevant comment that people might gain something from reading when you could passive aggressively snipe at someone you have a silly gripe with by implying something that's not even accurate?
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level 77
Aug 4, 2018
I don't know, Pharley. Since that's all I ever see you do (now cutting and pasting the same irrelevant and spiteful remark in multiple places, none of which make sense) why don't you tell us why you do it? The smarter person that you are plagiarizing actually was writing in a context where the words made sense. Why don't you at least try to come up with your own material?
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level 44
Jun 8, 2012
So, I get the two obscure Korean dishes (seeing as how it's my favorite cuisine on the planet), but I miss baguette, basil, and bourbon. These games are so weird for me.
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level 73
Jun 10, 2012
got them right too...lived in korea for 6 years....hate korean food though...is wretched
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level 55
May 12, 2014
Really? I loved it.
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level 76
Sep 5, 2014
I've never eaten Korean food that I remember which may explain why those were the two I missed.
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level 77
Nov 21, 2014
and Korean food is delectable.
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level 62
Dec 27, 2016
That Korean bbq beef - oh YUM! It's delicious.
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level 77
Nov 21, 2014
I got the Korean but missed bagel and I'm in Israel right now. Have been eating a lot of bagels lately...
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level 32
Jun 8, 2012
Today, having a Korean gf pays off.
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level 77
Nov 21, 2014
doesn't that pay off every day?
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level 61
Nov 21, 2014
No, usually it costs!! ^_____^
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level 22
Aug 24, 2012
What is BLT? I just got the right word because of the picture - no idea what it is.
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level 77
Nov 21, 2014
Bacon Lettuce and Tomato sandwich.
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level 7
Oct 3, 2012
BLT=Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato sandwich.
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level 52
Oct 7, 2012
Man, I have to stop taking these food quizzes late at night. No good going to sleep after pigging out.
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level 32
May 24, 2013
If only I could spell "Borscht"...
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level 64
Jul 18, 2014
It would be great if "brautwurst" could be accepted as a spelling for "bratwurst".
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level 59
Jun 2, 2017
I kept trying braunschweiger. Loves me some liverwurst!
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level 76
Sep 5, 2014
I hate to admit it but my first thought was braunschweiger instead of bratwurst. I think "popular" would be the key to eliminating that as an acceptable answer.
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level 76
Jul 2, 2016
Just took the quiz again, and again I typed braunschweiger first. Sigh. Where's the love for the liver sausage?
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level 31
Nov 21, 2014
British name for a cookie is 'cookie'
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level 67
Nov 21, 2014
"Beef Wellington" is really a whole 'fillet of beef' or 'undercut' as it's called in some areas, cooked in a puff pastry coat ...... yummy!
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level 45
Jun 11, 2015
Biscuit is a lot more general though, as cookies over here are typically American named biscuits eg Maryland cookies. Cookies usually have "bits" in eg choc chips or nuts.
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level 58
Apr 25, 2018
Who calls a digestive, a bourbon or a rich tea a cookie? We in UK call cookies cookies because it has infiltrated into the language from US to mean a certain kind of biscuit usually thick and sweet, often slightly cakey, with chocolate chips in, and nuts sometimes. Technically cookies aren't biscuits because they are only cooked once. In fact many of our biscuits aren't cooked twice probably.
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level 19
Nov 24, 2014
Is it just me or did other people put breadstick for 'Italian toast with garlic, olive oil and toppings'?
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level 40
Nov 25, 2014
baklava is greek not turkish my greek grandma makes it all the time and ive been to greece and had real backlava
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level 69
Aug 28, 2016
Baklava is widespread throughout the former Ottoman Empire, including Greece. No one really knows the details of its origins, but most sources seem to suggest it is Turkish.
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level 23
Jan 7, 2015
dude we still call cookies cookies way over in the uk
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level 48
Feb 11, 2015
What about BLUTWURST for the German sausage?
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level 56
Mar 27, 2015
so the asian ones you need to type out, and just brussles isnt enough, but the russian ones you dont need the last letters. okaaaayyyy
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level 74
Oct 29, 2018
Because "blin" is actually the Russian name, blintz is from Yiddish.
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level 82
May 29, 2015
Seeing that in my experience a crêpe is a very thin pancake and a blintz is a small and thick one, how can you describe a blintz as a crêpe?
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level 71
Jun 13, 2016
Isn't the blintz the finished product – i.e. after the little pancake is stuffed with fruit, cheese, etc.? There may be a Russian word for the little pancake/crêpe sans fillings, but I don't think it's blintz.
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level 62
Jul 2, 2016
Blini. Just the crepe, usually with condensed milk poured over top, is blini. That being said, I live in Russia and I've never heard the word "blintz".
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level 74
Oct 29, 2018
Blintz is the Yiddish word apparently, not Russian
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level 38
Jun 5, 2015
Isn't it supposed to be "Plantation relative", not "Plantain relative"?
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level 45
Jun 11, 2015
No.
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level 62
Dec 27, 2016
Oh dear.
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level 38
Dec 16, 2018
No. The Banana is the relative of the Plaintain. A Plantation is where they were probably grown in the past.
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level 54
Aug 3, 2015
Could we have a more general clue than "George Bush disliked it"? One that is possible to figure out, rather than being a get-the-reference-or-don't sort.
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level 59
Jun 2, 2017
How about "Dana Carvey's choppin' it." ?
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level 13
Aug 18, 2015
in britain a cookie is big a biscuit is small two different things
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level 68
Jan 6, 2016
When answers are foreign cuisines, probably should be a little more flexible on the spelling.
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level 24
Mar 26, 2016
its called a biscuit, american are just being awkward!!
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level 76
Jul 2, 2016
No, if we changed our cookies to biscuits, then we'd have to change our biscuits to cookies. Having cookies and gravy for breakfast just wouldn't be the same. Over here, our biscuits are an unsweetened, flaky, quick bread roll made with baking powder rather than yeast. The dough is rolled out and cut with a circle cutter before baking. (There are also recipes for drop biscuits.) I think your savory scones might be a little similar but still not the same. Our biscuits can be eaten with butter, jam, molasses, peanut butter & syrup, or split and used as bread on breakfast meat and/or egg sandwiches, or split in half and smothered with milk gravy. And no Southern wedding reception is complete without ham and biscuits. Sorry, but don't mess with our biscuits.
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level 69
Aug 28, 2016
I did get rather a shock when I first saw a menu that included biscuits and gravy in the States. It sounded rather dreadful. It was only sometime later that I ascertained that biscuit meant savoury scone.
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level 62
Dec 27, 2016
Thanks for the info, I did not know that!
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level 50
Nov 12, 2019
dear god I've just looked up how to make milk gravy and it's no surprise you americans are all so fat!!
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level 34
Jun 26, 2016
Bah! I spelled it Bak Choi :(
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level 47
Jan 9, 2017
Can never spell Bibimbap and my girlfriend makes it at least twice a week!!
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level 38
Aug 18, 2018
Replace the rice with noodles, throw in some chicken, beef and pork and you have "Bami", according to our Indonesian cook. Keep the rice and throw in some chicken, lamb and pork and you have"Lokre", another Indonesian dish. Yummy!!!
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level 55
Mar 23, 2018
For the Korean meat dish i said bulldog, but it wasn't accepted :( :(
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level 86
Apr 3, 2018
Black Eyed Peas is not hip hop.
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level 63
Jun 21, 2019
Yes if it was music group I would ve gotten it.
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level 35
Jul 11, 2018
How the hell did I miss Bagel? O_o
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level 20
Jul 16, 2018
I don't know how many different ways I tried to spell Bibimbap but I got it eventually.
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