Foods that Start with B

Based on a picture, can you guess these foods that start with the letter B?
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Last updated: June 11, 2020
First submittedMay 10, 2012
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Black-Eyed Peas
Butternut Squash
Brazil Nut
Bundt Cake
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Level 72
Jun 11, 2020
Shouldn't bread be accepted for baguette?
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Level 72
Jun 11, 2020
Seconded
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Level ∞
Jun 12, 2020
Sorry, not going to happen.
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Level 75
Jul 8, 2020
It should be especially since bundt is a type of cakes not just a specific cake. So in that one the overall classification is accepted but for baguette it isn't.
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Level 71
Jun 11, 2020
What about bangers for these sausages? They totally look like bangers.
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Level 70
Jun 12, 2020
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Level 74
Jun 12, 2020
my first try as well.
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Level 85
Jun 12, 2020
I thought the same thing - they looked like "B"reakfast sausages to me in the little picture. Had to zoom in to see that they were Brats.
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Level 68
Jul 2, 2020
Same happened to me. Thought about a B-name for these English/American breakfast sausages but never came to the idea that this might be Bratwürste. I am German. :-)
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Level ∞
Jun 12, 2020
Bangers will work now.
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Level 29
Sep 22, 2020
what about blue cheese?
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Level 75
Dec 15, 2020
Blue cheese is delicious. Does that answer your question?
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Level 70
Jun 12, 2020
Bok Choy is known as Pak Choi
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Level 83
Jun 13, 2020
But that wouldn't work for the purposes of this quiz, would it?
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Level 64
Jun 16, 2020
I kept trying Bak Choy
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Level 65
Jun 12, 2020
Very nice quality pictures!
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Level 78
Jun 12, 2020
My first thought for the cake was a baba au rhum, that was waiting on the rum. :)
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Level 73
Jun 13, 2020
Uih, I only knew Blintz as Plinse, didn't know that word made it into English.
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Level 82
Jun 14, 2020
Bak choi should also be allowed
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Level 58
Oct 2, 2020
Yes, perhaps you could put North America in brackets on the picture? Most of Europe and all the old 'British' countries seem to call it Pak Choi.

It is tricky for the setters when foods don't always have an 'English' name.

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Level 79
Jun 16, 2020
For me, brussel sprouts are the same as watermelon seeds. I spit 'em both out.
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Level 78
Jun 23, 2020
Brussels sprouts lardons - cooked with some white raisins and bacon or pancetta...even my husband will eat them fixed that way. Yummm.
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Level 75
Dec 15, 2020
Yeah roasted Brussels sprouts are the way to go! Most people who hate them have been tortured with overcooked, soggy steamed ones I suspect. I do also like them halved and *lightly* steamed, with butter, salt and lemon juice, but that's next level sprout love.
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Level 67
Jun 19, 2020
We call that type of cake tulband (turban). No explanation needed as to why, I would say.
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Level 78
Jun 23, 2020
Do you have a specific recipe for that type of cake or is it anything made in that shape pan? Here, anything poured into a bundt pan becomes a bundt cake. My ex sis-in-law used to make a killer lemon bundt cake that she would glaze while still warm, and I had a friend who made a chocolate bundt cake that when cut revealed a vanilla filling in the center. I gotta stop thinking about cake - I'm supposed to be on a diet this week.
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Level 61
Jul 5, 2020
I entered "bangers" for bratwurst and it was accepted. 👍🏻
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Level 60
Jul 5, 2020
I think "brat" should not be enough for "bratwurst", thats like accepting "republic" for the "republic of ireland", it's missing the most important part of the information. The word "brat" is the imperative of the verb "braten" which means "to barbecue something".
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Level 65
Jul 5, 2020
But in English, many people just call them "brats," so your analogy doesn't work. If an English speaker said "I'm going to the republic," you wouldn't know what he meant. If he said "I'm eating brats," you'd know what he meant.
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Level 60
Jul 5, 2020
Come on! No biryani?! That is an insult.
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Level 81
Jul 5, 2020
You could accept beet root soup for borscht. or not.
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Level 83
Jul 5, 2020
Ohhh, that's cheese. I thought it was some flan-like dessert...
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Level 45
Jul 5, 2020
The secon-last image is not biscotti, they are cantucci...

If in english cantucci is said biscotti i'm fine but real name is just cantucci.

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Level 48
Jul 5, 2020
You're right. "Biscotti" is just the generic Italian word for "biscuits" or even "cookies". These are definitely "cantucci"
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Level ∞
Jul 5, 2020
As you said, in the English language, these are known as "biscotti".
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Level 70
Jul 5, 2020
No babka or baklava. Now I'm getting hungry!
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Level 48
Jul 5, 2020
That's a Kougelhopf cake. No idea what blintz is, looks nice will look up a recipe.
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Level 65
Jul 6, 2020
Who are these 1% who didn't get bacon !!
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Level 73
Jul 6, 2020
That is one tight burrito.
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Level 50
Jul 9, 2020
I was stubbornly going to get at least one 'B' food without seeing the lower pictures. There are in fact many B foods not appearing in this quiz. Thanks, borscht!
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Level 38
Jul 9, 2020
In the UK, we only know that Chinese vegetable as PAK choy.
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Level 56
Jul 11, 2020
That borscht threw me off by looking awfully tomatoey.
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Level 68
Oct 25, 2020
I thought that was strawberries or raspberries.
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Level 42
Dec 10, 2020
what on earth is a banana
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Level 75
Dec 15, 2020
Please accept buttsidedown cake for bundt.