Foods that Start with C

Based on a picture, can you guess these foods that start with the letter C?
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Last updated: June 20, 2020
First submittedMay 11, 2012
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Level 23
May 18, 2014
I knew several of these but just couldn't figure out how to spell them
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Level 55
May 18, 2014
Initially I put "cuttlefish" for squid.
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Level 72
Jun 16, 2016
I did that, too.
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
Me too.
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Level 69
Dec 12, 2014
Argh, it's calamari, not calamary. Only one letter wrong!
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Level 69
Jun 25, 2019
It's 5 years later and I still get it wrong. :(
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
šŸ˜‚
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Level 21
Oct 3, 2015
How is CHEESE not on here!!!!!???
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Level 31
Apr 20, 2020
Idk, because the quiz was already grate without it (Iā€™m sorry)
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2020
Thanks for my first smile of the day!
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Level 83
Jun 22, 2020
But it would brie better with it!
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Level 56
Jun 23, 2020
These jokes are so Gouda. Still, deadpaneer comedy is better.
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Level 69
Jun 25, 2020
I had a havarti guffaw over these.
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Level 60
Jul 19, 2020
This thread is a total wreck. De brie is everywhere...
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Level 48
Jul 19, 2020
May I have parmesan to make another joke? No? Ok...
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Level 18
Nov 21, 2020
Riddle:

What cheese is made backwards?

Edam

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Level 34
Nov 23, 2018
WHAT-THE HECk IS A CHURRO?!!!
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Level 70
Jul 14, 2019
Go find one and eat it, as soon as possible. You are missing out.
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Level 38
Feb 27, 2020
Delicious. A churro is delicious.
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Level 65
Jun 20, 2020
Wrapped in Czech newspaper. :)
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Level 78
Jun 21, 2020
Czech newspapers are delicious too.
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Level 65
Jun 23, 2020
Perfect for breakfast.
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Level 81
Jun 26, 2020
its basically a doughnut
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Level 47
Dec 4, 2019
Cannolo should be accepted for cannoli, just as you don't need to type crepes, carrots, or crumpets, or any other plural for this quiz.
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Level āˆž
Jun 20, 2020
Ok
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Level 65
Jul 19, 2020
Did anyone else have to the "Leave the gun, take the ..." to get the answer to that one?
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Level 57
Jun 18, 2020
Tried this quiz for the last time before it gets picturised
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Level 83
Jun 20, 2020
Couldn't figure out why "cranberries" wasn't working! :P
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Level 50
Jun 21, 2020
Same! I kept typing cranberry and eventually gave up and I was like "oh, it's not cranberry"
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Level 89
Jun 21, 2020
Thanks for this quiz. At least in the UK, 'cilantro' is called 'corriander' ā€“ perhaps this can be made a valid type-in?
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Level āˆž
Jun 21, 2020
Coriander would have worked.
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Level 78
Jun 21, 2020
48% forget the cannoli? Don't tell Clemenza!
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Level 66
Jun 21, 2020
Accept fairy floss for cotton candy?
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Level 71
Jun 21, 2020
That doesn't really work in a quiz where all the answers start with 'c'.
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Level 73
Jun 21, 2020
Please accept corriander for "cilantro".
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Level 65
Jun 22, 2020
It works if spelled correctly.
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Level 64
Jun 23, 2020
Is chard rhubarb?
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Level 81
Jun 24, 2020
No, it's a leafy green that tastes like bitter minerals like all other leafy greens unless you dump butter and salt and other unhealthy stuff on them.

Makes terrible pie. Like rhubarb, however, it's best without the stupid strawberries.

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Level 65
Jul 20, 2020
We call chard silverbeet in NZ.
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Level 79
Jul 20, 2020
We sometimes call it Swiss chard in my area. It's part of the beet family and the leaves taste something like beet greens but not quite as good IMO. I like to grow it because it's the only leafy green that I plant early in spring that will also survive our hot, humid summers in southeast Missouri and last right up until a hard freeze. I cut the stems up separately and throw them into stir fries, but they don't have much flavor.
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Level 57
Jul 21, 2020
Chard is a wonderful vegetable! You separate the leaves and stems, cooking the former like spinach. The stems can be braised, used in tempura, added to all manner of casseroles and curries... Two for the price of one.
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Level 70
Jun 23, 2020
Can we please add cauliflower? It's too healthy to ignore :)
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Level āˆž
Jun 23, 2020
I manage to ignore it :)
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Level 73
Jun 24, 2020
How is there no chocolate on this quiz?!
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Level 71
Jun 26, 2020
I've never heard of Candy corn or Corn dog. Are either of them trade names?
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Level 60
Jul 19, 2020
No, they are not trade names, they are more like "candy canes" and "ice cream sandwich". However, they are American and perhaps that is why you had difficulty remembering. Just beware of many American-centric quizzes here.
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Level 73
Jul 19, 2020
Yes. Please beware of American-centric quizzes on this American quiz site.
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Level 58
Jul 19, 2020
ah yes because having 2 american quiz answers the quiz is america centric.
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Level 79
Jul 20, 2020
When I was young we looked forward to getting a corn dog each year at the county fair. I think the vendor called them Pronto Pups. That was the only place we could get them back them. Now they're on kids' menus everywhere and can be bought frozen in the grocery store. We used to make our own, dipping hot dogs into cornbread batter and deep frying them. Candy corn used to be a sign of autumn - there are all kinds of Halloween snacks and desserts using them as decoration - I make turkeys out of oreo cookies, malted milk balls, cinnamon red hots, and chocolate frosting for the grandkids at Thanksgiving, using candy corn for the tail feathers. Now they're even making them in pastels and selling them at Easter. That's just wrong. :)
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Level 60
Jul 19, 2020
I knew almost all of them but in my native language and so missed a lot. Like, I knew what cinnamon and coriander are in my mother tongue but as I did not know their English name (I learnt these just now), I couldn't do the quiz easily.
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Level 67
Jul 19, 2020
Creme brulee is a type of Custard.
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Level 65
Jul 19, 2020
Once my brain decided they must be cranberries, I could not for the life of me think of any alternatives. Currants. D'oh
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Level 65
Jul 20, 2020
Corn dog - nope, not heard of that one. Here in NZ it is a hotdog on a stick (and I have worked in a shop selling them).
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Level 28
Jul 21, 2020
I kept trying to type in cranberry for currant.
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
Same for me
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Level 27
Jul 22, 2020
Maybe accept coriander for cilantro as it means the same thing,

and pretty sure only americans call it cilantro.

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Level 70
Jul 24, 2020
Cilantro comes from Spanish, so way more than just people from the US call it cilantro. Canadians also call it cilantro in English.
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Level 65
Jul 29, 2020
Currants.... hmmmm... pretty sure they're redcurrants, technically?
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Level 21
Sep 24, 2020
I always forget Currant.
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
I only got corn dog because of Diary of the Wimpy Kid.
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Level 56
Nov 6, 2020
What in the world is CHARD!?!?
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Level 56
Nov 6, 2020
I thought it was Rhubarb...
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Level 66
Nov 23, 2020
What's a corn dog? I only got candy corn cos of "diary of a wimpy kid"