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Foods that Start with D Quiz

Name these foods and drinks that start with the letter D.
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First submittedJuly 8, 2012
Last updatedSeptember 30, 2014
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Clue
Food
Ring-shaped breakfast food, said
to be preferred by police
Doughnut
Sweet palm fruit
Date
Bite-sized Chinese food,
often including steamed dumplings
Dim Sum
Omelette with diced ham, onion
and peppers - named after a US city
Denver Omelette
Cuban cocktail of rum,
lime juice and sugar
Daiquiri
Chicken leg
Drumstick
Japanese radish
Daikon
Type of French mustard
Dijon
Foul-smelling fruit of Southeast Asia
Durian
Clue
Food
Pastry named after a country
Danish
Another name for mahi-mahi
Dolphinfish
Herb used to flavor pickles
Dill
Type of poultry
Duck
Tall sandwich named after the
husband from "Blondie"
Dagwood
Turkish dish of roasted meat cooked
on a vertical spit
Doner Kebab
Hard-boiled egg stuffed with
yolk, mayo and mustard
Deviled Egg
Chicago pizza
Deep-Dish Pizza
"Heavenly" nougat-like confection
Divinity
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level 40
Jul 6, 2012
Donair is a very common spelling variation and should be accepted for doner kebab. Gyro and schwarma are also essentially the same thing as a donair, though they are not the Turkish words.
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level ∞
Jul 8, 2012
Added Donair as an acceptable spelling.
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level 55
Jul 6, 2012
Who eats doughnuts for breakfast?!
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level 24
Jul 20, 2012
I thought that was odd too!
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level 55
May 12, 2014
Americans.
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level 43
May 13, 2014
Right?? 'Most people...' Ok America
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level 42
Jan 5, 2015
I noticed it to be more common in Canada than it ever was in the US.
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level 66
Mar 16, 2016
while donut shops are maybe more common here in canada. I don't know a single person that would eat a donut for breakfast. When you go there for breakfast, you get a bagel and a coffee. "donut shop" is just a name
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level 77
Jan 31, 2016
When would you eat them?
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level 61
Jul 12, 2019
At the same moments you would eat cake. You don t eat cake for breakfast aswell do you? (Semi serious question..)Then again american cereals are filled with sugar and I believe many start the day with cereal (apparently if they are not starting it with donuts..)
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level 62
Jan 25, 2017
The only breakfast food for me is Weetbix. Every day of my life. Usually about 8. YUM!
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level 62
Jan 25, 2017
"Kiwi kids are weetbix kids" as the song goes.
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level 62
Jan 25, 2017
And NZ weetbix is way nicer than UK weet-a-bix by the way.
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level 52
Oct 1, 2018
er.. over here it's AUSSIE kids etc
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level 72
Jul 6, 2012
Duck is game, not poultry
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level 18
Jul 11, 2012
how come DUMPLINGS isn't there
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level 21
Aug 8, 2012
because it already gives you the hint, and that would be too easy
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level 20
Nov 29, 2012
I've lived in Denver my whole life and I have to say I have never heard of a Denver omelette.
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level ∞
Nov 29, 2012
Weird. I've never lived in Denver, but I can tell you that I have seen them all over. I even ate one in Denver when I was visiting.
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level 72
Dec 12, 2014
I have always seen them called Western Omelettes.
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level 66
Jan 2, 2015
I've never head it called a Denver omelette either. Always a Western omelette.
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level 42
Jan 5, 2015
Here we also just call them Westerns.
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level 58
Aug 21, 2015
Always heard it called a Denver omelette (or seen, rather, on menus at breakfast places).
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level 52
Mar 22, 2016
In Australia we say "omelette with everything"
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level 57
Oct 15, 2013
Divinity is NOT, NEVER HAS and NEVER will be "nougat-like." "Meringue-like" yes. Maybe so few correctly get the answer because of the poor description.
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level ∞
Oct 16, 2013
Have you ever had divinity? It is very much nougat-like. But, in any case, please look it up before posting!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divinity_(confectionery)

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level 76
Feb 20, 2015
It depends on who is making it, also, and what recipe they follow. My mother's divinity was like fudge. Our neighbor's was light like a dried meringue, while my grandmother's was like nougat. But it was all good.
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level 38
Jun 2, 2015
what is a 3 musketeers?
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level 76
Dec 8, 2015
3 Musketeers is a US chocolate candy bar with a whipped chocolate nougat filling. The center tastes a little like a chocolate marshmallow to me.
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level 53
Apr 25, 2018
MagentaDog790 & ander217 In UK it would be a Milky Way.
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level 46
May 12, 2014
Dim Sum can also be spelt Dim Sim...at least it is in Australia and NZ
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level 55
May 12, 2014
Really...in my opinion dim sim is closer to the actual pronunciation.
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level 58
Jan 5, 2015
Well... it is in New Zealand!
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level 48
Jan 28, 2015
I hate to say, but coming from a Chinese person, dim sim is nowhere near the correct pronunciation of dim sUm. In fact, I have no idea where dim sim came from. It is completely incorrect, and never has it been pronounced like that in China where dim sUm was created.
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level 50
Sep 2, 2014
Would you accept devilled eggs for deviled eggs?
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level 66
Jan 2, 2015
Can you accept deviled without also having to also type the word egg? You don't have to type pizza with deep-dish to get that answer. Seems inconsistent.
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level 75
Dec 8, 2015
Yeah seriously. Accept deviled on its own please, as per Jetpunk convention.
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level 19
Jan 3, 2015
You should add dragonfruit!
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level 58
Jan 5, 2015
Seriously? "Deep Dish Pizza" is a Food Beginning with D? Might as well put Deep Fried Chips.
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level 76
Dec 8, 2015
Deep dish pizza is one of the specialty pizza types here in the US, also known as Chicago-style. The filling is so thick it's sometimes eaten with a knife and fork, in contrast to New York-style which has a thin crust.
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level 19
Jan 5, 2015
half way :\
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level 49
Feb 2, 2015
Danish is not technically named after a country, but a nationality, but we know what you mean - good quiz!
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level 45
Jun 10, 2015
Can you accept deep-pan pizza as that's what it's usually called here.
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level 25
Aug 12, 2015
Grr! I put Deep-pan for Chicago Pizza, isn't that what we call Chicago Town pizzas, their Deep-pan not deep dish? should it be accepted?
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level 46
Dec 8, 2015
How is it I managed to get Durian, but not Deviled Egg?
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level 43
Jan 3, 2016
Denmark not Danish.
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level 82
Jan 13, 2016
mmmm; denmark pastries - yummy
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level 59
Oct 7, 2017
For a Brit, the nougat confection would be a Double-Decker
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level 76
Feb 9, 2018
How is that "heavenly"? (Sounds good, though.)
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level 34
Mar 19, 2018
isn't "Doughnut" actually donut?
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level 60
May 13, 2018
No, "donut" is actually doughnut.
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level 61
Jun 21, 2019
And where are the nuts?? (They must been in the centre...)
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level 36
Mar 26, 2018
i've never heard of a dagwood, but what americans call corn dogs are often called 'dagwood dogs' here. go figure
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level 64
May 10, 2018
Deep pan pizza maybe
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level 52
Jun 12, 2018
Doughnuts? Branflakes, keep you regular!
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level 28
Dec 10, 2018
you should accept denmark as well