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Foods that Start with E Quiz

Name these foods (and drinks) that start with the letter E.
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First submittedMay 13, 2012
Last updatedOctober 15, 2014
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Clue
Food
Japanese soybean snack
Edamame
Creamy holiday beverage
Eggnog
Snails
Escargot
Unagi, for example
Eel
Hispanic pastry, stuffed with meat,
cheese or veggies
Empanada
Purple vegetable
Eggplant
Long, cream-filled French pastry
Éclair
Mexican tortilla rolled around a filling,
and smothered in sauce
Enchilada
Cajun dish of shellfish over rice
Étouffée
Clue
Food
McDonald's breakfast offering
Egg McMuffin
Highly-concentrated coffee of Italy
Espresso
Brand of cheese product sold in a spray can
Easy Cheese
Carnival food named for a large animal
Elephant Ear
Circular breakfast bread, named
for a country
English Muffin
The above, topped with ham,
poached eggs and hollandaise sauce
Eggs Benedict
Fried Chinese appetizer
Egg Roll
Salad green
Endive
L-shaped macaroni
Elbow Macaroni
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level 66
May 31, 2012
Never heard of an elephant ear before.
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level 59
Jan 23, 2015
aka funnel cakes
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level 55
Jan 23, 2015
Not exactly. More like a fried tortilla with butter, cinnamon and sugar on top. Very delicious!
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level 42
Jun 13, 2019
funnel cakes are cake batter drizzled into oil then covered in poweder sugar. elephant ears are fried dough stretched thin and covered in sugar and cinnamon
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level 76
Apr 15, 2017
I had no idea. Of course, once I saw the answer I remembered that Beaver Tails are apparently called Elephant Ears outside of Canada.
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level 61
Jun 14, 2017
To me, an elephant ear is a type of plant -- which is also what comes up when one googles "elephant ear". Definitely never heard it referring to a food before.
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level 40
Jul 19, 2012
England isn't technically a country, which kind of threw me off... I could only think of Estonia and Egypt haha
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level 40
Jan 25, 2015
No England is definitely a country. You need to go back to school.
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level 67
Aug 30, 2012
A lot of eggs. oO
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level 72
Jun 20, 2014
Never heard of elephant ear, but contemplated putting 'eel' for the carnival food and would have gotten unagi if I had done so.
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level 54
Aug 27, 2014
Thanks for taking escarole as a salad green. I'd like to think I would have gotten to endive in time, but who knows.
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level 76
Jan 26, 2015
Same here.
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level 71
Jan 23, 2015
I will take pride in not knowing Easy Cheese.
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level 57
Aug 22, 2015
Me too.
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level 40
Oct 20, 2018
Yeah, I got scared reading that question and only to go as far away from it as possible...
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level 77
Jan 23, 2015
For some reason I thought it was EZ Cheese.
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level 66
Jan 23, 2015
I thought it was called Cheese- Whiz.
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level 76
May 20, 2017
It is disgusting. Doesn't the nozzle have a star tip so you can make pretty cheese splotches on your Ritz cracker? Or maybe I'm thinking about the whip cream that comes in a can, equally as disgusting.
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level 50
Jan 23, 2015
Cheese comes in a spray can? Really?
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level 60
Jan 24, 2015
It is called Cheese Whiz in US. Especially at Geno's in Philly, cheese steak with Whiz.
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level 66
Jan 26, 2015
Cheez Whiz and Easy Cheese are different. Cheez Whiz is a spreadable cheese in a jar. Easy Cheese is a sprayable cheese in a can. It's great on Ritz crackers.
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level 76
Feb 29, 2016
Apparently the Americans have a weird taste in cheese.
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level 58
Jan 24, 2015
Not ever having been exposed to this product, I thought "A spray cheese that begins with E. E-Z-Cheez?" That didn't work, but I thought, maybe whatever the spelling is, just typing the real words will work. Turns out the real words are the name of the product! But I did just guess it based on the given initial letter.
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level 66
Jan 26, 2015
Thank you, QM, for being generous on "etouffee." I would never have gotten it without misspellings allowed. :D
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level 63
Jan 27, 2015
Aubergine doesn't begin with e lol.
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level 20
Apr 6, 2015
EZ cheese should work too, due to the fact that that is what it's called by the off-brand
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level 57
Dec 27, 2015
Not the worst quiz ever but bloody close...
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level 69
Aug 28, 2016
Never heard of an elephant hear, but was able to guess it.
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level 76
May 20, 2017
I confused unagi with uni and couldn't figure out how to get an e word out of sea urchin. Only one I missed.
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level 70
Jun 16, 2017
You forgot the "x" in Expresso! (hahaha, relax, juuuuuust kidding)
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level 61
Jun 25, 2019
You should aks how to spell it (yes intentional.. )
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level 75
Jan 19, 2018
Spray on cheese, sort it out America
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level 70
Aug 14, 2018
Being British, "Circular breakfast bread, named for a country" completely threw me - there's no prefix where I come from...
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level 73
Sep 23, 2019
Same here, starts with an M as far as I'm concerned...