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Foods that Start with F Quiz

Based on the clues, name these foods (and drinks) that start with the letter F.
Last updated: October 20, 2014
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Clue
Food
Chinese restaurant closer
Fortune Cookie
Tuna or salmon, e.g.
Fish
Crumbly Greek cheese
Feta
Ground wheat
Flour
The British call them chips
Fries
Anise-flavored herb
Fennel
Pufferfish sashimi
Fugu
Hot dog
Frankfurter
Ficus fruit
Fig
Cake topping
Frosting
Clue
Food
Amphibian French delicacy
Frog Leg
Oft-gifted Christmas dessert
Fruitcake
It's halfway between an omelette and a quiche
Frittata
Breakfast dish of fried, egg-soaked bread
French Toast
Starbucks brand of sweet, blended coffee drink
Frappuccino
Grilled meat and veggies, served with tortillas
Fajita
Fried ball of ground chickpeas or fava beans
Falafel
Roast beef sandwich served au jus
French Dip
Product made of fattened goose liver
Foie Gras
Peach schnapps and orange juice
Fuzzy Navel
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level 38
Aug 2, 2012
It's pretty obvious that you're looking for "frosting," but cake topping could easily also be fondant.
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level 64
Aug 2, 2012
I didn't come up with frosting but tried to spell fondant about 6 different ways.
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level 54
Aug 2, 2012
I did the exact same thing. Frosting didn't even cross my mind.
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level ∞
Oct 20, 2014
Fondant will work now
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level 68
Aug 2, 2012
Can you accept frog's legs
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level 21
Aug 31, 2012
agreed
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level ∞
Oct 20, 2014
Okay
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level 50
Aug 2, 2012
Is Fois Gras acceptable as well?
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level 72
Aug 2, 2012
It shouldn't be since fois means (number of) times and foie means liver
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level 44
Jan 16, 2013
I'm sort of with pmack on this one - there should be some leniency on the spelling... not everyone speaks French.
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level 45
Feb 13, 2015
So what? You don't need to speak French, to simply learn how a word is spelled.
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level ∞
Oct 20, 2014
I guess we can accept that one too.
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level 28
Aug 3, 2012
I put fragua which is the english spelling and it didn't work :( Also farina is ground wheat. that should be accepted. :)
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level 29
Aug 10, 2012
...or you could just spell it correctly.
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level 56
Aug 20, 2012
No, no fragua is not the English spelling of foie gras, that is, in fact, just you spelling it how it sounds and saying it is the 'English spelling'. No. Rant over.
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level 71
Dec 6, 2012
But that is how the English language (and in particular the residents of the UK) have adopted words from other languages. In the Hornblower books, the characters sometimes refer to kickshaws, which is what happens to quelque chose when non-French-speakers pronounce it. Give it time--fragua may become a word yet.
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level 81
May 17, 2014
But the pronunciation is fuagra, not fragua?
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level 76
Jan 28, 2019
ah, potatoes patotoes
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level 75
Jan 14, 2016
I first thought of farina but it can be any cereal grain, not just wheat. Flour is a better answer.
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level 28
Aug 3, 2012
also fondant for cake topping.
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level 66
Aug 8, 2012
And frog thigh. Or just frog. :/
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level 20
Mar 21, 2013
nice quiz :)
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level 35
Jul 30, 2013
Figgy pudding should be accepted for fruitcake. It's the first thing that came into my head.
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level 50
Jun 18, 2014
Oh bring us some figgy pudding, oh bring us some figgy pudding... Piggy pudding? No, no, figgy pudding. We won't go until we get some WON'T GO! Muppets, anyone?
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level 75
Feb 13, 2015
Yeah, I'm a Muppet groupie.
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level 71
Aug 23, 2013
Could you be a bit more flexible on the spelling of 'falafel'? Shops around my way spell it 'felafel' and, since it's a transliteration, I'd argue there are a number of legitimate ways of spelling it.
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level ∞
Aug 23, 2013
Okay, I added even more spellings for falafel.
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level 27
May 5, 2014
For frappuccino frap should be excepted
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level 75
May 6, 2014
Surprised to hear that frog legs are best known as a French delicacy. We southerners have been gigging and frying frogs for generations. (Remember the Muppet Movie?)
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level 46
Apr 25, 2018
Many 'Southerners' are of French descent. Cajuns for instance. Louisiana having been French.
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level 71
Jul 18, 2014
Agree with the figgy pudding advocates.
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level 48
Oct 29, 2014
Fortune Cookies aren't Chinese!!! Fortune Cookies only come from fake Chinese food restaurants, a.k.a. Panda Express
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level 60
Nov 18, 2014
But it is common in Chinese restaurants around the world. The clue didn't say that the restaurant had to be in China.
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level 48
Feb 13, 2015
Well the clue could at least read "fake chinese restaurants"
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level 52
Oct 2, 2018
why not frozen ice cream for the chinese meal closer one? i always have it for dessert after a sit down chinese meal, whereas i have never been offered a fortune cookie
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level 47
Dec 19, 2014
flour -- aargh!
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level 57
Feb 13, 2015
Love to see that the Quizmaster considers liquor equivalent to food...just like me
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level 76
Feb 13, 2015
How did I miss felafel... had so much of that crap over the last six years in Saudi, Bahrain and Israel. I'll always remember the one time I left a paper bag full of felafel on the floor to my apartment and the next morning just about slipped and fell because the every floor tile in that room had become very slick. I eventually figured out that the grease from the felafel had soaked through the paper and then spread out over the entire floor. Nasty.

I was even thinking of Middle Eastern foods that didn't show up... like the Egyptian favorite that is basically refried beans. Phonetically it's pronounced "fool me-da-mays" but they spell it like "foul madames" which always made me think of old dirty prostitutes.
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level 75
Feb 13, 2015
I'm a country girl so it would make me think of laying hens - fowl madames.
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level 24
Feb 14, 2015
farina for ground wheat?
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level 46
Sep 15, 2015
I tried farina too. Flour was, almost, too obvious that I nearly missed it.
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level 11
Mar 25, 2016
You should allow "frappe" because it took me several tries to spell frappuccino correctly.
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level 16
Apr 27, 2016
Can you accept frog?
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level 44
Aug 26, 2016
I stared at ground wheat for ages and only just thought of flour in the last second, was too late though xD
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level 43
Nov 1, 2017
FLOUR!!! I feel so stupid right now...urgh
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level 66
Nov 18, 2017
Fruit cake is NOT a dessert. Desserts are the final course of a meal. Cake can be eaten at any time and on its own.
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level 68
Mar 21, 2018
And another vote for figgy pudding. We won't go until we get it accepted.
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level 67
May 2, 2018
Figgy pudding is just another word for Christmas pudding, a desert made usually a while before Christmas and served boiled with custard etc. ......... Fruit Cake is a totally different food. Usually also made long before Christmas, often served at tea-time Christmas Day and is sometimes laced with rum or brandy. It is not served hot. Both of these foods are favourites of mine.
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level 41
May 29, 2018
I also thought of farina, not flour.
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level 38
May 16, 2019
In the US (at least in the New York area) fuzzy navels include Vodka.
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