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Foods that Start with M Quiz

Name these foods and drinks that start with the letter M.
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Last updated: January 26, 2015
First submittedJuly 13, 2012
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Clue
Food
S'mores ingredient
Marshmallow
Yellow condiment
Mustard
Chocolate latte
Mocha
Comes in skim and whole varieties
Milk
Unleavened bread made for Passover
Matzo
Butter substitute made from vegetable oil
Margarine
Tequila and lime juice cocktail
Margarita
Ham and cheese sandwich,
dipped in egg batter and then fried
Monte Cristo
Pancake topping made from tree sap
Maple Syrup
Yellow/orange fruit. National fruit of India
Mango
New Orleans sandwich with olive salad,
cured meats and cheese
Muffuletta
Clue
Food
Meat of an adult sheep
Mutton
Italian tomato sauce
Marinara
Type of oily fish
Mackerel
Dark, viscous sugar product
Molasses
British spread made from yeast extract
Marmite
Mexican soup, made with beef stomach
Menudo
Hollow noodle, usually elbow-shaped
Macaroni
Oil and egg yolk emulsion, often
slathered on sandwiches
Mayonnaise
Citrus fruit preserve
Marmalade
Italian cheese used on pizza
Mozzarella
Morel or chanterelle, for example
Mushroom
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level 53
Oct 11, 2012
Did ok, but missed some really easy ones as well as the ones I've never heard of!!
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level 52
Oct 11, 2012
Crap! Couldn't spell "muffaletta."
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level 55
May 12, 2014
I've never heard of it, but I want one.
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level 77
Jan 26, 2015
Should be spelled muffuletta
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level ∞
Jan 26, 2015
Fixed the spelling. In my defense, muffaletta seems to be a very common spelling.
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level 56
Mar 22, 2015
moufleta is a sort of pancake that morocan jews eat right after passover. funny, it almost sounds the same
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level 76
Dec 7, 2014
I was thinking croque-monsieur instead of monte cristo - wondering why I'd never had one dipped in egg batter.
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level 45
Dec 23, 2014
same here. I kept thinking monsieur.
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level 58
May 29, 2015
Monsieur is not a title of great respect, it's simply the French word for "mister".
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level 54
May 29, 2015
And also a sandwich.
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level 57
Nov 17, 2016
A croque-monsieur is a ham and cheese sandwich, with cheese(gruyere cheese if I remember correctly) placed on top. Then the whole sandwich is placed in an open grill. The cheese on top melts down into the sandwich. Delicious!
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level 44
May 29, 2015
Glad I wasn't the only one
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level 76
May 29, 2015
Wikipedia says the Monte Cristo is a variation of the croque-monsieur so we weren't too far off in our thinking. BTW, put an egg on top of the croque-monsieur and it becomes a croque-madame, which seems even closer somehow. But still no cigar.
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level 63
May 23, 2015
Well "oil and egg yolk emulsion, often slathered on sandwiches" is perhaps the most appetizing description ever. There goes my desire to eat mayo for the next few days.
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level 67
Jun 6, 2017
Never seen anyone slathering Mayo on a sandwich by itself. Although when I lived in USA I was amazed by people pouring maple syrup on their bacon, eggs and pancakes.
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level 38
Oct 16, 2018
Most likely they poured too much syrup on their pancakes, which then ran off and mingled with their eggs and bacon. (easy to happen when all three are on the same plate).
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level 64
May 29, 2015
I like that these are a nice mix of easy and hard ones.
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level 34
Nov 23, 2018
I call it disgusting...
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level 62
May 29, 2015
not sure if you can call marmite food........
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level 45
Jun 1, 2015
Love Marmite!!
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level 62
Apr 1, 2017
I grew up on NZ marmite (different to British marmite) - 3 marmite sandwiches every day for lunch at school my entire childhood. It's a kiwi thing.
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level 67
Jun 6, 2017
No wonder they can't fly!
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level 10
Jun 12, 2015
What about muffins! !!
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level 76
Nov 5, 2015
I've a feeling muffins would cause an Americans vs Englishmen arguments over the description.
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level 76
Feb 19, 2017
Bring it on! :)
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level 60
Jul 18, 2016
Menudo? Wasn't that a dreadful Puerto Rican pop group?
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level 67
Oct 21, 2016
I think 'Beef Stomach' would be better termed 'Tripe' as that is what it becomes after cleaning and treatment. Honeycomb Tripe is the best for cooking although 'Thick Seam' tripe is also good. In Lancashire 'Tripe' was eaten as is with vinegar and pepper and crusty bread, or cut up and cooked with pieces of beef chucksteak and vegetables into a stew. Also Steak & Cowheel cooked with tripe and veges makes a good wholesome stew.
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level 79
Oct 21, 2016
I would think that Menhaden should be acceptable as an answer for type of oily fish. It is used quite often as a source for consumer fish oil.
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level 57
Nov 17, 2016
In Oz, a marinara is a tomato sauce with mixed seafood. A basic Italian tomato sauce is a Napoli.
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level 62
Apr 1, 2017
Same in NZ.
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level 60
Jan 22, 2017
Is it me, or are the food descriptions more disturbing for m than the others?
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level 44
Feb 19, 2017
Only knew Marmite from Tomska
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level 71
Jun 6, 2017
You have to spell margarine wrong to get it to register as an answer - and then it appears spelled correctly.
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level 50
Nov 15, 2017
Mutton is actually goat meat. I think.
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level 55
Apr 25, 2018
nope
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level 31
Oct 16, 2018
No ... it's sheep meat usually three years or older. Cooked with rosemary in a slow oven, over a long period of time much nicer than lamb IF cooked properly. More flavour.
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level 38
Oct 16, 2018
^ Don't forget the garlic (to eliminate the gamey taste).
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level 71
Oct 10, 2019
Depends on the market place, but lambs generally become "mutton" at eruption of their first adult teeth, around 18 months of age
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level 68
Sep 4, 2019
It's easy to work out if you know French. Sheep = mouton.
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level 44
Dec 26, 2018
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...