Foods that Start with T Quiz

Name these foods and drinks that start with the letter T.
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Last updated: January 7, 2015
First submittedJanuary 15, 2013
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Clue
Food
Bright red fruit, or is it a vegetable?
Tomato
Thanksgiving centerpiece
Turkey
Mexican dish of tortilla with fillings
Taco
Mexican sandwich
Torta
World's most expensive mushroom
Truffle
Jasmine or Earl Grey, e.g.
Tea
What poi is made from
Taro
Ahi or Albacore, e.g.
Tuna
Pressed soybean curd
Tofu
Animal stomach
Tripe
Clue
Food
Citrus variety
Tangerine
Popular culinary herb
Thyme
Italian desert made with coffee-dipped ladyfingers
Tiramisu
High-quality cut of beef, also known as "filet"
Tenderloin
Fish of Middle East origin, often farmed
Tilapia
Japanese dish of lightly battered veggies or seafood
Tempura
Mustard-yellow Indian spice
Turmeric
White, bulbous root vegetable
Turnip
Agave liquor
Tequila
Ring-shaped filled pasta
Tortellini
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Level 16
Jan 15, 2013
Tomato is a fruit. Fruits have seeds, vegetables do not. Simple as that. The confusion can now end.
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Level 56
Jan 15, 2013
Peppers have seeds, as do cucumbers. There are SOME vegetables that have seeds, but as a rule they generally don't.
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Level 71
Jan 15, 2013
Cucumbers are definately fruits, and i'm pretty sure peppers are too.
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Level 87
Jan 15, 2013
Ahem: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomato. You only have to get 4 lines in for the explanation-- "While it is botanically a fruit, it is considered a vegetable for culinary purposes..." and by the US Supreme court, as the importing of vegetables is taxed, whereas fruit is not.
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Level ∞
Jan 19, 2013
@ plattitude has the right of it. Fruit and vegetable aren't mutually exclusive categories.
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Level 48
Aug 23, 2015
Many vegetables have seeds. They are botanically fruits, but in culinary and nutritional terms are vegetables. See tomato, cucumber, soy bean, sweet corn, etc.
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Level 53
Jan 16, 2013
Not as simple as that. To a botanist, tomato is a fruit. To a cook, tomato is a vegetable. It depends on your criteria, and neither answer is correct in all cases.
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Level 71
Jan 21, 2013
In that case, is it a taste thing? If it doesn't taste sweet, people regard it as a vegetable?
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Level 58
Jan 22, 2013
Well that doesn't explain Pumpkin. In Australia it is purely a vegetable but in the US it is eaten as a sweet!
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Level 70
Aug 21, 2015
Yes but it is sweetened, Usually with Brown & White Sugar, I love pumpkin pie!
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Level 78
Aug 21, 2015
My grandma's secret to her incredible pumpkin pie was adding a tablespoon of molasses.
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Level 78
Sep 1, 2016
Promise not to tell and it will be. I don't think she'll mind anyway, she's been gone over 30 years.
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Level 72
Oct 6, 2016
In that case, I think we should take it as our duty to carry on your grandma's tradition!
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Level 78
Jan 15, 2013
Pressed soybean curd... the most appetizing sounding food in the world. Please pass the ground beef.
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Level 70
Aug 21, 2015
It don't beat Prime Rib.
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Level 78
Aug 21, 2015
Tofu doesn't sound much better.
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Level 64
Mar 1, 2017
Tofu - my least favourite food. Ever.
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Level 20
Jan 16, 2013
I've sadly never heard of those types of tuna DX!
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Level 45
Jul 31, 2015
What kind of tuna do you eat? lol
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Level 70
Jan 9, 2017
Tinned
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Level 38
Jun 29, 2013
A Mexican dish of a tortilla with fillings is a burrito as well as a taco.
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Level 71
Sep 18, 2013
I believe you must mean a tburrito with the 't' being silent? you know...considering the title of the quiz and all?
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Level 39
Oct 28, 2015
haha tburrito
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Level 70
Apr 28, 2020
It's the Yorkshire version.
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Level 54
Aug 21, 2015
a tortilla with fillings could be a tostada... more people got tripe than tenderloin?
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Level 64
Aug 21, 2015
Italian desert? Haha
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Level 70
Jan 9, 2017
Tito Gobi
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Level 4
Feb 9, 2016
This quiz was great but I kept thinking that tenderloin was T-bone steak LOL
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Level 78
Sep 1, 2016
You're half right. The tenderloin makes up the "smaller" half of the T-bone.
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Level 70
Jan 9, 2017
Both T-bone steak and Porterhouse have fillet (tenderloin) attached, but for a T-bone Steak to be called a Porterhouse the fillet section must be 32mm or more at its widest point.
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Level 36
Nov 1, 2016
I typed tarragon and it accepted it as thyme? wtf?
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Level 77
May 8, 2019
Yeah thanks for a freebee but I don't think tarragon is "popular".
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Level 44
Jan 9, 2017
Truffles aren't mushrooms; they're more closely related to onions or garlic.
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Level 70
Oct 30, 2019
lol
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Level 58
Feb 2, 2018
According to Wikipedia, and example of an Italian desert would be the Accona Desert, which doesn't start with T. Maybe you mean "dessert?"
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Level 55
Jul 13, 2020
This quip has been undeservedly ignored for 2 years. It's time for some recognition.
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Level 31
Mar 28, 2019
Toast? Its kinda still bread but... why not?
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Level 70
Oct 30, 2019
Ah yes, animal stomach. Not to be confused with plant stomach?