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People with Food Names Quiz

Guess these people with food names - real and fictional.
Based on a quiz by Disco Bay Golfer
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First submittedAugust 30, 2012
Last updatedDecember 17, 2014
Times taken28,510
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6 degrees actor
Kevin Bacon
Prop comedian
Carrot Top
Star of "Catwoman"
Halle Berry
"Ice, Ice Baby"
Vanilla Ice
"Candian Bacon" actor
John Candy
"Hockey Night in Canada"
Don Cherry
"30 Rock" protagonist
Liz Lemon
Greatest wide receiver ever
Jerry Rice
Boxing legend
Sugar Ray Robinson
Hey Mickey, you're so fine
Toni Basil
Fred Astaire's partner
Ginger Rogers
Gwyneth Paltrow's child
Apple Martin
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Hawaii was once named after him
Earl of Sandwich
Child who visits Willy Wonka's factory
Veruca Salt
Popeye's girlfriend
Olive Oyl
He'd do "almost" anything for love
Meatloaf
Rowan Atkinson
Mr. Bean
California's first openly gay elected official
Harvey Milk
She was popular on MySpace
Tila Tequila
Tijuana Brass leader
Herb Alpert
Former Chief Justice
Warren Burger
Tony Stark's assistant
Pepper Potts
He starred as the butler from "Clue"
Tim Curry
Mario's damsel in distress
Princess Peach
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level 45
Aug 24, 2012
great quiz!
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level 66
Aug 24, 2012
Gah! What a goldfish memory I have. I just finished watching Iron Man literally a minute before I took this quiz, but couldn't answer the last question.
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level 32
Aug 27, 2012
Earl of Sandwich! Rofl
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level 40
Jan 18, 2013
The sandwich is named after him. Supposedly he invented it.
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level 73
Aug 29, 2013
Here's the story that I heard. I have no idea where I heard it, so take it for what it is worth. The story goes that the Earl had a surprise dinner guest arrive. The Earl being an Earl, wouldn't refuse a guest for dinner, so he told his head servant to prepare dinner for the guest. Apparently the "eating gloves" were not clean, so the servant needed to find a way to keep their hands clean while they ate. He cut two large slabs of bread from a loaf, and put the dinner meat between them and served it. The guest loved the idea, and half heartedly named it after the Earl who served it giving no credit to the creative servant. This could be completely bull crap, but for some reason this tale comes to mind every time.
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level 73
Dec 17, 2014
meh. My list of big words is small.
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level 66
Apr 26, 2016
potato potata
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level 6
Apr 2, 2013
cool idea :) great quiz
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level 23
Apr 20, 2014
How about Porky Pig from Looney Tunes(Pork as acceptable answer), Elizabeth Honey (famous australian author) and Peach from Super Mario? Good quiz! =)
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Dec 16, 2014
Added Princess Peach.
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level 67
Apr 14, 2017
There's got to be a Bond girl or villain somewhere. Honey Ryder...
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level 71
Jun 24, 2014
Meat Loaf two words
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level 73
Dec 17, 2014
Curry does not work. It only works if you add an E - currey
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level ∞
Dec 17, 2014
Fixed
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level 58
Jan 27, 2015
Wait. 68% here know the name of Gwyneth Paltrow's child is Apple? Disturbing.
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level 72
Jan 27, 2015
pretty common pop culture trivia question
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level 75
Jan 27, 2015
I had no idea. I thought about typing apple while mentally going through all the fruits, but thought, "Nah, not even an idiot would name a child Apple." I guess one idiot did.
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level 76
Jan 29, 2015
Does it make it more or less idiotic that the name is one letter off from "apple martini?" I guess that's what she was drunk on when the child was conceived?
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level 76
Jan 29, 2015
or when it was named
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level 39
Jan 27, 2015
I suppose the ridiculous names some of them give their children stick in the memory.
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level 75
Mar 6, 2015
I mentioned this on another quiz, but in going through historical records of my area I've come across these names (these are all from official records) - Belle Ringer, Green Fields, Knighten Day, Madden Looney, and Golden Brown. It's not only celebrities who can get "inventive" with names.
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level 66
Apr 26, 2016
Definitely, I have met in person a guy named Mike Hunt
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level 79
Mar 9, 2017
I know a Dick Payne. Could have gone by Rich or Richard, but nope. Going with Dick.
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level 35
Mar 9, 2017
Goody P. Creep. He's a real guy who ran a funeral home in the 1980s.
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level 66
Jan 27, 2015
+1 for the Don Cherry shoutout.
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level 71
Sep 13, 2016
No kidding – where are our fellow hockey fans at?
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level 58
May 24, 2015
Wouldn't it be more appropriate (as well as a better known and more cult-status part) to clue Tim _____ as Frank N. Furter?

I have to remember Chief Justice Warren ______ by reciting in my head the two successive Chief Justices "Earl Warren, Warren Earl _____".
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level 69
Sep 20, 2015
The beckhams named their daughter harper seven, surely their next child will be quarter to eight
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level 43
Feb 3, 2016
Good Quiz
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level 81
Mar 1, 2016
"Candian Bacon"?
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level 66
Apr 26, 2016
Why do I know the name of someone whose most notable accomplishment is being popular on myspace?
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level 71
Sep 13, 2016
43% of us join you in your shame, Tom.
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level 66
Sep 24, 2018
Oh, it wasn't Warren Buffet. Btw, "Canadian" is misspelled.
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level 48
Feb 9, 2019
Tequila is a food? Hmpf lol, fun quiz!
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level 68
Mar 23, 2019
No Canaan Banana? Most disappointing.