Food & drink 37

From the quiz on 14/3/17.

  1. Brunost, Primula and Jarlsberg are cheeses from which European country? Norway

  2. Scrag-end is an inexpensive cut of meat from the neck of which animal? Sheep

  3. Which French chef owns and runs the two-Michelin-starred restaurant at the Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons hotel in Great Milton, Oxfordshire? Raymond Blanc

  4. Invented by Momofuku Andō and first produced in 1958 by Nissin Foods, the world’s first commercial instant noodles were what meat flavour? Chicken

  5. What name, in reference to a diplomat from a prominent Russian family, is given to a dish of beef strips cooked in a sauce containing smetana (sour cream)? Stroganoff

  6. For what four words does the name of the beer-promoting organization CAMRA stand? Campaign for Real Ale

  7. What name, from the Old French for “bump”, is given to a (typically rectangular) fritter of deep-fried dough served with icing sugar? Beignet

  8. The original recipe for triple cooked chips, in which they are frozen or refrigerated twice and deep-fried thrice, was created in the mid-1990s by which English chef? Heston Blumenthal

  9. What animal-related name is given to a light filmy crust of tartar that forms in port and other old bottled wines? Beeswing

  10. What name, literally meaning “iron plate grill”, is given to the style of Japanese cuisine in which various ingredients are cooked on a hot steel plate usually located in the centre of the diners’ table? Teppanyaki


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