This is the 91 section from Food & Drink Trivia. These questions and answers will be from barley water, pastries, bread, breakfast and egg.
Ques No.1: Which water you can use instead of OJ or Lemonade?
Ans: Barley water
Ques No.2: In 1919, one particular invention, which was first patented by an American man named Charles Strite, revolutionised the way in which toast was made. What invention was this?
Ans: The modern, automatic, pop-up toaster
Ques No.3: late morning pastries and tea called what?
Ques No.4: By 1928, toast was given another boost, when another American, Frederick Rohwedder, invented a machine that sliced and wrapped bread.
Ques No.5: What did we call the dish made with an animal stomach filled with grain and roasted?
Ques No.6: In 2002, English author, Nick Parker, published "Toast: Homage to a Superfood", in which he called the popular breakfast food "the culinary equivalent of" what?
Ans: Screwdrivers with interchangeable heads
Ques No.7: Which foreign food is famous in Britain?
Ques No.8: Despite its name, technically, French toast is not actually toast- why not?
Ans: Because it is fried, not toasted
Ques No.9: In England, the sandwich is also known as?
Ques No.10: Boiled eggs and toast has long been a popular breakfast with all ages. In the UK, what name is used for the strips of toast used to dip the egg?