This is the 97 section from Food & Drink Trivia. These questions and answers will be from beef, wheat flour, milk, eggs, hangtown fry, potatoes, breakfast recipes, fruits and vegetables.
Ques No.1: I have found a recipe for country fried steak in my mom's old cookbook, but there is a greasy blotch on the list of ingredients, and I cannot tell what type of meat it calls for. So, what kind of meat do I need to buy?
Ques No.2: What Is Aioli
Ans: Garlic Mayonnaise
Ques No.3: I found a Pennsylvania Dutch recipe in my mom's old cookbook, and I think I will give it a try. All I need is cornmeal, wheat flour, milk, seasonings and pork scraps. Do you know what I'm making?
Ques No.4: What Is Black Velvet
Ans: A Mixture Of Stout & Champagne
Ques No.5: I found a faded old recipe in my mom's cookbook. It calls for fried bacon and breaded fried oysters mixed with beaten eggs, and fried as an omelette. But, the top of the page is torn, and the name is missing. What is this dish called?
Ans: Hangtown fry
Ques No.6: What Was Sweet Stout Known As Until Banned Under The Trade Description Act
Ans: Milk Stout
Ques No.7: I need a side dish to serve along with my omelette, and I think I have found the perfect recipe in my mom's cookbook. The recipe is for home fries, which seem rather simple to make, but to ensure the best result I should par-cook the potatoes.
Ques No.8: Which Meat Dish Was Named After A 19th Century Russian Count
Ans: Beef Stroganoff
Ques No.9: Flipping through my mom's old cookbook, I found one of her favorite breakfast recipes. It calls for eggs, diced ham, chopped onions and green bell peppers. I know this omelette is named after an American city, but which one?
Ques No.10: For What Would You Use A Kilner Jar
Ans: Preserving Fruit/Vegetables