Ques No.1: What are the ingredients in a Harvey Wallbanger cocktail?
Ans: Vodka, Galliano and orange juice
Ques No.2: Our final destination is India, a country too big and diverse to be covered at once. Which of these is NOT traditionally eaten for breakfast in the southern parts of India?
Ans: Chole Bhature
Ques No.3: Bubble tea originated in which country?
Ques No.4: In the Philippines you find omelets on the breakfast menu but what is the key ingredient of the omelet dish called tortang talong?
Ques No.5: What are the four main ingredients in beer?
Ans: Grain, hops, yeast, and water
Ques No.6: Given that the Maldives are an island nation, it comes as no surprise that fish is an integral part of the cuisine. Which type of fish is found in the traditional breakfast dish called mas huni?
Ques No.7: The desire to eat strange things that are non-nutritive is known as what?
Ques No.8: Rukhal is a type of thin, round bread traditionally eaten for breakfast in Oman. Which of these would be a most likely accompaniment?
Ques No.9: In what year was the blue M&M first introduced?
Ques No.10: By now you're used to having different types of tea along with your breakfast. What unusual ingredients do you find in the tea that you drink in Bhutan?
Ans: Salted butter