Saturday, February 13, 2010

Love Food Quiz!

L-O-V-E Food Quiz {C'mon give it a go! At least join in the fun and guess! We aren't grading you!}

1. South American Indians celebrated the harvest of this food. Today, a main ingredient for moles and desserts. Cocoa

2. This herb was used as a powder by Haitian wives. Today, a main Italian staple in every home. Oregano

3. This veggie will get your blood flowing. Today, it is a main ingredient in Mexican recipes. Cumin

4. French couples ate plenty of this green vegetable before their wedding. Today, in Asian cooking it is often stir fried. Snow Peas

5. Story goes, Attila the Hun enjoyed this on his much so, that he drank himself to death. Today, bridegrooms in India receive this as a gift on their wedding day. Tea

6. The Latin church believes this veggie to be high in protein and increase fertility. Today, it is a staple side with rice in Latin countries. Beans

7. Medieval women scented their bath water with this intoxicating herb. Today, I use it to season my homemade pasta sauce. It's great coupled with garlic on a lamb roast, too. Basil

8. Aztec maidens were forbidden to help harvest this green veggie. Today, guacamole cannot be made without it. Avacado

9. Bavarian cows were decorated with this fruit in hopes of an abundant milk supply. This Valentine's Day, I recommend dipping this in the answer to question #1. Strawberries

10. This green veggie plays hard to get. Today is very popular deep fried. Okra

11. This seafood is loaded in zinc and many believe it to be a very romantic food indeed. Today, it is popular in chowder. Clams

1 comment:

  1. Yay! I got them all correct. Oh wait, are those the answers? I agree, let's dip No. 9 with No. 1. Happy V-Day!