Food Mistakes
Holiday Foods
Fruits and Veggies
Fast Food Chains
International Foods
Chocolate, Chips, Cotton Candy, and Cones
150

Name of the sandwich inventor

Earl of Sandwich

(John Montagu)

150

Main dish for Thanksgiving

Turkey

150

grapefruit

150

Yo quiero...

Taco Bell

150

Tacos

Mexico

150

True or False? Eating dark chocolate every day can reduce the risk of heart disease.

True

200

Name of the nachos creator

Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya

200

May people eat hot dogs and hamburgers on this holiday

Fourth of July

200

eggplant

200

No one outpizzas the hut.

Pizza Hut
200

Sushi

Japan

200

True or False? Chocolate can protect the mouth against tooth decay.

True

300

Name of the potatoes chip creator

Chef George Crum

300

Many kids around the world who celebrate Christmas leave this snack for Santa (two things)

Milk and Cookies

300

pomegranate

300

Ba da ba ba ba...I'm lovin' it!

McDonald's

300

Kimchi

Korea

300

Why the customer kept sending the potatoes back

They were too thick

400

How old was Frank Epperson when he accidentally invented the popsicle

Eleven

400

This treat is hung on Christmas trees

Candy Canes

400

dragon fruit

400

America runs on...

Dunkin Donuts

400

Gyros

Greece

400

This snack was invented by a dentist

Cotton Candy

500

Original name of chocolate chip cookies

Tollhouse Crunch Cookies

500

This treat is iconic for Halloween. It is three different colors.

Candy Corn

500

radish

500

Better ingredients. Better pizza.

Papa John's

500

Flan

Spain

500

In 1847, the first chocolate bar was created here

Fry's Chocolate Factory

600

Original name of the popsicle

Epsicle

600

This yummy dessert is eaten after a Thanksgiving meal and is made from a vegetable

Pumpkin Pie

600

garlic

600

Have it your way.

Burger King

600

Creme Brulee

France

600

Cotton Candy was originally called this

Fairy Floss

700

Both stories of the sandwich invention (200 points for each story)

1. Earl of Sandwich was playing a card game and asked for the meat to be placed between two slices of bread.

2. Earl of Sandwich worked so much at his desk, he needed a meal that didn't require utensils.

700

Pour this yummy goodness over your turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes

Gravy

700

acorn squash

700

Finger-lickin' good.

KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken)

700

Beignets

Rome or New Orleans
700

Chocolate originates from here

Central America (Mayans)

800

How popsicles were created (Name included)

Popsicles were invented by Frank Epperson in 1905 when he was 11 years old! One day, Frank was trying to make sodas using his soda-making machine. Later, Frank went inside and left his soda-making equipment out on his porch. When he returned the next morning, he discovered the stick he was using to stir the mixture had frozen upright in the liquid! In 1924, when he was an adult, he applied for a patent for his new discovery, which he originally called the "Epsicle." Later on, he changed the name to the one we're more familiar with today: popsicle.

800

This creamy drink is loved by many and hated by many others. It hits store shelves around Thanksgiving and Christmas time.

Egg Nog

800

starfruit

800

M'm, m'm, m'm, m'm...toasty.

Quiznos

800

Poutine

Quebec (Canada)

800

This gas is in the bag of potato chips to keep them fresh and protect them from breaking

Nitrogen

900

Name of the waffle pastries used to invent ice cream comes

Zalabis

900

This popular dish is served during Hanukkah. It is served with apple sauce and/or sour cream

Latkes

900

ocra

900

Come hungry. Leave happy.

Ihop
900

Hummus

Middle East

900

The two inventions that were introduced at the 1904 St. Louis World Fair

Ice cream cones and cotton candy

10000

How chocolate chip cookies were invented (Name included)

Chocolate chip cookies were invented by Ruth Wakefield in 1930. One day she ran out of baking chocolate, so she smashed up a bar of semisweet chocolate and added it to her batter. She thought the chocolate would melt into the batter but instead she ended up with cookies with chunks of chocolate. She called them “Tollhouse Crunch Cookies”.

10000

This dish is traditionally served during a St. Patrick's Day dinner

Soda bread

10000

yuca

10000

Quality is our recipe.

Wendy's

10000

Satay

Indonesia or Malaysia

10000

These two men are named as being the probable creators of the ice cream cone (200 points for one name)

Ernest Hamwi and Italo Marchiony

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