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100

The Scoville scale used to measure spiciness for this food.

What are chili peppers 

?

100

The Reinheitsgebot is a series of regulations on the production of beer in this country.

What is Germany?

100

Found on many types of sushi, nori is the Japanese name for the edible species in the red algae genus Pyropia. Frequently used in the format of dried sheets, ____ is the English term for this edible ingredient.

What is Seaweed?

100

It famously has a custard base topped with a layer of hardened caramelized sugar.

What is Crème brûlée?

100

The 3 main ingredients in mayonnaise.

What are eggs, acid, and oil?

100

Italian cuisine would not be the same without this fruit from the Americas.

What is the tomato?

100

Anthony Bourdain had many TV shows during his life, but this was the first one.

What is "A Cooks Tour"?

200

The botanical classification of chili peppers.

What is a fruit? or What is capsicum?

200

This liquor name can be interpreted as "little water," which makes some sense as the beverage is said to originate from Poland or Russia.

What is Vodka

200

Sushi is defined by this ingredient with a very specific preparation.

What is rice or vinegared rice?

200

The Italian dessert that contains ladyfingers, mascarpone, and a secret pick-me-up ingredient.

What is tiramisu?

200

These are the 5 French "Mother Sauces".

What are hollandaise, tomato, bechamel, Espangole, and veloute?

200

The continent where chili peppers originated.

What is South America?

200

This was a show that was narrated by Bourdain and featured David Chang in the first season, the only chef to have a full season to himself for the run of the show.

What is "The Mind of a Chef"?

300

Capsaicin is the chemical compound in chili peppers that makes them feel "hot" because it triggers these neurological receptors.

What are pain and heat receptors?

300
Betraying the vine grown association of part of its name, this is actually a type of beer.

What is a Barley Wine?

300

The Chinese phonetic origins of the Japanese word "ramen".

What is "la mian"?

300

The traditional recipe for pound cake includes one pound each of four ingredients: flour, sugar, butter, and ____.

What are eggs?

300

The meaning of the French word "pain".

What is bread?

300

Despite it being on the menu in every Indian restaurant, this popular dish was actually invented in Great Britain.

What is chicken tikka masala, or tikka masala?

300

Anthony Bourdain is well known for his TV shows but he was also a prolific writer, and this was his first published book.

What is the crime thriller "Bone in the Throat"?

400

The spicy mix of pickled chilis and vegetables, almost always including celery, popular in Chicago and is most commonly served on pizza and Italian Beef sandwiches.

What is giardiniera?

400

The alcoholic spirit found in all three of these cocktails: Gimlet, Aviation, and Tom Collins.

What is gin?

400

The country largely responsible for the Japanese traditions of deep fried foods, introduced by missionaries from here in the 1600's.

What is Portugal?

400

Technically translating directly as "candy from milk," this is the name of the confection from Latin America prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk to create a brown substance which is used as a dessert or topping.

What is dulce de leche?

400

He is credited as the creator of the "brigade" system of kitchen hierarchy and organization.

Who is Auguste Escoffier?

400

Two types of vertical spit roasting techniques that are direct descendants of Turkish doner.

What are al pastor, gyros, and/or shawarma?

400

Anthony Bourdain's foray into writing comic books.

What is "Get Jiro"?

500

Ed Curry, creator of the Carolina Reaper chili, recently released this new pepper onto the world that has been confirmed by Guinness as the world's new hottest pepper.

What is Pepper X?

500

Sometimes called "the green fairy," this anise-flavored spirit is used as a rinse in a classic New Orleans Sazerac cocktail.

What is absinthe?

500

The methods used for producing bonito flakes (katsuobushi), the main ingredient for the dashi soup stock.

What are boiling, fermenting, drying, and smoking?

500
Red Velvet cake originated from this area of the United States.
What is the South
500

A cuisine style that evolved from the French Acadians in Canada who migrated far to the south that still utilizes French techniques but with the ingredients local to it's birth place.

What is Cajun?

500

Vietnam has many dishes that are thought of as quintessential to its cuisine but can be traced back to a period in the early 20th century when it was occupied by this country.

What is France?

500

Bourdain was in the first episode of this show hosted by a well-known East Coast French chef that was filmed after service at a different restaurant each episode featuring industry insiders and celebrities.

What is "After Hours with Daniel Boulud"?

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