Food for the Holiday
Desserts
Fruits/Vegetables
Ethnic Foods
Fast Food Chains
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The main meat dish that many Americans eat at Thanksgiving

What is Turkey?

50

Sweetened dessert that is baked in the oven and served mostly on birthdays

What is Cake ?

50

A sweet, edible fruit produced by a tree. Usually green or red

What are apples?

50

A southern European dish with long noodles, typically eaten with a sauce

What is Spaghetti? 

50

The world's largest fast food restaurant famous for their golden arches 

What is McDonald's?

100

This treat tastes like peppermint and is hung in Christmas trees

What are Candy Canes?

100

A square, baked, chocolate dessert.

What are brownies?

100

A widely cultivated plant in the gourd family that's green and can be made into pickles

What is a Cucumber?

100

A Mexican dish consisting of a fried tortilla with meat, beans, lettuce, tomatoes, etc.

What is a taco?

100

American global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants that serves the "whopper"

What is Burger King?

150

Often eaten with ketchup, mustard, or relish on the 4th of July (and at baseball games)

What are Hot dogs?

150

A sweetened frozen food typically eaten as a snack or dessert

What is ice cream?

150

A plant species that starts out white and turns dark purple as it matures

What is an Eggplant/Aubergine? 

150

A Japanese dish that is a small roll of raw fish, vegetables, or egg

What is sushi?

150

This chain serves Tex-Mex foods that include tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, novelty and specialty items

What is Taco Bell?

200

White, orange, and yellow candies seen on Halloween in America

What is Candy Corn?

200

A baked or cooked food that is small, flat and sweet

What are cookies?

200

Perennial flowering plants with blue – or purple– coloured berries

What are blueberries?

200

A type of fine German pork sausage that is typically fried or grilled

What is a bratwurst?

200

One of the largest coffee and baked good chains 

What is Starbucks?

250

Traditionally made with milk, cream, sugar, whipped egg whites, egg yolks, and sometimes alcohol and drank during the Holiday season in North America and Britain

What is Eggnog?

250

Made with a crust and pastry dough that covers a filling of various sweet or savoury ingredients

What is Pie?

250

A yellowish or green edible fruit that is typically narrow at the stalk and wider toward the base

What is a pear?

250

A central European food that is dough dumpling stuffed with potato or cheese

What is a pierogi?

250

An American hamburger restaurant chain mostly in the midwest that serves "sliders"

What is White Castles?

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