Food for the Holiday
Desserts
Fruits/Vegetables
Food From Around the World
Fast Food Chains
100

The main meat dish that many Americans eat at Thanksgiving

Turkey

100

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

Cake

100

A sweet, fruit produced by a tree

Apples

100

An Italian dish consisting largely of this, typically with a sauce.

Spaghetti

100

The world's largest fast food restaurant famous for their clown mascot

McDonald's

200

Often eaten with ketchup and mustard on the 4th of July

Hot dogs

200

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

Pie

200

A plant that's green and can be made into pickles

Cucumber

200

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

Taco

200

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

Taco Bell

300

Is sweet and you eat it on Halloween

Candy

300

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

Cookies

300

is a purple, long fruit

eggplant

300

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

Sushi

300

Famous for their fried chicken

KFC

400

Traditionally made with milk, cream, sugar, whipped egg whites, and egg yolks and drank during the Christmas Holiday season

Eggnog

400

A square, baked, chocolate dessert.

Brownies

400

Is a plant that has blue– or purple–colored berries.

blueberries

400

Japonese soup

Ramen

400

One of the most popular coffee chains

Starbucks

500

Is a white and red, Christmas candy

Candy Canes

500

A sweetened frozen food typically eaten as a snack or dessert

ice cream

500

A yellowish or green edible fruit that is typically narrow at the top and bigger at the base

Pear

500

Is a chinese food made of dough with a savory filling 

dumplings 

500

One of the largest coffee and baked good (donuts and bagels) chains 

Krispy kreme

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