Very British Food Quiz

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Very British Food Quiz
Some believe that British cuisine has nothing new and interesting to offer. It's more than just fish and chips, you're sure to find something that surprises you! Let's see how well you understand the cuisine of this region!

Which of the following is not traditionally a part of a full English breakfast?

Eggs

Pancakes

Sausages

Bacon

Which cake originated from Wiltshire, which is a major pig rearing area in the south of England?

Chelsea buns

Simnel cake

Lardy cake

Bath buns

Mead is a traditional British drink. What is it made from?

Nettles

Plums

Elderflowers

Honey

A fat rascal is a... ?

A scone

A meat pie

A cream cake

A British schoolchild

What is the British name for porcini mushrooms or ceps?

Guinea roll

Shilling cob

Penny bun

Farthing loaf

The first fish and chip shop opened in London in what year?

1900

1860

1820

1880

Which of the following is the oldest known English cheese?

Stilton

Wensleydale

Cheddar

Cheshire

What is the main ingredient you would find in 'Gentleman's Relish'?

Horseradish

Peppers

Anchovies

Creamed onions

Which pie containing meat, potato and vegetables was eaten by tin miners in the south-west of England?

Cornish pasty

Devon crumpers

Dorset dumplings

Somerset flan

Harry Ramsden's is well known for serving which food?

Fish and Chips

Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

Chicken Tikka Masala

English Cooked Breakfast

Which dish is served in English pubs and consists of a piece of cheese, a bit of pickle and pickled onion, and a chunk of bread?

Paupers Lunch

Travellers Lunch

Ploughman's Lunch

Farmers Lunch

Which of these dishes is eaten during the summer tennis tournament Wimbledon?

Chocolate ice cream

Leek and potato soup

Strawberries and cream

Cucumber sandwiches

Which of these did not originate from the north of England?

Eccles Cake

Stotty

Yorkshire Pudding

Bath bun

Which British dish is made with apples, sugar and sultanas?

Eve's pudding

Welsh rarebit

Pork roast

Christmas cake

Which of these is the name of a British cake?

Pannel

Parkin

Plankin

Panik

Bubble and Squeak is traditionally served on which day of the year in Britain?

Valentine's

Boxing Day

Halloween

New Year's Eve

Which of the following is not a make of British lager?

Wychwood Hobgoblin

Guinness

Shepherd Neame Spitfire

Newcastle Brown Ale

What is not part of a traditional British Cream Tea?

Tea

Scones

Custard

Clotted cream

Which of these ingredients cannot be found in custard?

Chocolate

Cream

Egg yolk

Milk

What is traditionally served with roasted lamb?

Baked beans

Ice cream

Tomato ketchup

Mint sauce

Which of the following is a main ingredient of Toad in the Hole?

Sausages

Bacon

Toads

Carrots

What is the typical British pie with mash potato, minced beef and vegetables called?

Chicken hot pot

Pasta bake

Shepherd's pie

Cottage pie

When was the classic Fish Pie created?

17th century

11th century

15th century

13th century

On which day of the week would you typically have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with your meal?

Friday

Monday

Sunday

Saturday

What is the typical sausage used in the classic dish "Bangers and Mash"?

Lincolnshire sausage

Cumberland sausage

Chipolata

Blood sausage

What is the Scottish dish "Cullen Skink"?

Haggis with mash

Minced beef and mashed potatoes

Fish pie

Smoked haddock soup

Who, by the age of 33, became the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars?

Marco Pierre White

Heston Blumenthal

Jamie Oliver

Gordon Ramsay

The first-ever chocolate bar was invented in 1720s in Bristol, who invented it?

Graham Rowntree

John Cadbury

Napoleon

Joseph Fry

Who claims to have invented the Scotch egg in 1738?

David Hume

The former cook of Scotland's oldest pub

King George the II

Fortnum & Mason

Haggis, the Scottish delicacy, is made of heart, liver and which other body part?

lungs

spleen

kidney

brains

Not into British Cuisine

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OK-Attitude

Judging by your answers, you are not a big fan of British cuisine, but if you get the opportunity, you do not mind trying the traditional dishes of this region. So you know the most popular options, but be sure to try something else, you will be pleasantly surprised! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

British Cuisine Enthusiast

Judging by your answers, you are a big fan of British cuisine. As soon as you get the chance, you try to try as many different dishes as possible. That's why you know so much about them. If there is something on your menu that you haven't tasted yet, don't put it off for later! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

Which of the following is not traditionally a part of a full English breakfast?
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Which cake originated from Wiltshire, which is a major pig rearing area in the south of England?
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Mead is a traditional British drink. What is it made from?
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A fat rascal is a... ?
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What is the British name for porcini mushrooms or ceps?
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The first fish and chip shop opened in London in what year?
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Which of the following is the oldest known English cheese?
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What is the main ingredient you would find in 'Gentleman's Relish'?
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Which pie containing meat, potato and vegetables was eaten by tin miners in the south-west of England?
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Harry Ramsden's is well known for serving which food?
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Which dish is served in English pubs and consists of a piece of cheese, a bit of pickle and pickled onion, and a chunk of bread?
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Which of these dishes is eaten during the summer tennis tournament Wimbledon?
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Which of these did not originate from the north of England?
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Which British dish is made with apples, sugar and sultanas?
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Which of these is the name of a British cake?
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Bubble and Squeak is traditionally served on which day of the year in Britain?
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Which of the following is not a make of British lager?
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What is not part of a traditional British Cream Tea?
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Which of these ingredients cannot be found in custard?
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What is traditionally served with roasted lamb?
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Which of the following is a main ingredient of Toad in the Hole?
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What is the typical British pie with mash potato, minced beef and vegetables called?
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When was the classic Fish Pie created?
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On which day of the week would you typically have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with your meal?
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What is the typical sausage used in the classic dish "Bangers and Mash"?
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What is the Scottish dish "Cullen Skink"?
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Who, by the age of 33, became the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars?
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The first-ever chocolate bar was invented in 1720s in Bristol, who invented it?
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Who claims to have invented the Scotch egg in 1738?
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Haggis, the Scottish delicacy, is made of heart, liver and which other body part?
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