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What spicy Thai soup is made from shrimp, basil, mushrooms and chili peppers.

What German pastry is often made with apples, cherries and cheese?

Food

  • Hungarian meat stew Goulash
  • Indian relish Chutney
  • Russian beet soup Borscht
  • Russian beef and sour cream dish Beef stroganoff
  • Polish or Yugoslavian sausage Kielbasa
  • Italian corn meal pudding Polenta
  • Italian “thick soup” Ministrone
  • Italian “little tongue” noodles Linguini
  • Italian “little worm” noodles Vermicelli
  • Italian Custard Zabaglione
  • Italian Sausage Salami
  • Italian rice soup Risotto
  • Italian potato dumplings Gnocchi
  • Italian veal and ham dish Saltimbocca
  • Italian dish using thin cut of veal Scallopini
  • Italian sauce with pine nuts Pesto
  • Italian “springtime” pasta Pasta primavera
  • Italian “before meal” appetizer Antipasto
  • Italian ice cream Gelato
  • German popular veal dish Wiener Schnitzel
  • German cherry soup Kirsch
  • German sausage Knockwurst
  • German cabbage dish Sauerkraut
  • German pot roast marinated in vinegar Sauerbraten
  • German pastry with apples, cherries and cheese Strudel
  • German peppery rabbit stew Hasenpfeffer
  • French salad containing greens, olives, tuna & potatoes Salade Nicoise
  • French molded gelatin salad Aspic
  • French leek and potato soup Vichysoisse
  • French chowder with several kinds of fish Bouillabasse
  • French finely cut raw beef dish Steak tartare
  • French beef tenderloin, made for two Chateaubriand
  • French paste with goose liver Paté de fois gras
  • French relish from eggplant Ratatouille
  • French egg and bacon pie Quiche Lorraine
  • French buttery sponge cake Madeline
  • French sauce with egg yolk, mustard, and Tabasco Hollandaise sauce
  • Hollandaise sauce with tarragon and vinegar added Bearnaise sauce
  • French orange flaming dish Crepes Suzette
  • Roast beef covered with paté de fois gras Beef Wellington
  • Greek lamb dish Souvlaki
  • Greek popular beef sandwich Gyro
  • Greek dish with eggplant Moussaka
  • Japanese meat and vegetable dish Sukiyaki
  • Japanese mushroom Shiitake
  • Japanese beef Kobe
  • Japanese noodles Soba
  • Jewish meat pie Canis
  • Jewish stuffed egg pancake Blintze
  • Mid-east processed wheat found in tabbouleh Bulgur (wheat berries)
  • Mid-eastern Bulgur wheat salad Tabrile
  • Mid-eastern paste with sesame seeds Tahini
  • Mid-east thin sliced dough Phyllo
  • Algerian or North African steamed semolina dish Couscous
  • Mediterranean honey, nuts and filo pastry Baklava
  • English “modest” pie Humble pie
  • English popover Yorkshire pudding
  • Scottish tea treat Scone
  • Scottish dish of sheep innards and oatmeal Haggis
  • Spanish cold tomato soup Gazpacho
  • Mexican sausage Chorizo
  • Mexican spicy chocolate sauce Molé
  • Mexican tripe soup Minuto
  • Cheese on toast Welsh rarebit
  • Baked ice cream and sponge cake dessert Baked Alaska
  • Pennsylvania Dutch apple dessert Apple pan dowdy
  • Pennsylvania Dutch treat Funnel cakes
  • Flaming cherries dessert Cherries jubilee
  • Flaming banana dessert Bananas Foster
  • Flaming French dessert Crepes Suzette
  • Hawaiian taro root dish Poi
  • Thai shrimp soup Tom yum goong
  • Corn served with the hull and germ removed Hominy
  • Cajun stew with ham Jambalaya
  • Creole stew Gumbo
  • Louisiana spicy crawfish tails Cajun popcorn
  • Chinese cabbage Bok choy
  • Marzipan paste nut Almond
  • Hazel nuts Filberts
  • Triangular Amazon nut Brazil nut
  • Praline nut Pecan
  • Chickpeas aka Garbonzo beans
  • Beans with most fiber Pinto beans
  • Soy milk or soybean curd Tofu
  • Tofu legume Soy bean
  • Cooking banana Plantain
  • Lens shaped legumes, high in protein Lentils
  • Pig intestines Chitlins (chitterlings)
  • Corned beef and lima beans dish Succotash
  • Beef soup made from the tail Ox tail soup
  • Brunswick stew meat Squirrel
  • Turkey gravy or turkey innards Giblets
  • Pumpernickel grain Rye
  • Tapioca root Casaba
  • Fried Squid Calamari
  • Source of caviar Sturgeon
  • “Elastic” protein found in wheat Gluten
  • Raw material for chocolate Cacao bean
  • Combined coffee and chocolate flavor Mocha
  • Course ground grain of Durham wheat Semolina
  • Nondigestible food Fiber
  • Pickled beef Corned beef
  • Controversial fat substitute Olestra
  • Red-leaf salad ingredient Radicchio
  • Ricotta liquid Whey
  • Jelly thickener Pectin
  • Scientific name for sugar Sucrose
  • Fruit sugar Fructose
  • Milk sugar Lactose
  • Black strap sweetener Molasses
  • Fruit and nut cereal introduced in 19th century Mueslix
  • Dutch cheese with wax coating Gouda
  • English blue cheese Stilton
  • French cream cheese Neufchatel
  • Greek salad cheese Feta
  • “King of cheeses” Brie
  • Pizza cheese used as string cheese Mozzarella
  • K Paul’s chef Paul Prudhomme
  • “The Galloping Gourmet” Graham Kerr
  • “Favorites from New York Times” chef Craig Claiborne
  • Austrian celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck
  • “Bam!” celebrity TV chef Emeril Lagasse
  • The French Chef TV star Julia Child
  • She wrote the Boston Cook Book Fannie Farmer
  • She wrote The Joy of Cooking Irma Rombauer
  • She wrote The Classic Italian Cookbook Marcella Hazen
  • Ranting Scottish Chef Gordon Ramsay
  • Japanese/American TV cooking series The Iron Chef

Herbs & Spices

  • Expensive yellow-orange spice Saffron
  • “Tasty” spice Savory
  • Quill spice or red spice from evergreen tree Cinnamon
  • Egg nog topper Nutmeg
  • Nutmeg coat spice Mace
  • Tobacco spice from Madagascar used for toothaches Cloves
  • “Master spice” Pepper
  • East Indian spice Curry
  • Hungarian spice Paprika
  • Jamaican multi-flavored spice Allspice
  • Licorice-flavored seeds Anise
  • Grass-like herb used to top potatoes Chives
  • Laurel tree food flavoring Bay leaf
  • Chinese parsley or coriander leaves Cilantro
  • Italian sausage flavoring Fennel
  • Flavoring sold in cloves Garlic
  • Rye bread herb Caraway
  • Symbol of remembrance, needle shaped spice Rosemary
  • Source of digitalis Foxglove
  • Indian bitter orange spice Turmeric
  • Marjoram Oregano
  • Clam chowder spice Thyme
  • “Sweet” annual aromatic herb Basil
  • Spice and French Guiana capital Cayenne