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  1. In 1990 the beloved chocolate bar was renamed Snickers What was it originally called?
  2. Name the British soul band fronted by Errol Brown?
  3. Which fictional candyman created lickable wallpaper and everlasting gobstoppers?
  4. In 2010 which British brand was taken over by Kraft?
  5. When eaten, chocolate increases the levels of endorphins released into the brain What do endorphins do?
  6. Who have been selling “Chocolate Heaven Since 1911
  7. Which Bristol company first produced chocolate in solid state bars in 1847
  8. Which chocolate bar was first manufactured in 1932 in Slough, England?
  9. How many segments are there in a Terry’s Chocolate Orange?
  10. Which chocolate bar is “Full of Eastern Promise”?
  11. What ingredient gives green pasta its colour?
  12. Crimini, enoki and morel are types of what?
  13. What is added to the French dish croque monsieur to turn it into a croque madame?
  14. What is the name of the Michelin-starred restaurant owned by British Chef Heston Blumenthal?
  15. Which TV Chef has five children whose names include Buddy Bear Maurice and River Rocket?
  16. What would you be eating if you were served Bombay Duck?
  17. What is freekah made from?
  18. Craig Johnston became the youngest chef to win which competition in 2018?
  19. Which sweet was invented by Mars and Murrie in 1941?
  20. What kind of animal does chevon and cabrito come from?
  21. What is the main ingredient in an Omelette?
  22. Which Animal does Venison come from?
  23. Which garden herb is made into a sauce, often eaten with lamb?
  24. In which Country did the word ‘Biscuit’ originate?
  25. What is traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday?
  26. What is another name for French Fries?
  27. What is a slice of bacon called?
  28. Which edible sugary substance do bees make?
  29. What is done to an herring to make it into a kipper?
  30. Which vegetable can be King Edward or Desiree?
  31. Name the creamy Greek Dip made from Cod’s Roe?
  32. Saki is a drink originating from which Country?
  33. Name the two main ingredients that make up the cocktail a ‘Bloody Mary’?
  34. Which famous TV Cook is the author of the bestselling book entitled ‘How to be a Domestic Goddess’?
  35. What sauce is traditionally served with Roast Beef?
  36. Mother’s Ruin is a name associated with which alcoholic beverage?
  37. Moussaka is made with which exotic vegetable?
  38. When would you celebrate Thanksgiving?
  39. What is traditionally eaten at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships?
  40. The name of the recipe made with ice cream, sponge cake and meringue is?
  41. Which herb is used to make a classic pesto?
  42. What type of food are Bear’s Head, Black Trumpet and Chicken-of-the-Woods?
  43. Which vegetable is sometimes called ladies fingers?
  44. Which English County is home to the lamb and potato dish known as hotpot?
  45. Which fish is traditionally an ingredient of a Caesar Salad?
  46. Which fruit has varieties including Bartlett and Conference?
  47. In which European Country did the dish known as fondue originate?
  48. What does the Arabic word ‘Hummus’ mean?
  49. Which spirit goes into a Piña Colada, along with Pineapple and Coconut?
  50. What is usually the main ingredient of a borscht soup?
  51. What are the real names of the Hairy Bikers?
  52. In ‘Alice In Wonderland’, does the ‘Drink Me’ potion make Alice grow or shrink?
  53. In food science, what do the initials GM stand for?
  54. Name the Benedictine monk who invented Champagne?
  55. In 2017, professional speed eater Miki Sudo won an eating contest by eating how many hot dogs?
  56. In relation to ale, what do the letters SG stand for?
  57. Anya, Desiree and Charlotte are all types of what?
  58. Which soft drink brand sponsors Wimbledon?
  59. What is the name of the Rolling Stones seventh album?
  60. What is the name of Beyonce’s 2016 number one album?


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  5. Lessen pain and decrease stress
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  32. Japan
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  38. The fourth Thursday in November
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  40. Baked Alaska
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  42. Mushrooms
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