Which type of potatoes are traditionally served with liver?
Mashed Click to see the answer
Food rationing began in the UK during which year of WW2?
A family or Martians advertised which potato product?
What type of food is dripping?
How many eggs per week was the limit per person during wartime rationing?
Which company invented Salad Cream in 1914?
A traditional British dessert is bread and what pudding?
Butter Click to see the answer
What was the first flavour of Angel Delight introduced in 1967?
What nuts are used in a Bakewell tart?
A cut called a 'crown' is a traditional way to serve which meat?
Veal is the meat of which young animal?
What berries are usually used to make Eton Mess?
A sauce made from which fruit was the typical accompaniment for pork?
On which day of the week was it traditional to have a 'roast' meal?
Peaches from which country were only available in tins during WW2?
What is another name for the food known as brawn?
Which grandma food is known as 'Jewish penicillin'?
Chicken noodle soup
What pudding is defined as 'a sweet opaque gelatinous dessert made with flavoured cornflour and milk'?
Which coin was traditionally added to a Christmas pudding?
What decorates the top of a traditional simnel cake?
Salad cream is made from the same ingredients as which other item, but in different proportions?
What type of food is a sprat?
Which salad vegetable is often served with salmon?
What gives Eton Mess its crunch?
Yorkshire pudding is usually served with which meat?
Which part of a turkey or chicken was traditionally used to make soup or gravy?
Which fruit was unknown in the UK during WW2?
Sauce or jelly made from which herb is traditionally served with lamb?
What puts the spots in spotted dick?
Carnation is a famous brand of which product?
What is added to evaporated milk to turn it into condensed milk?
Which company introduced Smash mashed potato in the 1960s?
Cadbury Click to see the answer
What type of fish is an Arbroath Smokie?
Stargazy pie is an old fashioned dish from which part of the UK?
What is the name of the company which makes the famous custard powder?
Tapioca is now beign used in which type of trendy tea?
Haslet is similar to which other dish?
Devilled eggs are made with which sort of cooked egg?
Hard boiled Click to see the answer
What sweet sauce is usually served with spotted dick?
What kind of jam is traditionally used in Manchester tart?
Cockles and winkles are which type of food?
Which powdered dessert was introduced in 1967?
Suet is dense fat which surrounds which organs in an animal?
Which liquid is rice cooked in to make rice pudding?
Porridge is made from which grain?
What is added to potatoes to make bubble and squeak?
Fish known as 'smokies' are associated with which Scottish town?
Arbroath Click to see the answer
Rollmops is which type of food?
Which organ was traditionally added to steak to bulk out a pie?
Haggis is traditionally made from which animal?
What type of large bird was eaten at Christmas time before turkey became popular?
Chitterlings are made from which part of an animal?
Caboc, Crowdie and Ayrshire Blue are which type of Scottish food?
What type of beef is traditionally cooked in a Wellington?
Which food is the edible stomach lining of a cow?
What gives black pudding its black color?
Blood Click to see the answer
A traditional rich fruit cake is named after which Scottish city?
What alcohol is traditionally added to a trifle?
Pie and mash is a dish traditionally associated with which UK city?
A cobbler is beef or fruit covered with which sort of topping?
Sausages from which part of England were traditionally curled into a spiral?
What is pease pudding made from?
What makes the bottom layer of a trifle?
Sponge and jelly
Posset is a dessert based on what?
Simnel cake is a traditional cake associated with which time of year?
What type of workman's lunch usually includes bread, cheese and pickle?
Which sweets tradiationally represented health, wealth, fertility, happiness and long life?
Fat Rascals are a type of scone from which part of the UK?
A dessert called flummery became popular in the UK in which century?
Trifle is the traditional end to which meal?
Jellied eels is a dish most associated with which city?
Which root vegetable was traditionally pickled and eaten with salad?
For which part of a meal would you eat junket?
Faggots are a traditional large meatball associated with which part of the UK?
A hotpot dish of meat with carrots, onions and potatoes is associated with which county?
What meat is used in a shepherd's pie?
Lamb Click to see the answer
Champ is made by combining potatoes with which green vegetable?
The Scottish cake called Black Bun is traditionally eaten at which time of year?
Potted shrimps are typical of which seaside town?
Tapioca originates in which part of the world?
Carlins are also known as which color of pea?
The pasty was a dish associated with which county?
Cornwall Click to see the answer
Boxty is an old-fashioned Irish dish based on which vegetable?
What girl's name is in the traditional pudding of apples covered with sponge?
The dish of haslet is usually made with which meat?
Dulse is a traditional food made from what?
What dessert is sweetened and flavoured curds of milk?
What type of sauce was used in dishes described as 'devilled'?
What type of pastry is most commonly used to make a Cornish pasty?
Which fish is usually pickled and rolled up to make rollmops?
Devilled kidneys were traditionally served at which meal?
What type of fish was used to make a stargazy pie?
What was an adult's weekly sugar ration during WW2?
Which part of a fish is the roe?
Kippers were traditionally served at which meal?
At which meal of the day would you traditionally eat an Ulster Fry?
What type of pastry would you use in a Bakewell tart?
Bara Brith is a traditional fruit loaf from which part of the UK?
The Bath Chap is a traditional cut of which meat?
During WW2, children received which percentage of the adult ration?