Are you hot stuff or just cold leftovers? Find out in our food and travel quizathon
A francesinha (frenchie) is a speciality of Porto, Portugal (pictured), but what is it?
A crisp, almond-flavoured biscuit for dipping in a fortified wine
A meat-free version of a croque monsieur, with grilled cheese and a fried egg
A hot sandwich filled with ham, sausage, cheese and steak
A long loaf of bread, like a sourdough baguette
Eating sushi in its homeland is a highlight of a trip to Japan, but which of these is a vital ingredient in sushi?
“Spice bag” – a mix of chips, chicken, red and green peppers, chilli and onions – was voted 2020’s favourite takeaway dish in which country?
Warming, spicy goulash is the national dish of Hungary, but which of these ingredients was not in the original medieval recipe?
All of the above
Bobotie, a dish of minced meat, spices and dried fruit with a baked-egg topping, is a national dish of which country?
Roti canai, flatbreads with spicy dal, originated in India, but which country has particularly taken them to its heart?
Pastilla, the Moroccan filo pastry pie, is traditionally made with which meat?
It can look a little like carpet underlay, but injera bread is perfect for scooping up spicy stew and vegetables in which country?
Traditional French pot-au-feu is usually made with which meat?
It sounds like something to do with car maintenance, but “oil down” – another stew, this time of chicken, breadfruit, dumplings and turmeric – is the national dish of which country, also knows as the Spice Isle?
A future pleasure might be strolling around a Greek island harbour devouring a gyro from a stall. What sort of street food is it?
A doner kebab
Now as popular as pizza in Russia and neighbouring states, cheesy khachapuri bread comes from which country?
The gloriously named larb is a dish of cold minced meat, but where does it come from?
The popular British Cornish pasty bears a striking resemblance to the national dish of which country?
Which of Italy’s popular pasta shapes does not feature in the photo below?
Ackee and saltfish is enjoyed all over Jamaica, but what is ackee?
A fruit related to the lychee
A root vegetable, like a starchy turnip
A sour berry grown on the island’s high-altitude slopes
A hard grain cooked to a pulp then fried
Fettuccine alla papalina is the national dish of which diminutive nation state?
Smelling so strong it can make the unwary gag, hakarl is months-old fermented shark meat from which country?
Poutine – chips with cheese curds and gravy – is a trending junk-food option. But where does it come from?
Which of these ingredients is not regularly used in popular Peruvian dish ceviche?
Thinly sliced rare beef
16 and above.
How many holidays have you cancelled this year?
11 and above.
Good show – time to explore a few more exotic takeaways perhaps?
0 and above.
How long have you been in lockdown?
6 and above.
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