What Do You Know About BREAD?
Acid Oil Salt Eggs This round bread that looks like a squished up ball, is known as... he word "boule" comes from the French word for "ball." Boule Baguette Pita Sourdough Self-rising flour is made of flour, salt, and...
What Do You Know About Pasta?
You only need two ingredients to make pasta dough: Flour made from coarsely ground durum wheat, and water. flour and water flour, water and eggs flour, water and olive oil flour, water and virgin oil Which pasta shape is shown here?
Which Came First?
There is about a 500 years difference, roughly - 2500BC vs 3000BC Sphinx of Giza Stonehenge Fresco painting or Oil painting? While frescos have been found as old as 4000 years or more, oil paintings started appearing around the 7th century AD.
How Good is Your Verbal Logic?
The sequence is Charlotte-Brandon-Noah-Oliver-Ben-Emma Only Brandon Only Charlotte Ben and Emma Ben and Oliver If gangro symbolises the opposite of gengro, what does “Ern gangro yatju” mean?
This Test Is INCREDIBLY HARD If You're Not a Baby Boomer
Flintstones Vitamins The Buttmaster Spaghetti Wonder Bread Orange Juice Milk Cod Liver Oil Before he was Muhammed Ali, he was... Muhammad Ali, the greatest of American fighters, was born Cassius Clay Jr. to a Methodist father and Baptist mother.
Are You a True Baby Boomer?
Flintstones vitamins The Buttmaster Spaghetti Wonder Bread Orange Juice Milk Cod Liver Oil Before he was Muhammed Ali, he was... Muhammad Ali, the greatest of American fighters, was born Cassius Clay Jr. to a Methodist father and Baptist mother.
Can You Identify the Classic Book?
By Charles Dickens, 1841 Great Expectations Oliver Twist David Copperfield Hard Times The story of Josef K., a man arrested and prosecuted by a remote, inaccessible authority, with the nature of his crime revealed neither to him nor to the reader.
Test Your Knowledge With Our General Science Quiz!
Willow tree bark Oak tree bark Pineapple Oil Blueberry Oil What causes a black hole? The collapse of a star A collision between galaxies It's a scientific mystery It's the last step before it becomes a sun What three colors is human vision based on?
How Good Are You in the Kitchen? Find Out Here...
Vegetable oil Milk Sugar How many tablespoons are in a cup? 4 8 16 12 What's the difference between a convection oven and a conventional oven? A convection oven uses a fan. A convection oven has a broiler setting. A convection oven uses microwaves to cook food.
Which Famous Author IS It?
Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist is one of the most famous literary characters in the world as well as his famous question: "Please sir, may I have some more?"
Are You Ready to Pursue That Trivia?!?
Steam Electricity Coal Oil What is the name of the main body of an aircraft, where passengers are seated? Fuselage Tail Fin Cabin Which country was name after the Greek word for COPPER? Cyprus Greece Italy Malta What is the chemical formula for Table Salt?
Do You Know Enough History for This Quiz?
Water Coal Oil Wheat Which global computer company was founded in 1975? Microsoft Apple Google Dell Who became the first female Prime Minister of the UK in 1979? Golda Meir Margaret Thatcher Kim Campbell Princess Diana Which birth control contraceptive was first introduced in 1960?
Can You Define These Beautiful Words?
Getting used to something bad Blessing a person with oil Another word for inoculation What does the word LANGUOR mean? Being tired in a pleasant way A person who traces back language Being close to death What does the word PANACEA mean?
Do You Know a Bit of Physics?
Water Soy Oil Pure Alcohol Human Blood If my weight is 300 pounds and I walk on the moon, what will be my weight there? The moon's gravity is 1/6 of Earth's hence our weight would be 1/6 of our weight on Earth.
How Well Do You Know the Wild West?
Oil Gold Silver Diamonds What territory included the wild west territories? Texas and Nevada Nevada and California Nevada and Alaska All land west of the Mississippi river How many people, more or less, took to the famous Oregon trail on their journey west?
What Did This USED To Be Called?
Bane Pimpim Virgin-oil Slapdash An old name for a dagger that is used for stabbing. Dirk Bayonet Scimitar Hook What did they used to call a kiss? Buss Lossigossi Glossicity Busbodakae An old name for a hunchback person. Crookback Awkardback Bramback Godstruck A name for an old, unassuming car...
Are You Good At Phrases? Find Out In This Quiz
Will not see Close their eyes Daydream Don't think things through Walk in darkness Watch television Don't bring enough lamp oil Lose their glasses There's no fool like _____. The definite origin of this phrase appears to be lost.
Phrases Are Everywhere, But How Many Do You Know?