Can you put baking soda in a cake? How to deglaze? What is kimchi? And lots of other questions to show everyone that you're not a potato.
Where does kouign aman come from? What grain was grown at Machu Picchu? What did Americans eat for breakfast in 1800? Questions for anyone who eats sushi with chopsticks (we didn't say anything about the sweet sauce, though).
What is Chef Etchebest's first name? What is the nickname of the Michelin Guide? What does MOF stand for? For food lovers whose favorite Disney movie is Ratatouille, but also for those who hate Cauchemar en cuisine.
What's the main ingredient in croziflette? What do we serve tea with in England? Where does the recipe for poké come from? You don't need to have been around the world to salivate, you'll easily be able to put your opponents to shame.
What does red jelly beans taste like? White chocolate is not chocolate, true or false? What's the name of the Breton speciality made with butter and sugar? These questions are for those who look at the desserts first on the menu, or those who don't go to the cinema without stopping by the sweets stand.
Do peanuts grow underground? How is the world's most expensive coffee harvested? How many flowers must a bee gather to produce 1kg of honey? What does it mean to have a crayfish in the wind? For those of you who are always looking for the perfect anecdote to add to your story, and like to make a splash with useless information.