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Crêpe: Quiz

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Question 1: In the United Kingdom, crêpes are traditionally eaten on ________, also known as "Pancake Day".
United StatesDoughnutPolandShrove Tuesday

Question 2: Cherry Kijafa Crepes are also often common and are made with a traditional crepe base, but filled with cherries simmered in a ________ wine sauce.
ZinfandelChardonnayFruit wineFermentation (wine)

Question 3: They are generally associated with the day preceding Lent because they were a way to use up rich foodstuffs such as eggs, milk, and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of ________.
JesusLentGreat LentEaster

Question 4: Crêpes are made by pouring a thin liquid batter onto a hot frying pan or flat circular hot plate, often with a trace of ________ on the pan's surface.
Olive oilSoybeanLardButter

Question 5: In France, crêpes are traditionally served on ________ (La Chandeleur), February 2.
EasterChristianityPresentation of Jesus at the TempleOrthodox Church

Question 6: Mille crêpe is a French ________ made of many crêpe layers.
ButterBreadCakeSponge cake

Question 7: Common savoury fillings for meal crêpes include: cheese, asparagus, ham, spinach, eggs, ratatouille, mushrooms, ________ (in certain regions), and various meat products.
ArtichokeDietary fiberCardoonReference Daily Intake

Question 8: A crêperie may be a takeaway restaurant or stall, serving crêpes as a form of ________ or street food, or may be a more formal sit-down restaurant or café.
RiceBreakfastMedieval cuisineFast food

Question 9: Crêpes are usually of two types: sweet crêpes (crêpes sucrées) made with wheat flour and slightly sweetened; and savoury galettes (crêpes salées) made with ________ flour and unsweetened.
BarleyRiceBuckwheatMaize

Question 10: In the Spanish regions of Galicia and ________ they are traditionally served at carnivals.
BoalOviedoCantabriaAsturias







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