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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Simple 6th Grade Test Quiz 3

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. Get excited pasta fans, here’s your first dish of the day. Made with pancetta, egg and pecorino cheese, what do you call this simple pasta favourite?



Options:-
Carbonara
Alphabetti spaghetti
Puttanesca
Pomodoro


Q 2. Nice start, but how about the way you serve pasta. What do you call pasta that is still a little firm when served?



Options:-
Al dente
Al Pacino
Al donte
Al donnatello

Q 3. Are you getting hungry yet? Tell us, which Italian city gave us this delectable dish?



Options:-
Florence
Rome
Bologna
Naples

Q 4. Ravioli are, to many pasta lovers, little pillows of utter joy. But which of these is not a traditional ingredient in Roman ravioli?



Options:-
Spring onion
Spinach
Nutmeg
Ricotta cheese

Q 5. So far so good, but where do you sit on linguini? Tell us, please, what do you call a thinner version of linguine?



Options:-
Linguiniluigi
Linguiteeny
Linguimini
Linguettine

Q 6. You’ll no doubt recognize this absolute pasta favorite, but did you know there are different versions all over Italy? Which of these is not one of them?



Options:-
Lasagne Corsicana
Lasagne al forno
Lasagne imbottite
Lasagne di carnevale

Q 7. Pasta pesto is a dish sent from the Gods, particularly for many struggling students on their first stint away from home. Where did pesto originate?



Options:-
Rome
Arezzo
Florence
Genoa

Q 8. Spaghetti grows on trees! Or so a certain reputable broadcasting company would have you believe. Which of these studios broadcast spaghetti being harvested from trees in 1957 as an April Fool’s joke?



Options:-
BBC
CNN
FOX
ABC

Q 9. This distinctive pasta variety originated in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna. What does its rather ecclesiastical-flavored name mean in English?



Options:-
Priest-pleaser
Priest-pasta
Priest-choker
Priest-popper

Q 10. Behold one of the rarest pastas on earth, with only a handful of locals who still know the precise technique involved in making it. Which island would you visit to find them?



Options:-
Sardinia
Siciliy
Panarea
Elba

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