Foods that start with A

Quiz by Brickster
Last updated: March 16, 2013
First submittedMay 26, 2012
Times taken2,094
Average score46.7%
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A small, soft, orange colored fruit
The flowerbud of a certain thistle usually boiled in water until tender
A plant related to fennel or celery that produces a seed used for cooking
A type of beer with a bitter flavor and higher alcoholic content.
A common, small, saltwater fish used in sauces
Also called an alligator pear
A thin type of pasta
angel hair
A sauce akin to mayonnaise
A crumbly cheese a lot like parmesan
The nut of the tree P. Dulcis
A perrenial forage cut as hay with certaian medical uses
A sweetened puree of the fruit of the tree Malus Domestica
apple sauce
A long, woody stalk whose new buds are eaten
A leaf vegetable like lettuce used for edible garnish
A name for small, edible sea snails
Level 78
May 16, 2012
I'm taking this stupid test drinking a Sam Adams and I missed ale.
Level 24
May 22, 2012
Avocado is spelled incorrectly. Fun quiz Brickster!
Level 9
Nov 14, 2015
umm. no it's not.
Level 78
Jun 14, 2012
Had no idea abalone were a type of snail! Learn something new every day!
Level 67
Jan 17, 2013
I don't know why the quiz creator would describe them as "small," though.
Level 62
Jul 6, 2018
I was flumoxed by that too.
Level 67
Jan 17, 2013
Ale isn't a "darker, more bitter version of beer." It's beer that is fermented with ale yeast, that floats on top, and not lager yeast, which sits at the bottom. Bitterness comes from hops, darkness from the malt used.
Level ∞
Jan 19, 2013
According to the internet and my beer-brewing friend, the quiz is much closer to the truth than your definition.
Level 62
Jun 5, 2017
Your beer brewing friend is clearly not that smart. The main difference between an ale and lager is the type of yeast, which is divided into top fermenting and bottom fermenting varieties.
Level 73
Mar 21, 2014
The abalone that I've seen (caught wild) are not at all small. They are 20-30 cm in diameter and weigh a couple of kilos at least.
Level 71
Sep 14, 2015
The Abalone that divers bring up here in South Australia are about 5 to 6 inches across and about 2 inches deep, that is the shell, the meat of the shell is considerably less. I don't think they get much bigger than that.
Level 81
May 17, 2014
A better hint for arugula than the one claiming it's bitter. Maybe I got it now cause I recently took the other quiz and was reminded of it.