From Tiny Burgers to Little Wings: The Ultimate Finger Foods Quiz
What's better than a full-size meal? Lots of itty-bitty portions! Do you know everything there is to know about finger foods?
What food is supposed to be eaten with your fingers, but often isn't?
- french fries
- chocolate bars
True or false: Hors d'oeuvres and canapés qualify as finger foods.
Where did buffalo wings originate?
- Buffalo, Turkey
- Buffalo, N.Y.
- Atlanta, Ga.
Which of these cooking methods is not appropriate to prepare buffalo wings?
What type of finger food is easily prepared in miniature muffin tins?
- mini quiche
- mini hot dogs
If finances are an issue, which of the following is the smartest way to serve guests at a party?
- sit-down dinner
- finger foods
- open bar
True or false: Finger foods contain fewer calories than their full-sized counterparts.
- It's about the same.
Which restaurant popularized sliders in the 1920s?
- White Castle
How many ounces of meat are in the average slider?
True or false: Buffalo wings are made from actual buffalo.
- They're a combo of buffalo and ostrich meat.
Which dessert is especially easy to make as a finger food?
- ice cream sundae
What toppings can you put on a personal pizza?
- cheese, sauce and pepperoni
- eggs, anchovies, pineapple and sausage
- all of the above
What fabulous finger food requires only eggs, mustard and mayonnaise in its simplest incarnation?
- deviled eggs
- scrambled eggs
Tiny hot dogs wrapped in crescent rolls are commonly known as "pigs in a ______."
- bread roll
Which of these cuisines have entire restaurants devoted to bite-size foods?
English tea sandwiches often incorporate which of the following ingredients?
- smoked salmon
- both of the above
What type of finger foods can be eaten raw, just as they are?
- sliced fruits
- sliced vegetables
- both of the above
What finger food entrée can be delicious but oh-so-frustrating at the same time?
- mini tacos
True or false: Tarts must include a crust.
- What's a tart?
What dish is possibly the messiest to fall under the "finger food" category?