The Kitchen and You: What do you know about cooking?
Besides being an almost-essential task for living, cooking is a fun hobby for many people. So how much do you know about the facts, figures and history of food and cooking? Get yourself a snack, take our quiz and find out!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently did away with its pyramid-shaped guide to healthy eating. What shape is the new guide?
According to new U.S. Department of Agriculture's MyPlate guidelines, how much of your plate should be fruits and vegetables?
Lots of people learn to cook in their school's home economics class. In what year was the term "home economics" first coined?
Julia Child is widely credited as having introduced French cooking to the American public -- and making it easy and fun. What Julia Child-related artifact can be seen at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History?
her favorite ladle
her whole kitchen
TV dinners were created to provide easy at-home meals for those who preferred not to cook. What company trademarked the "TV dinner" moniker?
What is the best-selling cookbook of all time?
Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book
Joy of Cooking
Betty Crocker's Cookbook
How many pounds of chicken did the average American consume in 2007?
What nation brought stroganoff to the world?
"Casserole" is the French word for what?
In what city was McCormick Spices founded?
The current record-holder for the world's largest omelet weighed ______.
Should dry and wet ingredients be measured in the same containers?
It doesn't matter.
What does the gold medal seal on Campbell's Soup cans represent?
the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval
a commemoration of their one billionth can of soup
an excellence award from the World's Fair
Which U.S. state produces more pork than any other?
What kitchen appliance did Herbert Johnston invent?
Which of the following products was introduced first?
Heinz Tomato Ketchup
Stove Top Stuffing
What celebrity chef had originally planned to play professional sports?
Which supermarket chain is the largest in the United States?
What's the proper temperature for a cooked turkey?
165 degrees Fahrenheit
185 degrees Fahrenheit
205 degrees Fahrenheit
When making yeast bread, how long does the first rise usually take?