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Mustard 101: Progressive Pop Quiz
There are 15 questions below, each with four possible answers. But beware: the questions get progressively more difficult. Good luck!
1. The bright yellow color of classic American yellow mustard comes from
Yellow dye #2
Ground up crayons
2. The city in France most famous for mustard is
3. "What say you to a piece of beef and mustard?" is a line from which play by William Shakespeare?
Romeo and Juliet
As You Like It
Harold and Maude
Taming of the Shrew
4. France's Louis XI never traveled without the royal mustard pot, for fear he might be served inferior mustard. What else was Louis XI known for?
Inventor of French toast
His marriage to Phyllis of Navarre
First French monarch to eat snails
5. The famous mustard Grey Poupon is so named because in French "Grey Poupon"
means "affordable elegance"
means "flaming condiment"
are the names of its founders
means "Let's party!"
6. French's Mustard was once headquartered at One Mustard Street in what city?
7. The world's largest exporter of mustard seed for condiment use is
8. How many mustard seeds are in a pound?
9. "Why don't you invite him in if he's so much to the mustard?" comes from a short story by which writer?
Edgar Allen Poe
10. Mustard "chuckers" used mustard in their profession of
11. The Beatles song "Mean Mr. Mustard" is on which album?
The White Album
12. Mag ik alstublief de mosterd is Dutch for what common expression?
"We make great mustard."
"He sure can cut the mustard."
"Please pass the mustard."
"Make us believe in mustard!"
13. Which of the following is NOT a botanical term for mustard?
14. Which of the following is NOT a variety of brown mustard seed?
15. In what film does young Aaron Kurlander boast that he advised Charles Lindbergh to take with him a cheese sandwich with mustard?
The Spirit of St. Louis
King of the Hill
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Mrs. Mustard's Kitchen
The Curator's Curiosities
America's Favorite Condiment Museum
The Proper Mustard Newsletter
National Mustard Museum