Jewish Food QuizIn Jewish life, food takes on all sorts of roles--traditional, social, and spiritual. Jewish cuisine evolved over centuries, in dialogue with local cultures and conditions. How much do you know about Jewish foods and their history?
Question 1. Jewish style fried artichokes originate from
Question 2. Sabich, a popular Israeli food made with eggplant, egg, and hummus, originated in
Question 3. The main ingredients of hummus are
Question 4. The Torah mentions seven special species of food native to the Land of Israel. Which of the following is not one of the seven?
Question 5. "Jewish foods," such as bagels, knishes, and borscht originate from
The Middle East
Question 6. According to food historian Jennifer Berg, throughout the 20th century Jewish holiday meals and catered affairs such as Bar Mitzvahs and weddings were "all about quantity." This means:
That the variety of food represents numerous different cultures
The portions are much larger than they used to be
It's all about how many food sculptures you have at one event
Events have as many Jewish produced foods at one event as possible
Question 7. The customary vacation area of New York Jews in the 20th century is nicknamed after which soup?
Matzah ball soup
Broccoli cheese soup