# Book Fair Diner Trivia Challenge

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Can you answer any of these food trivia questions? You might find some of the answers at our Book Fair March 8th thru March 12th!

• 1.

### The biggest hamburger ever served weighed ____ pounds.  It was cooked in 2001 at the Burger Fest in Seymour, Wisconsin.

• A.

1,286

• B.

8,266

• C.

6,118

• D.

4,792

B. 8,266
Explanation
In 2001, at the Burger Fest in Seymour, Wisconsin, the biggest hamburger ever served weighed 8,266 pounds.

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• 2.

### The world's largest omelette was made in 2002 in Brockville, Canada.  It weighed ____ pounds.

• A.

6,510

• B.

2,112

• C.

5,734

• D.

7,628

A. 6,510
Explanation
The correct answer is 6,510. The question states that the world's largest omelette was made in 2002 in Brockville, Canada. The weight of this omelette is given as 6,510 pounds.

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• 3.

### On average, Americans eat about _____ pounds of french fries per person each year.

• A.

27

• B.

23

• C.

48

• D.

16

D. 16
Explanation
Americans eat about 16 pounds of french fries per person each year on average. This indicates that french fries are a popular food choice in the United States, with a significant consumption rate. The given answer of 16 aligns with this information and is the correct answer.

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• 4.

### The official state pie of Vermont is _____.

• A.

Cream Cheese

• B.

Cherry

• C.

Pecan

• D.

Apple

D. Apple
Explanation
The official state pie of Vermont is Apple because Vermont is known for its apple orchards and apple production. The state has a long history of apple cultivation, and apples are a prominent part of Vermont's agricultural industry. Additionally, apple pie is a classic American dessert, and Vermont's official state pie is a representation of its cultural heritage and agricultural traditions.

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• 5.

### The World's Largest Milkshake was _____ gallons and was created by the Comfort Diner in New York City.

• A.

6,000

• B.

600

• C.

1,600

• D.

60,000

A. 6,000
Explanation
The Comfort Diner in New York City created the world's largest milkshake, which contained 6,000 gallons.

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• 6.

### The world's longest hot dog was made in Chicago and measured _____.

• A.

6 feet, 4 inches

• B.

12 feet, 0 inches

• C.

16 feet, 1 inch

• D.

22 feet, 10 inches

C. 16 feet, 1 inch
Explanation
The correct answer is 16 feet, 1 inch. This answer states that the world's longest hot dog was made in Chicago and measured 16 feet, 1 inch.

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• 7.

### __________ is home to more than 600 diners and the state is often referred to as the "Diner Capital of the World".

• A.

Ohio

• B.

New Jersey

• C.

Pennsylvania

• D.

California

B. New Jersey
Explanation
New Jersey is home to more than 600 diners and is often referred to as the "Diner Capital of the World". This suggests that New Jersey has a significant number of diners, more than any other state mentioned. This title highlights the state's reputation and popularity for its diner culture, making it the correct answer.

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• 8.

### Americans eat ______ grilled cheese sandwiches each year.

• A.

696,000,000

• B.

21,000,000

• C.

2,200,000,000

• D.

421,000,000

C. 2,200,000,000
Explanation
Americans eat 2,200,000,000 grilled cheese sandwiches each year. This answer is derived from the given options, and it is the highest number listed. It suggests that Americans consume a significant amount of grilled cheese sandwiches annually, indicating the popularity and widespread consumption of this particular food item in the United States.

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• 9.

### Springfield, Massachusetts, hosted the World's Largest Pancake Breakfast in 1999 by serving _____ pancakes, enough to make a 2-mile high pancake stack!

• A.

56,348

• B.

82,019

• C.

67,125

• D.

71,233

D. 71,233
Explanation
In 1999, Springfield, Massachusetts, hosted the World's Largest Pancake Breakfast by serving 71,233 pancakes. This number of pancakes would be enough to make a 2-mile high pancake stack.

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• 10.

### It is against the law to eat chicken with a fork in Gainesville, Georgia, which is known as the "Chicken Capital of the World".

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is true because it is against the law to eat chicken with a fork in Gainesville, Georgia. This law may have been put in place to preserve the cultural heritage and tradition of eating chicken with one's hands in Gainesville, which is known as the "Chicken Capital of the World". By prohibiting the use of forks, the law aims to encourage locals and visitors to fully immerse themselves in the local culinary experience and enjoy chicken the traditional way.

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