Eat-Q Test: Food and Film

Find out how much you know about food on the silver screen.

1. Pixar asked several chefs to voice various characters in Ratatouille. Which chef did not voice a character in the film?

A. Thomas Keller
B. Guy Savoy
C. Heston Blumenthal
D. Ferran Adrià

2. What was the name of the fictional restaurant run by the brothers in Big Night?

A. Escape
B. Bliss
C. Delight
D. Paradise

3. What food substance was used to simulate blood in the famous shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho?

A. Soy sauce
B. Hershey's chocolate syrup
C. Ketchup
D. Red food coloring

4. In the cooking school scene in Sabrina, the instructor likens a guillotine to:

A. Cracking an egg
B. Dicing onions
C. Julienning carrots
D. Chopping beef for tartare

5. The famously long tracking shot in Goodfellas traveled through the kitchen of which New York City nightclub?

A. The Stork Club
B. The 21 Club
C. The Rainbow Room
D. The Copacabana

6. In Moonstruck, how does Nicolas Cage's character, Ronny, like his steak?

A. Rare
B. Medium rare
C. Medium
D. Well done

7. Which food does Julie leave in the Smithsonian's recreation of Julia Child's kitchen in Julie & Julia?

A. Eggs
B. A slice of chocolate cake
C. Butter
D. A cream puff

8. Julia Roberts played a food critic in My Best Friend's Wedding. Which JBF Award winner had a cameo in the film?

A. Alfred Portale
B. Charlie Trotter
C. Wolfgang Puck
D. Jeremiah Tower

9. In The Apartment, Jack Lemmon's character uses this to strain spaghetti:

A. A tennis racket
B. A coffee filter
C. A washboard
D. A wicker basket

10. The Nathan's Famous hot dog stand is seen in a flashback in which Woody Allen movie?

A. Manhattan
B. Annie Hall
C. Sleeper
D. Love and Death

Get the answers and your Eat-Q score.