Mouth-watering reads: Take our food in literature quiz!

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Who doesn't love to eat? Giant banquets, cozy teas, unusual snacks, exotic recipes, and romantic repasts have played important parts in the legacy of the written word worldwide. But how well do you know the famous food scenes in literature? Grab a plate and enjoy the Monitor's scrumptious literary food quiz!

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1. In C.S. Lewis's 'The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,' for what food does Edmund betray his siblings?

Turkish Delight is a combination of starch and sugar with a gel-like consistency, usually flavored with rosewater, lemon, or Bergamot orange. Often, the candies come with nuts or dates suspended in the gel.

Turkish Delight is a combination of starch and sugar with a gel-like consistency, usually flavored with rosewater, lemon, or Bergamot orange. Often, the candies come with nuts or dates suspended in the gel.

Turkish Delight is a combination of starch and sugar with a gel-like consistency, usually flavored with rosewater, lemon, or Bergamot orange. Often, the candies come with nuts or dates suspended in the gel.

Turkish Delight is a combination of starch and sugar with a gel-like consistency, usually flavored with rosewater, lemon, or Bergamot orange. Often, the candies come with nuts or dates suspended in the gel.

Belgian Waffles

 

Turkish Delight

 

American Cheeseburger

 

Soup

 
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