People sit down to snack on strange food combinations all the time ... like chocolate and french fries or pretzels and ice cream. But in a way, these unusual combos aren't all that odd -- they satisfy the cravings we get for salty and sweet. Chefs have invented some even more unexpected flavor combinations. Take this quiz for some flavor inspiration!
Question 1 of 10
A candy company named after an English philosopher has found a niche for itself by adding what ingredient to its sweets?
Question 2 of 10
Restaurant owner and former TV show contestant Richard Blais is known for his innovative cooking techniques. What unusual flavor does he have on his milkshake menu?
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Hot dogs are synonymous with beer and baseball games. What wine works well with this inexpensive summertime staple?
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Chocolate can cover pretty much anything and taste great. According to the LA Times, cutting edge pastry chefs are incorporating what Japanese ingredient in their chocolate?
Question 5 of 10
Chocolate, caramel and cinnamon are all common coffee additions. In Taiwan, what other ingredient is used to make coffee delicious?
Question 6 of 10
An ice cream shop in Los Angeles combines what expensive ingredient with rosewater to make an innovative ice cream?
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Spice company McCormick predicts this flavor combination will be popular in 2009:
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Pret A Manger, a New York City and London based company, created the Coronation Chicken sandwich to pack sweet and savory together for on-the-go customers. Aside from chicken salad, what other ingredient goes into this sandwich?
Question 9 of 10
GSB Flavor Creators designs -- you guessed it -- new flavors. What nut and beer combination does the company say will be a hit?
Question 10 of 10