Saturday, February 4, 2012
February 4, 2012: Leftovers at the Office and a Quiz
Back at the "big house" rescuing people from either ailments or their attempts to be listed in the Darwin Awards!
Tonight, I decided to bring the leftovers of two meals earlier in the week: Shotgun Willie Chili and the kitchen sink salad I had last night. I have to say, they still tasted good.
Rusty Webb (the Blutonian Death Egg) and I have had a little commentary about what a delicious and diverse food chili is. So I think tonight's quiz will have to be What Do You Know about Chili Really?
In the 1800s, what US city already had food carts selling chili?
A. Laredo, Texas
B. Denver, Colorado
C. St. Augustine, Florida
D. San Antonio, Texas
E. New Orlean, Louisiana
Which US city has as many chili outlets as McDonalds?
A. Dallas, Texas
B. Houston, Texas
C. Cincinnati, Ohio
D. Tampa, Florida
E. San Diego, California
Which villian refused to rob a bank in a Texas because his favorite chili parlor was there?
A. Jesse James
B. Wild Bill Hickok
C. John Dillinger
D. Billy the Kid
E. Clyde Barrow
How many pounds of chili does Bush Brothers produce per year?
A. 8 tons
B. 20 tons
C. 5 million
D. 40 million
E. 55 million
Terlingua, Texas held the first chili cookoff ever in 1967. What else was Terlingua Texas known for?
A. Biggest tarantula spider in Guinness Book of World Records
B. Famous photo by Ansel Adams
C. Mercury mining
D. Birthplace of Lyndon B. Johnson's mother.
E. First outpost of the law enforcement group, the Texas Rangers.
Answer: C for Cincinnati
Apparently, they wanted to be able to come back to McKinney, Texas and enjoy the spicy stew.
Hope this inspires you to go out and get a scrumptious bowl of chili!