Fact Frenzy: How well do you know your Minnesota food?

Hungry for trivia action? For this round of Fact Frenzy, we've got six questions about classic Minnesota cuisine to test your local food IQ.

Fact Frenzy: How well do you know your Minnesota food?

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Fact Frenzy, Minnesota Food Edition

1. What’s the key ingredient in traditional lutefisk?
Pickle juice
Lye (CORRECT)
Iodine
Citric acid

2. Which “signature Minnesota dish” was promoted by the New York Times in 2014, but widely mocked by actual Minnesotans?
Pretzel hot dish
Grape salad (CORRECT)
Walleye ceviche
Jell-O salad

3. Which two Minnesota restaurants claim to have invented the Jucy Lucy?
Blue Door and Matts
Matt’s and the 5.8 Club (CORRECT)
The Nook and the 5.8 Club
Matt’s and the Nook

4. In what year did Spam debut?
1918
1937 (CORRECT)
1942
1946

5. How tall is Minnesota’s iconic Green Giant statue?
38 feet
55 feet (CORRECT)
72 feet
102 feet

6. How did Land O’Lakes Inc. get its name?
When the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Association picked it out in a raffle
In a contest that offered $500 in gold as the prize (CORRECT)
By accident when a worker dropped sweet cream butter in a lake
During a visit of a creamery by Gov. J.A.O. Preus