• Ah, food. It is one of my beliefs that an appreciation of the different cuisines around the world fosters greater understanding amongst people. OK, enough pseudo-intellectual cultural babble from me. Whether you eat to live, or live to eat, doesn't matter in doing this test. It's supposed to entertain (if you like taking tests, that is) and more importantly to inform. Oh, it might just give you an idea or two on where to take your next date for dinner. :-) I have tried my best to be fair with this test, so I divided up the test into several sections:
    • The Americas (North, Central, South, Caribbean)
    • Europe
    • Middle East and Africa
    • Asia-Pacific
    Of course, I can't be truly unbiased so the questions are bound to be coloured by my personal preferences.

    Oh, this is also a three variable test. The first variable is "foodiness" measuring how many answers you gave correctly. The second and third variables are "dummy variables" and should only give you a score of 0 or 1. The second variable measures whether you "eat to live" or "live to eat", and the third variable measures if you are vegetarian/vegan or not.

    Scoring is simple throughout. 2 points for the right answer, -1 point for the wrong answer, and 0 points for an answer left blank.