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Can you pick the correct food item to complete each commonly used food idiom?
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You're comparing apples to _____.
Don't put all your _____ in one basket.
One bad _____ spoils the whole bunch.
A spoonful of _____ helps the medicine go down.
Wake up and smell the _____.
When life gives you lemons, make _____.
She had a _____ and cream complexion.
The surrounding terrain was flat as a _____.
You can't squeeze blood from a _____.
He was cool as a _____.
He's a hard _____ to crack.
Doing minefield quizzes is not my cup of _____.
Life is just a bowl of _____.
You can't have your _____ and eat it too.
That's the way the _____ crumbles.
Take that with a grain of _____.
It's the best thing since sliced _____.
He had other _____ to fry.
He was as nutty as a _____.
It was like taking _____ from a baby.
You can catch more flies with honey than with _____.
Now that he'd finally found a job, he would be the one bringing home the _____.
That quiz was easy as _____.
After further interrogation he spilled the _____.
I'll bet you dollars to _____ that this quiz will be controversial.
He's as slow as _____ in January.
There's no use crying over spilt _____.
Too many cooks spoil the _____.
They represented the _____ of the crop.
His friend said that his victory was pure luck, but that was just sour _____.
He tried his best to succeed, but he couldn't cut the _____.
The employer used the _____ and stick approach to motivating his employees to work harder.
Don't be such a cowardly _____.
The fog was as thick as pea _____.
They were like two _____ in a pod.
_____ wouldn't melt in his mouth.
The new Katy Perry album sold like _____.
When it comes to Geography quizzes, he really knows his _____.
He went _____ over the exorbitant price of the bill.
You really have to use your _____ to get every answer correct.
Nike dropped Lance Armstrong as a product endorser like a hot _____.
He knew his _____ was cooked when he was caught cheating on the exam.
The commuters were packed into the subway car like _____.
He was paid _____ even though he worked extremely hard.
Our house felt as warm as _____ when we came in from the rain.
What am I? Chopped _____?
He didn't give a _____ about her opinions.
One man's _____ is another man's poison.
He wanted to climb aboard the _____ train that professional baseball players were on.
He wasn't happy with half of the business. He wanted the whole _____.
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