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Graham Kerr

What do you know about Graham Kerr?  Stop and grab a bit of this quick quiz.  Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

FUN Trivia Quizzes powered by ABE1) Graham Kerr (born January 22, 1934 in London) is a famous cooking and television personality. He was first known as?

  • The Frugal Gourmet
  • The Galloping Gourmet
  • The Dinner Time Gourmet

2) What English college did Graham attend?

  • Essex College
  • Brighton College
  • Yale College

3) Graham spent five years in the British Army. What did he do?

  • Infantrymen
  • Scout
  • Catering adviser

4) In 1958, he moved. Where did he move too?

  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Canada

5) He became popular on radio and magazines. What was his first book�s title?

  • You Can Have It Your Way by Graham Kerr
  • The Graham Kerr Cookbook by the Galloping Gourmet
  • Entertaining with Kerr

6) The Galloping Gourmet series became on of the most successful programs on television. However, the series ended in 1971. Why did the series end?

  • Car accident that left Graham temporarily paralyzed.
  • He was called back to military duty.
  • His wife's heart attack.

7) A few years later, Graham appeared back on television with a 5 minute cooking program. What was the series' name?

  • The Galloping Gourmet Returns
  • Take Kerr
  • Praise God

8) In 1995 he appeared on a TV special with another renown chef. Who was the person.

  • Jeffrey Tantum
  • Julia Child
  • Bob Ross

9) After his wife Treena's heart attack in 1986, Graham was prompted to create a new style of cooking. This new method of food preparation minimized fat and cholesterol, while it maximized aroma, color, texture, and taste. It led to two successful cookbooks: Graham Kerr's Smart Cooking and Graham Kerr's Minimax Cookbook along with corresponding series in syndication, on the Discovery Channel and Public Television. What did he call this style?

  • Trina's Secret
  • Minimax
  • Pleasure Bound

10) The origin of the Galloping Gourmet persona stemmed from a 1967 book he co-authored called The Galloping Gourmets. They got their nickname from a 35-day worldwide trek to the finest restaurants around the globe. Who was his co-author?

  • Treena Kerr
  • Len Evan
  • Julia Child

Check Your Answers

Graham Kerr [Answers]

  1. The Galloping Gourmet 
  2. Brighton College
  3. Catering adviser
  4. New Zealand
  5. Entertaining with Kerr 
  6. Car accident that left Graham temporarily paralyzed
  7. Take Kerr
  8. Julia Child
  9. Minimax
  10. Len Evan


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