Round and Round

This puzzle will have you going around in circles! All the words used are related to food. The last letter of each word is the first letter of the next word—for example, berr y am.

  1. 1.

    People __________ to nourish their bodies.

  2. 2.

    Purple and white vegetable shaped like a top

  3. 3.

    “Like two __________ in a pod”

  4. 4.

    Cabbage soaked in salt brine and cooked

  5. 5.

    Bacon, lettuce, and __________ sandwich

  6. 6.

    Green pod vegetable often found in soups or stews

  7. 7.

    Green vegetable that grows in spears

  8. 8.

    Green leafy vegetable that is said to make you strong

  9. 9.

    Hulled white corn with the germ removed

  10. 10.

    Vegetable often mistaken for sweet potatoes

  11. 11.


  12. 12.

    Public place to dine

  13. 13.

    Herbal drink

  14. 14.

    “An _________ a day keeps the doctor away.”

  15. 15.

    Item often fried, poached, or scrambled

  16. 16.

    __________ snaps, a kind of cookie

  17. 17.

    Vegetable that looks something like a large yellow turnip

  18. 18.

    Thistlelike vegetable, its heart is the biggest part to eat

  19. 19.

    Fit to be eaten

  20. 20.

    Large oval purple vegetable

  21. 21.

    Used in puddings and as a thickener

  22. 22.

    Seed of an oak tree

  23. 23.

    Popular spice, often found in eggnog

  24. 24.

    Large citrus fruit with a yellow rind

  25. 25.

    Small pastry that looks like a miniature pie

  26. 26.

    Fruit similar to a small orange

  27. 27.

    Puffy pastry filled with custard and topped with chocolate icing

  28. 28.

    Fruit that was once a grape

  29. 29.

    Squirrels like them.

  30. 30.

    Vegetable of the gourd family; zucchini is one kind

  31. 31.

    Cut of pork often eaten at Eastertime

  32. 32.

    Beverage from cows

  33. 33.

    Part of an animal in an English meat pie

  34. 34.

    Yellow part of an egg


(1) eat, (2) turnip, (3) peas, (4) sauerkraut, (5) tomato, (6) okra, (7) asparagus, (8) spinach, (9) hominy, (10) yams, (11) sugar, (12) restaurant, (13) tea, (14) apple, (15) egg, (16) ginger, (17) rutabaga, (18) artichoke, (19) edible, (20) eggplant, (21) tapioca, (22) acorn, (23) nutmeg, (24) grapefruit, (25) tart, (26) tangerine, (27) eclair, (28) raisin, (29) nuts, (30) squash, (31) ham, (32) milk, (33) kidney, (34) yolk.

Samuel the Lamanite

Number in proper order these events in the story of Samuel the Lamanite, an important Book of Mormon prophet. The first event is done for you.

    • A.

      Samuel went to Zarahemla to preach repentance; he preached for many, many days.

    • B.

      Samuel told the Nephites that if they didn’t repent, within four hundred years they would be destroyed by war (the sword), famine, and pestilence.

    • C.

      He prophesied of Christ’s death and of the destruction and other happenings in America following the Crucifixion.

    • D.

      The Lamanites were righteous, but the Nephites had grown wicked.

    • E.

      The Lord told Samuel to return to Zarahemla and prophesy what He would put into his heart.

    • F.

      The Nephites wouldn’t listen, and they threw Samuel out of Zarahemla.

    • G.

      Samuel prophesied of Christ’s birth five years from then.

    • H.

      Samuel fled and never returned to the Nephites.

    • I.

      The Nephites wouldn’t let Samuel into the city, so he spoke to them from the top of the city wall.

    • J.

      The people still wouldn’t believe Samuel. They tried to kill him with rocks and arrows.


1D, 2A, 3F, 4E, 5I, 6B, 7G, 8C, 9J, 10H (see Hel. 13:1–11; Hel. 14; Hel. 16:1–8).

Sea Maze

Which inlet should the buccaneer’s ship take to get to the treasure map?