Question of the Day

Yesterday, we asked: In Vox's "Meats, Ranked" post above, "Duck" took the number one spot. In their blurb the writers referenced the famous French dish "Duck a l'Orange," but there's some contention about where the citrus fowl recipe truly originated. What country frequently takes credit for "Duck a l'Orange," claiming that it merely migrated to France years after its inception?

Answer: Italy. Congrats to Claudine Laforce for answering first. Honorable mention goes to Craig Pittman for answering second.

Today's question of the day: One of the best depictions of the first Thanksgiving in any medium comes from the 2005 misunderstood masterpiece, The New World. Who directed it?

As always, click here to tweet your answer to @MuckRack. We’ll announce the winners tomorrow!

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