15, but had to take a guess on the chowder question. Been in San Francisco plenty of times and don't remember ever seeing chowder on a menu. I think they fudged that one.
Also, I think for "praline" both answers would be correct. While in the US, praline refers to a sugary nutty confection popular in the south, "praline" (pronounced
PRAH leen ay) in french, italian and swiss pastry circles refers to any "one bite"-sized pastry. So a chocolate truffle would fit into that category.
While chowder may be available in San Francisco--at the Swan Oyster Bar for instance--it is much more popular elsewhere, indigenous to New England and decidedly NOT a broth. There is only ONE chowder (forget about Manhattan--that's soup)and that's CLAM chowder, and must contain--by definition: clams, clam juice or fish stock, potatoes, onions, and very important: pork product as in salt pork or less authentically--bacon-- and cream. Making it a cream soup. I'm usually not a nitpicker, but my old Cape Cod cooking roots compelled me to rant. ANTHONY BOURDAIN