Quiz: Real New Englanders Can Cook. Are You One Of Them?

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Are you a chef with a New England flair?

How much do you know about the foods of New England? Take this quiz to test both your palate and skills on which of these popular dishes you remember!

 Aug 25, 2020

1 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Name the cheese that's a New England favorite.
Tillamook cheddar
Answer 1
Cabot cheddar

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What are donut holes called in New England?

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What kind of bread is sweetened with molasses?

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What famous ice cream company got its start in Burlington, Vermont back in 1978?
Ben and Jerry's

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What kind of pie is popular in Maine?

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What is a milkshake known as in New England?

7 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What kind of cereal is added to a classic custard (pudding) recipe?
Rice Krispies
Lucky Charms
Grape Nuts

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What has a spicy molasses flavor and is chock full of raisins?
Hoodsie Cups

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Indian pudding is a traditional ____________-based New England pudding.

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Large, molasses-infused cookies are known as:
Half and Halfs
Joe Froggers

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What Boston-based department store muffin has become a New England favorite?
Jordan Marsh Blueberry Muffins
Macy's Raspberry Muffins
Nordstrom's Cornmeal Muffins

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Maple-flavored soft serve ice cream is known as:

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What do you get when you swap out some of the potatoes in a batch of corned beef hash with beets?
Red Velvet Hash
Red Flannel Hash
Red Sauce Hash

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____________ is a savory French-Canadian meat pie.
Shepherd's pie

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What is made from mixture of breadcrumbs, diced clams, and spices baked on the half-shell?

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A New England soda tastes like a subtle, not-too-sweet blend of wintergreen and licorice.
Dr Pepper

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Sweet and sour beets flavored with a hint of cloves and smoothed with a little butter are known as:
Yale Beets
Princeton Beets
Harvard Beets

18 of 18Choose Your Answer:

White bread, peanut butter, and marshmallow Fluff is called a what?
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New England is the oldest part of the U.S., and its rich history dates back to before America was even a country! The original colonies, the pilgrims, Puritans, and all the events that gave birth to democracy and these United States all occurred in this area and dates back to the 1600s.

Do you know foods New England is famous for? Do you know what Johnnycakes are? Do you eat Boston cream pie? Do you know what soda has captured New Englander's hearts? Do you know what famous food chains around the world started in New England? Do you know how to prepare cookies with molasses and maple syrup? Can you whip up American Chop Suey? If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you might JUST be a native New Englander who is a also whiz in the kitchen and you'll have no problem answering the cooking and food questions on this fun but challenging quiz!

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