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Foods that Start with L

Based on a picture, can you guess these foods and drinks that start with the letter L.
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the type of pasta
59 Comments
+6
Level 79
Sep 26, 2012
Alternate spellings of lox would be great. Couldn't remember for the life of me that it was an X!
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Level 77
Oct 25, 2020
Lax
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Level 66
Oct 27, 2020
Lachs
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Level 31
Jul 30, 2013
I think lolly should be accepted. Hardly anyone uses the whole word.
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Level ∞
Dec 3, 2014
Okay, lolly will work now.
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Level 59
Apr 25, 2018
lolly is only an ice lolly. I suppose some people suck them.
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Level 75
Oct 18, 2020
No one I know in the US says lolly. Is that a British thing?
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Level 75
Oct 19, 2020
Same
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Level 81
Oct 19, 2020
I'm British and would call that a lollipop, not a lolly. I'd only call an ice lolly a lolly. Wonder where 098 is from...
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Level 60
Oct 25, 2020
I don't think I've ever heard lolly used for lollipop (British). I think you've been had Quizmaster.
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Level ∞
Oct 25, 2020
Okay, lolly will NOT work anymore. Cue the comments: "I'm from the south riding of Kensington and round 'ere everyone calls it a lolly".
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Level 68
Mar 29, 2024
In the Netherlands we call it a lolly ;) But yea, not english ( though clearly it is a loan from english)
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Level 54
Oct 25, 2020
Uncommon, maybe - but to have never heard of it being called a lolly???
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Level 73
Oct 28, 2020
Lolly or lollies would be roughly equivalent to the US "Candy"
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Level 83
Nov 1, 2020
I'm from the north of England and I've DEFINITELY heard lolly a lot... used for ice lollies, chupa chup lollies, you name it. Honestly don't know if I've really heard people use 'lollipop' all that often.
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Level 78
Apr 25, 2022
Lol, thanks - I tried lolly and was confused when it didn't accept it
+1
Level 65
Jan 14, 2015
Fun quiz...
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Level 77
Dec 3, 2019
In the Isle of Man it's lax not lox and please also accept Lady's fingers
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Level 72
Oct 18, 2020
spellings as "leberwurst" should be accepted. Specially when that's the original and correct spelling.
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Level 89
Oct 19, 2020
Nobody answering in the English language would say Leberwurst anymore than they'll answer 荔枝 instead of lychee.
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Level 76
Dec 14, 2020
I live in a spanish speaking country, and we call it leberwurst. Appeals to ignorance aren't a good thing. OP is right, it should be accepted.
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Level 89
Jan 30, 2021
Correct, appeals to ignorance are not a good thing. English answers should be entered on an English language test.

Spanish answers can be used here: https://www.jetpunk.com/es

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Level 65
Jun 19, 2021
I tried leberkäse first.
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Level 71
Oct 19, 2020
Looks more like 'Luncheon Meat' than Liverwurst.
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Level 68
Oct 21, 2020
That's what I tried.
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Level 54
Oct 25, 2020
Likewise
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Level 74
Oct 26, 2020
I know it as luncheon sausage.

Also never heard of lady fingers. I thought it was biscotti

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Level 95
Nov 2, 2020
I was even worse and got stuck on lyoner!
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Level 72
Oct 19, 2020
That is one of the most unappetizing lasagne I have ever seen.
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Level 83
Oct 19, 2020
What, no lutefisk??! (Actually, it's best to not show a picture, so thank you.)
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Level 68
Oct 21, 2020
I've always wanted to try that even though I know it is probably awful
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Level 75
Oct 25, 2020
My son-in-law is Swedish and Norwegian and they have it around Christmas. My daughter informs me it is truly awful. On the other hand, he can't stand grits. I guess it all depends on what you grow up eating.
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Level 64
Oct 20, 2020
Awww, when I saw the last one I got excited about the inclusion of Lebanon bologna, but that's not what it is.
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Level 61
Oct 25, 2020
Same. And I don't think I've heard or thought the phrase Lebanon bologna in 30 years.
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Level 76
Oct 25, 2020
accept ladies’ fingers and lady’s fingers? pretty sure i’ve heard them called that
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Level ∞
Oct 25, 2020
Okay
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Level 65
Oct 25, 2020
It just made my day to see Dutch 'drop jojo's' in the pictures. Best choice for a licorice picture!
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Level 89
Jan 30, 2021
That licorice looks like some slime design on a sushi bar.
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Level 78
Oct 25, 2020
I have only ever seen liverwurst like this before.
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Level 75
Oct 25, 2020
That is a very bad picture for linguini. Linguini is flat whereas spaghetti is round.
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Level 75
Oct 25, 2020
Linguini:

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Level 73
Oct 25, 2020
Exactly. And nice picture by the way! Hope it's not copyrighted.
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Level ∞
Oct 25, 2020
Sure, we'll use that picture now.
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Level 82
Oct 25, 2020
If you zoomed in on the original picture you could see that the noodles were flat not round. But it was hard to see zoomed out.
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Level 65
Jun 6, 2023
I see different pictures for the noodles on Google. The food I get has thinner noodles
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Level 79
Oct 25, 2020
Please consider accepting langue de chat for ladyfinger.
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Level 60
Oct 25, 2020
Yes - I kept trying different spelling of that convinced that was the problem
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Level 36
Oct 25, 2020
I tried that too
+1
Level ∞
Oct 25, 2020
Okay
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Level 85
Oct 25, 2020
Doesn't that mean cat's tongue? So much for ever eating tiramisu again! ;-)
+1
Level 68
Mar 29, 2024
we have lange vingers (literally long fingers, lady fingers) and kattentongen (litterally cat's tongues) Which do look alike, both long. but definitely different. They are flat, and not so puffed up ( and I believe not coated in sugar on one side.

Two different cookies. but I must admit, kind of hard to see in this picture which is meant. (Looking closer at the picture it seems there are flatter like cat's tongues but áre covered in sugar on one side.. I guess the only way of knowing is to eat them and see how airy they are ;)

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Level 77
Oct 27, 2020
I thought the ladyfingers were infants' teething cookies (biscuits). I've never seen ladyfingers outside tiramisu.
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Level 43
May 4, 2022
i've never seen ladyfingers with tiramisu
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Level 44
Dec 8, 2020
How did I forget what a leek was
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Level 26
Dec 16, 2020
got it all except liverworst
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Level 76
Nov 10, 2021
I'm German. That is NOT Liverwurst/Leberwurst.
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Level 77
Feb 10, 2022
Thank you for including my favorite fruit--the lychee.
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Level 67
Jul 27, 2022
We called them lollipops in NY when I was a kid. When I moved to the Pacific Northwest, I heard kids calling them "suckers." I think we would have been beaten up if we'd called them that in NY!
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Level 64
May 21, 2024
should accept labstah as a spelling for the first one