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New England Food

New England is home to many regional specialties, how many can you name based on the given clues?
Quiz by bitterblue
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Last updated: December 9, 2021
First submittedJune 18, 2021
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The official sandwich of Massachusetts
Fluffernutter
Not to be confused with its tomato-y counterpart from Manhattan
New England Clam Chowder
Most of the country would call this a milkshake, but not in New England
Frappe
Despite its name, there is nothing Chinese about this dish
American Chop Suey
This drink is especially popular in Rhode Island
Coffee Milk
Sorry Canada, but you cannot claim sole ownership of this sweet ingredient
Maple
No Thanksgiving supper is complete without this
Cranberry Sauce
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The official beverage of New Hampshire
Apple Cider
Some like it hot some like it cold, but there is no doubt that this "sandwich" is a staple along the New England Coast
Lobster Roll
No beach cookout is complete without these
Steamers
Introduced to colonists by native New Englanders in the 18th century
Fiddleheads
A favorite on St. Patrick's Day
Boiled Dinner
Not your traditional pie
Whoopie Pie
Another pie that is not technically pie
Boston Cream Pie
A New Haven specialty
Apizza
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Level 86
Oct 8, 2021
In re the frappe, Rhode Islanders call it a cabinet. Or they used to, anyway.
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Level 85
Oct 11, 2021
Maybe consider accepting just chop suey and cider?
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Level 57
Oct 12, 2021
look up images of "chop suey" and "american chop suey" and you'll see why it does not accept just chop suey, they are completely different dishes.
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Level 49
Dec 6, 2021
You spelled Chinese wrong