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What's for Dinner, Creole Queen?

vaticanlokeyVaticanlokey on 10/10/2006

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WhatsforDinnerCreoleQueen Photo Sample your knowledge of Creole cuisine with this fun and mouthwatering quiz, designed as a table d'ote of tasty tidbits about our beloved Creole cuisine from New Orleans!
Bon Appetit!
16 Questions

Rating:  (8.91/9)
Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging
Taken: 118 times

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Player: Level: % Correct: Time to Complete:
Wkaywil 91100.00%    200.51 seconds    
Nsinuosblufyxn 10693.75%    147.59 seconds    
Stone 3593.75%    208.02 seconds    
Gunnar1026 14193.75%    317.28 seconds    
Acadiany 5687.50%    193.94 seconds    
Coy5 7487.50%    200.68 seconds    
Tempter 8687.50%    237.36 seconds    
Phimucowgirl 2387.50%    276.77 seconds    
Mckgranny 1287.50%    360.72 seconds    
Maleificent 6681.25%    123.79 seconds    

Comments (3)
Koufax  (Level: 208.3)
Mon, 23rd Mar '09 6:31 PM

Okay. This is my last comment. My life was changed by NO food (I worked in the dining hall and took a cooking class at the NO School of Cooking at the Jax Brewery). My favorite restaurant was Joe Burda's Gold Star and now I love Bayona and the baked oyster place outside of the city. I still make maque chou and gumbo regularly. And I never missed Morgus during my short life in NO. (No more mss, I promise.)


Phimucowgirl  (Level: 23.3)
Fri, 4th Jul '08 10:57 PM

Good quiz, but hmmm...I respectfully disagree with some of your facts. In #7, a tomato is definitely a fruit, so I answered mirliton. A gumbo is not traditionally made with crawfish. Jambalaya is not traditionally made with all of those meats, esp not crawfish.And in #16, "etouffer" means
"to smother", not to braise. My two cents as a food writer. Much respect!

Wkaywil  (Level: 91.0)
Sun, 29th Jun '08 11:47 AM

Being from New Orleans, I almost feel like I cheated!

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