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Foods that Start with L Quiz

Based on the clues, name these foods and drinks that start with the letter L.
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Last updated: December 3, 2014
First submittedSeptember 28, 2012
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Clue
Food
Red crustacean
Lobster
Lime compatriot
Lemon
Smoked salmon
Lox
Rendered pig fat
Lard
Espresso and steam milk
Latte
Mutton, but younger
Lamb
Ale alternative
Lager
Jewish potato pancake
Latke
Sucker
Lollipop
Purple-colored herb
Lavender
Anise-flavored candy
Liquorice
Clue
Food
Italian dish that is Garfield's favorite food
Lasagna
Relative of onions and garlic
Leek
Lye-treated whitefish of Scandinavia
Lutefisk
Type of beer that is spontaneously fermented,
and has a sour cidery taste
Lambic
Brand of cereal with a Leprechaun mascot
Lucky Charms
Tropical fruit with sweet, white insides
Lychee
"Iced Tea" with 5 different types of liquor
Long Island Iced Tea
Sponge cake used in tiramisu
Ladyfinger
Varieties include iceberg and romaine
Lettuce
Animal organ, often served with onions
Liver
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level 34
Sep 26, 2012
Could "latka" be accepted for "latke"? Nice quiz!
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level 49
Sep 26, 2012
I agree. I tried about 5 different spellings but I just couldnt think of how to spell it.
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level ∞
Sep 28, 2012
Okay, that will work now
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level 38
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 36
Mar 17, 2013
Agreed. I used the only spelling I ever knew - "Lachs". Thenagain - maybe my answer wouldn't count as it's German, not English. The English word is a bastardized German, anyways.
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level 66
Sep 27, 2012
Anise-flavored candy - liquorice. What?? Liquorice is flavored with liquorice root. :?
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level 74
Dec 8, 2018
"Some liquorice candy is flavoured with anise oil instead of or in combination with liquorice root extract."
Indeed a better clue is needed for liquorice
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level 62
Jun 25, 2019
+1 anise didnt trigger anything to do with liquorice for me either.
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level 62
Jun 25, 2019
Liquorice is made from :shock: the liquorice root. Btw misleading name, there is no liquor nor rice in it ;) It should be called glucoroot (that is roughly what it means)
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level 35
Jul 30, 2013
I think lolly should be accepted. Hardly anyone uses the whole word.
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level 32
Aug 3, 2013
I agree on that, but most people I know say lollipop.
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level ∞
Dec 3, 2014
Okay, lolly will work now.
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
lolly is only an ice lolly. I suppose some people suck them.
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level 55
May 12, 2014
I never get the alcohol ones.
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level 67
Dec 24, 2014
Could have been a good quiz if it had stayed away from the local USA questions that only the USA citizens know or care about ie Brand of Cereal, Iced Tea etc
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level 67
Mar 7, 2015
As it turns out, you don't actually have to be from Long Island to know what a Long island Iced Tea is just like you don't have to be British to be familiar with a Churchill (the drink).
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level 67
May 8, 2015
What's a Churchill ?
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level 67
May 8, 2015
Scotch (usually 3 parts), 1 part each: lime juice, sweet vermouth, cointreau served straight up. It was created specifically for Winston Churchill but has been replicated lots of places.
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level 44
May 8, 2015
Long Island Iced Tea is also in an episode of The Simpsons (hence why I happened to know the answer, rather than any other reason :p)
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level 76
Nov 18, 2015
Long Island Iced Tea is neither a brand name nor does it contain tea. It's a cocktail that merely looks like iced tea. The origin of the name is disputed.
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level 77
May 8, 2015
I've been visiting the pubs of Tbilisi and Yerevan lately and have spotted Long Island Ice Tea available in both places. I think they also had them in Cyprus and Israel. Pretty sure I had one in South Korea. So.. yeah.. not exactly unique to America.
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level 77
May 8, 2015
For that matter I've also seen Lucky Charms available at grocery stores all over the world.
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level 62
Jan 31, 2017
Not in NZ. Weetbix rules here.
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level 28
Jun 2, 2019
Not in Australia.
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level 77
Jun 17, 2019
I've never been to Australia or New Zealand. There are parts of the world outside of Australia and Western Europe, though. I know this may come as a shock to some.
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level 76
May 8, 2015
1. I give you Lucky Charms, though as a non-American I got it quite easily. 2. Long Island Iced Tea is a popular cocktail across the globe. 3. You have no etc. So that leaves one americentric question. Cry me a river. I doubt many Americans know Lutefisk (which I only got because I used to live in Norway) and Lambic (which I only know because I'm Belgian and it is to my knowledge only brewed in Belgium).
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level 66
May 8, 2015
you're right - I thought it was lutefish or lutkefish.
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level 76
Nov 18, 2015
I'm American and I'd never heard of lutefisk until my daughter married a man with Norwegian ancestry and they serve it on Christmas Eve. Still never heard of lambic, though.
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level 61
Sep 20, 2016
I'm pretty sure Long Island Ice/d Tea is a common cocktail found pretty much everywhere. Just as common as a Zombie, Pina Colada...
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level 55
Jan 14, 2015
Fun quiz...
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level 73
May 9, 2015
Animal organ, often served with onions. Or with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.
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level 60
May 11, 2015
I was desperate... so I tried lunch
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level 76
Apr 13, 2016
I could only think of "limpet" for sucker.
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level 63
Jun 24, 2016
Couldn't get past 'leech' for sucker.
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level 57
Sep 21, 2016
Me too! And I thought, 'leeches are not food' but I still couldn't think of anything else.
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level 70
Jan 20, 2017
I was angry for a bit there because I, too, tried leech multiple times.
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level 45
Jun 24, 2016
for "Purple-colored herb" can it be changed to "Herb with purple flowers"? The herb is the whole plant so the way it's worded suggests all of it is purple which is not the case.
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level 65
Jun 24, 2016
Belgian mother and Norwegian father, and I live in the Midwest--therefore lambic, lutefisk, and lollypop/sucker are in my wheelhouse.
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level 36
Sep 18, 2016
i only know latke cause someone in school brought them in
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level 45
Oct 12, 2016
It would be great to allow "ludefisk" for "lutefisk." That's how it was spelled in my grandfather's store (no joke!).
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level 79
Oct 12, 2016
Can you add loquat as a correct answer for a tropical fruit with white insides? Both fit the clue.
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level 62
Jan 31, 2017
Loquats are more yellow aren't they? (I have a loquat tree in my garden).
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level 58
Oct 1, 2018
I typed in "Lozenge" for sucker. How is that not acceptable?
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