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Louisiana Trivia

Name these things associated with the state of Louisiana.
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First submittedJuly 15, 2015
Last updatedJuly 15, 2015
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Biggest city
New Orleans
State capital
Baton Rouge
Third biggest city
Louisiana's version of a county
Longest river
Hurricane that struck in 2005
State bird
Brown Pelican
President who made the
Louisiana Purchase
Thomas Jefferson
Louisiana is on this ocean gulf
Gulf of Mexico
Company that spilled oil
in that gulf in 2010
Term for a marshy lake or
slow-moving river
French ethnic group
Afro-American religion
Avery Island hot sauce brand
TV show about vampires in the
fictional town of Bon Temps
True Blood
French for "Fat Tuesday"
Mardi Gras
General who won the
Battle of New Orleans in 1815
Andrew Jackson
Proper way to spell "Go Saints"
Geaux Saints
Name of LSU's sports teams
Chain of fried chicken restaurants
that is "Louisiana fast"
What is andouille?
a Sausage
What is a muffaletta?
a Sandwich
level 83
Jul 15, 2015
Can we put "Proper" in quotation marks as well?
level 66
Dec 20, 2016
I'm from Baton Rouge and I can't stand when people spell go like that. The spelling has even made it to our government -- the website that Louisianians use to register to vote and get election information is www.geauxvote.com
level 57
Oct 18, 2015
TWO hurricanes slammed into Louisiana in 2005: Katrina and Rita. Also a bayou is never a marshy lake. It may flow into a marshy lake or swamp or it may flow through a wetland, but it is a small, slow-moving, muddy river.
level 72
Apr 21, 2019
And which one is world famous and in school kids' history books forevermore?
level 72
Oct 19, 2015
Muffaleta is a kind of bread...
level 76
Nov 17, 2015
...and also a sandwich.
level 68
Dec 5, 2015
Tabasco is not a brand, it's a variety. McIlhenny, for example, is a brand.
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Dec 5, 2015
level 58
Dec 6, 2015
It's definitely a brand. It may also be a variety, but most people that live in Louisiana would refer to it as the brand. If you were to ask for Tabasco Sauce at a restaurant, they may reply that they don't carry it, but that they carry Crystal (Or Louisiana) hot sauce instead.
level 49
Aug 30, 2016
Seconded. I tried McIlhenny first, then Tabasco.
level 67
Dec 5, 2015
Can you possibly accept Catrina? They're basically two ways to spell the same name...
level 65
Dec 5, 2015
I wouldn't have thought so, no. The hurricanes are basically named in alphabetical order, so the fact it began with 'K' was significant.
level 49
Apr 14, 2016
Born in Louisiana but grew up out west, I didn't discover the muffaletta till I was 35. That's some good stuff.
level 76
Jun 19, 2016
A Bayou, is actually a river that flows in both directions depending upon outside factors such as weather and tides. It does not have to be marshy, and it can move swiftly, slowly, or stand still at different times. Many bayous in Louisiana (and elsewhere in the world) look like rivers, and have no marsh grasses, Cypress trees, etc. in them. They may pass through swamps or marshes.
level 48
Feb 7, 2017
As a Louisianian, I'm ashamed I missed the two foods...got everything else, though!
level 15
May 22, 2017
You spelled tobasco wrong idoit
level 80
Apr 10, 2018
Geez, who is the "idoit"? Trouble spelling "tobasco" yourself?
level 72
Jul 31, 2018
I think that joke was over your head.
level 19
Jan 30, 2019
level 53
Jun 11, 2018
Creoles should be accepted for Cajuns.
level 79
Mar 19, 2019
Not necessarily. Creole in Louisiana can indicate and include Spanish ancestry as well as French. Cajun is exclusively French.
level 21
Mar 6, 2019
Wait...im was born Metairie Live In Shreveport
level 69
Sep 6, 2019
The "proper" way to spell the largest city is "N'awlins"