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Here, in alphabetical order, are 20 foods and 4 cultures. On the line next to the number of the food, write the ONE letter of the culture with which it is associated. A. Colonial New England, B. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun, C. Native American, D. Slaves/American South, E. Forty-Ninersa. bear fat A. Slaves/American South v etoufee B. Colonial New England v blueberries C. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun v cod D. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun v cookies E. Slaves/American South F. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun cranberries G. Colonial New England fried food H. Slaves/American South election cake 1. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun/Slaves/American South jambalaya J. Colonial New England v gumbo K. Colonial New England v maple syrup L. Forty-Ninersa okra M. Colonial New England v miner's lettuce N. Native American v king cake O. Native American pumpkin P. New Orleans/Creole/Cajun rice Q. Forty-Ninersa R. Colonial New England sourdough bread S. Slaves/American South v turkey T. Colonial New England watermelon v yams

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1. Bear Fat- Slaves American south

2. Étouffée - New Orleans/Creole/ Cajun

3. Blueberries -  Native American

4. Cod - New Orleans/Creole/ Cajun

5. Cookies - colonial new England

6. Cranberries - Native American

7.Fried food - colonial new england

8. Election cake - Colonial New England

9. Jambalaya- New Orleans/Creole/ Cajun

10. Gumbo -New orleans/ creole/cajun

11. Maple Syrup - Native american

12. Okra - South america

13. MIners Lettuce - Forty niners

14.King cake -New orleans

15. Pumpkin -Native american

16- Sardough bread - Forty niners

17. turkey- Colonial new England

18- Watermelon- Slaves American South

19- Yams - Colonial new England

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2. Étouffée is a dish found in both Cajun and Creole cuisine typically served with shellfish over rice. The dish employs a technique known as smothering, a popular method of cooking in the Cajun and Creole areas of southwest Louisiana.


3. Blueberries, native to North America, have been part of their life for 13,000 years. The first blueberry bush was successfully cultivated for commercial production in the early 1900s, and today, we grow nearly 1 billion pounds of blueberries in North America.


5. Cookies are originated from England and most English speaking countries.

6. Long before colonists landed on the shores of New England, Native Americans harvested cranberries. Nowadays the Aquinnah Wampanoags of Martha's Vineyard celebrate their most important holiday, Cranberry Day, on the second Tuesday of October.


9. Jambalaya is a Creole and Cajun rice dish with French, African, and Spanish influence, consisting mainly of meat and vegetables mixed with rice.

10. Gumbo s a stew popular in the U.S. state of Louisiana and is the official state cuisine. it consists of a strongly-flavoured stock, meat or shellfish, a thickener, and the Creole. so it is a new orleans dish. since new Orleans is a city in lousiana

11, Maple syrup is of Canadian origin which is native american

12.okra is associated with south American culture

13. Miners Lettuce refers to how the plant was used by miners during the California Gold Rush, who ate it to prevent scurvy. and California gold rush is another name for fory niners.

14. King Cake is a New Orleans Tradition
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