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The fish that is recognized as a symbol of the region's natural heritage
The "three sisters" that the Native Americans relied upon were
Corn, squash, and beans
The main beverages of the early settlers included
Cider and ale
Which of the following states is not part of New England?
- New Hampshire
What state is one of the top dairy producers in the nation?
New Jersey is one of the top ten states in production of all but the following?
What settlers are famous for food that is considered "plain and plenty?"
Perdue Farms is famous for distinctive yellow gold skin color of their chickens because
The addition of marigold petal extract to the diet
The word "chowder" comes from the French word for
How long does a shell stock tag have to be kept?
What is a poussin?
A baby chicken weighing 14-16 ounces
What are the byssus mussels?
What the mussels use to anchor themselves to a growing source, inedible and must be removed before cooking, and also know as beards
How are oysters named?
According to the bay or town they are associated with
How do Main lobsters differ from rock lobster?
The size and weight of the claws
How is maple syrup produced?
A tap is put onto the tree and liquid comes out. The liquid is then simmered down to maple syrup.
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