Only True Puerto Ricans Can Pass This Quiz!
Taking pieces of culture form Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and America, Puerto Rico has a remarkably unique history. This truly is a melting pot island that has cultures and foods that show its vast diversity. How much do you know about Puerto Rico? Only true Puerto Ricans can get at least 15 out of 20 on this quiz. So take our quiz and see if you have what it takes to be a true Puerto Rican!
How do you refer to the night before Christmas?
- Christmas Eve
- December 24th
- Noche Buena
What do you call your grandmother?
What item did your mother most likely use to discipline you?
- Wooden spoon
- La Chancleta
What is the answer to most ailments in a Puerto Rican household?
- Trip to the doctors
But if that didn't work what food do you try?
- Arroz con Dolce
What was the utensil you definitely had in your kitchen growing up?
- Tandoor oven
January 6th is important because...
- It is Three King's Day
- It's a public holiday
What delicious food do your non-Puerto Rican friends mistake for salsa?
What is one of your favorite things to have in summer?
- Ice cream
Which one of the following herbs was your mother most likely to grow?
Which scary figure did your parents threaten you with?
- The Bogeyman
- Big Foot
- El Coco
Which of the following vegetables was your family obsessed with?
Your family referred to all cereals as ‘conflei’. True or False?
A game Puerto Rican families commonly play is…
Which Christmas drink can you not live without?
- Spiced cherry
- Chocolate caliente
Which celebrity divorce probably devastated your whole family?
- J. Lo and Mark Anthony
- Brad and Angelina
- Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Staples in a Puerto Rican diet are…
- Tomato and olive oil
- Rice and beans
- Bread and cheese
Which song was played at nearly every Puerto Rican party you went to?
- Let's Get Loud by Jennifer Lopez
- The Nurbush by Ike and TIna Turner
- Suavemente by Elvis Crespo
Growing up, you ate ‘lechon’ every Christmas. True or False?
How can Puerto Rican Christmas music best be described?
- Classic carols