NYT Strands Hints, Answers and Spangram for July 11, 2024

By sahil kumar

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NYT Strands July 11, 2024

NYT Strands Answers and Spangram: Are you having trouble solving today’s NYT Strands puzzle? The puzzle for today isn’t too difficult, but its theme can cause some confusion for you. The NYT Strands Answers for July 11 are provided here, along with some basic tips in case you’re having trouble finishing the game.

Although NYT Strands isn’t as well-known as its New York Times game brothers Wordle and Connections, it may be just as enjoyable and difficult. Strands recently exited beta testing and is now available on the official Games app of the New York Times, which may attract additional users. In this story, I go into a lot of detail on the NYT Strands rules.

How To Play Strands

The Strands puzzle from the New York Times is a parody of the traditional word search. Since it’s currently in beta, its survival depends on how many people use it each day.

Every day, a new Strands game is available to play. You will be given a six-by-eight grid of letters to work within the game. The goal is to identify a cluster of words that share a common theme; you’ll be able to deduce what that theme is. A theme word will always be highlighted in blue when you find it.

Here’s a little explanation of how to play NYT Strands for new players before we get to the puzzle:

  • To make words, you must link the letters on a grid using your mouse or your fingers if you’re using a touchscreen. To join letters diagonally, vertically, or horizontally, drag your mouse.
  • To better understand the Strands topic, look for the Spangram or the main theme word.
  • In addition to the Spangram, you also need to look for additional theme words in the problem; solving them all will reveal the solution.

Today’s Theme for NYT Strands

Today’s Strands theme is: Loaded Lunch.

Hints for Today’s Strands

There is always that one Spangram in a Strands game that you have to figure out, and today’s was no exception.

Here’s the hint for today’s Spangram: spud with toppings.

But here’s a hint if it doesn’t work for you: Straight ahead until sunrise, with the second star to the right.

It should be simple to determine the theme words if you have deduced the Spangram from the given clue. I don’t want to spoil it for you, though. Alternatively, you may find the following tips helpful:

  • Hint 1: green cauliflower-like vegetable
  • Hint 2: Michael Scott from The Office loves to wake to the smell of?

Today’s NYT Strands Answers (July 11, 2024)

You are probably ready to see the answers if you have scrolled this far. Now, let’s examine the NYT Strands theme words for today:

  • BROCCOLI
  • CHIVES
  • BACON
  • BUTTER
  • CHILI
  • CHEDDAR

Today’s NYT Strands Spangram

BakedPotato is the theme of today’s Strands Spangram. The word starts on the right and ends on the left. The Spangram starts exact location of the word on the grid can be seen below:.

NYT Strands Spangram July 11, 2024
NYT Strands Spangram July 11, 2024

Lately, the Strands puzzles have become pretty simple. I swear, when I read the theme for lunch today, I didn’t start drooling, but I did find BROCCOLI on the right edge and BUTTER on the right very fast. In addition, I joined the letters to form CHILLI, which is above Butter, and BACON, which is below it.

I kept returning to Baked, but I was never able to get inside the Spangram. Then I saw Potato in the centre, and CHIVES in the upper right corner. Potato wasn’t the solution, though, so I joined the letters from the top to the bottom, which unexpectedly revealed today’s Spangram: BAKED POTATO. In the lower right corner, I finally located CHEDDAR to complete the puzzle.

That’s the NYT Strands Answers and Spangram for today, along with some helpful hints. If you were unable to guess it this time, don’t be too hard on yourself. Tomorrow, there’ll be fresh NYT Strands to challenge your brain power, and we’ll be returning to provide you with further supportive guidance.

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