Quite literally sour herring. It's fermented with care (!) for about a year. When the can starts to bulge, it's time to eat. Often eaten outdoors because of its awful stench and even then not much approved of by anyone within 1000 feet. See also Fish, Swedish.
The unclassy name for risotto.
Add garlic salt to turn regular old spaghetti into a gourmet meal!
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New Jersey's answer to Canada's poutine...fries, cheese and gravy. Yummm! See also Obesity.
Japanese food product consisting of several eggs reprocessed into a single tube of eggs.