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  • Recipes
    • America Balls
        • Name Homer gives the treats made of dog food that Bart makes for Principal Skinner. (Season 9 episode The Principal and the Pauper)
    • Andy's Mouth Surprise
        • Andy's favorite food - he takes Skittles, and puts them between two Starbursts. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Apu's Vegetarian Chili
        • Apu's chili stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Baby Seal and Whale Ass in the Summer
        • Gunnar's choice for a last meal (his favorite Swedish dish)
    • Bagel Bites in a Deconstructed Hot Pocket Reduction with a Doritos Glaze
        • New record added 5/2/2022
        • Hors d'oeuvre that Troy prepares. (Season 3 episode Curriculum Unavailable)
    • Bajoran Hasperat
        • Adira, before truly becoming Adira Tal, mentions that she can cook a mean Bajoran hasperat, although she doesn't truly understand how - if the knowledge comes from her memories or one of her symbiont's previous hosts. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Baked Poached Eggs
        • New egg dish Oscar comes up with for June. (Season 1 episode Another Place)
    • The Balls of Satan
        • The song Die Eier Von Satan on the album Ænima that's sung in German, is actually a recipe for hashish sugar cookies: Half a cup of powdered sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt, one knife tip Turkish hash, half a pound butter, one teaspoon vanilla sugar, half a pound flour, 150 g ground nuts, a little extra powdered sugar... and no eggs. Place in a bowl, add butter, add the ground nuts and knead the dough. Form eyeball-size pieces from the dough, roll in the powdered sugar, and say the magic words: "Sim sala bim bamba sala do saladim". Place on a greased baking pan and bake at 200 degrees for 15 minutes... and no eggs.
    • Banana Cake with Mealworms
        • Ross' monkey Marcel's favorite dish that Ross makes for him. (Season 2 The One After the Super Bowl)
    • Becky's Flying Pancakes
        • Pancakes that fly, made by Adam's Aunt Becky with pink pollen.
    • Beef-O-Ghetti
        • Milhouse takes Lisa to Springfield's Little Italy to learn Italian. "Birthplace of Beef-O-Ghetti". (Season 17 episode The Last of the Red Hot Mamas)
    • Bison Jus with Quenelles of Bone Marrow on Crème D'Alsace
        • "The bison jus with quenelles of bone marrow on crème d'Alsace are chef Dimitri Jodolenko's speciality" - from the Grand Budapest Hotel movie website.
    • Born Into Brothels Tandoori Chicken
        • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • Boyle Bone Broth
        • Home remedy that Boyle shares with Terry when his muscles are sore. The Boyles used to drink it during potato digging season to keep everyone healthy in the furrows. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Brontoburger
        • Common food served on Vulcan, made from the creatures that resemble brontosaurus from Earth.
    • California Cheeseburger
        • Chief Wiggum shows an old propaganda movie about hippies when the children tour the police station, featuring a female hippies eating a baby sandwich, which Chief Wiggum calls a "California Cheeseburger". (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Carne De Burro
        • Food that a young boy offers Homer in Cuba, which Homer things is dhredded pork. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Caspitian Haunch Stew
        • Voluptuous stew that Noranti makes to celebrate the crew's victory on Katratzi. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 3: La Bomba)
    • Casseloaf
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Cats Benedict
        • Melmackian dish that ALF mentions (Season 2 episode You Ain't Nothing But a Hound Dog)
    • Chanish
        • Chili filled danish that will get your heart pumping in the morning. Snack from Trevor Blue's hacker's cookbook. Every recipe can be made without the butt leaving the chair. It's the perfect survival food. It's got the shelf life of a mop handle. It'll out-survive the cockroach. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • Charlie's Blackout Chili
        • Chili that Charlie makes sometimes when he's had too much to drink and doesn't remember making. (Season 4 episode Mr. McGlue's Feedbag)
    • The Cheery Red Tomatoes' Mock Apple Pie
        • When Marge joins The Cheery Red Tomatoes, they share their secret recipe for their mock apple pie. The secret is there's apple in it. (Season 17 episode The Last of the Red Hot Mamas)
    • Cheetos and Tobacco Baklava
        • Dish the Latin Lords gave Wayne's Aryan gang as part of the truce. (Episode Charlie and the Hot Latina)
    • Cheezenukes
        • Snack from Trevor Blue's hacker's cookbook. Every recipe can be made without the butt leaving the chair. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • Chocolate Hippo Cake
        • Dessert that Fran makes. (Season 1 episode The Mighty Megalosaurus)
    • Chocolate Ragweed
        • Dish ALF eats when he's sick with a cold, served with Pesto (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Chocolate Turkey
        • Dish ALF eats when he's sick with a cold (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Chris' East-meets-west Patented Traeger Turkey Burger
        • An Asian-fusion burger made with Willow Farms organic turkey, a toasted taleggio cheese crisp, papaya chutney, black truffle aioli, and microgreens on a gluten-free brioche bun. (Season 3 episode Soulmates)
    • Coconut Mockolate Holiday Nut Bars
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Cranberry Pilgrims and Pecan-walnut Indians
        • Thanksgiving dish that Bob's mother makes - a Hartley tradition. (Season 3 episode An American Family)
    • Crane Brûlée
        • Frasier's specialty dessert (Season 6 episode First, Do No Harm)
    • Cream of Pizza Soup
        • Dish Kate makes for ALF when he's sick with a cold (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Cream of Your Face Soup
        • Todd: "Soup's on, tonight's special: cream of your face." Tandy: "Or really? 'Cause I heard it was Todd-mato soup! Burn." (Season 3 episode 15 Name 20 Picnics… Now!)
    • Crispy Grolack
        • Dish for a feast. (Season 1 episode Family Ties, Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Denim Chicken
        • Strange dish the gang makes for Charlie for his birthday surprise party after finding a sketch in his dream journal. (Season 6 episode Charlie Kelly: King of the Rats)
    • Dessert Dogs
        • Dessert dish that Marge enters in the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest - deep-friend cookie dough with meringue buns, cherry "ketchup" and caramel "mustard". Bart: It's dessert, but its hot dogs - so it's good for you. After an accident during the contest, they become Blackened Dessert Dogs. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Dingamagoo
        • Dish that mob character Louie mentions to Fat Tony: "Uh, Tony, please, no. I just ate a whole plate of dingamagoo." (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Dinkie
        • Homer tells Ned he mixes Twinkies and Ding Dongs all the time, and in Europe, they call it a Dinkie. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • District 9 Prawn Thing Cake
        • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • Double Bacon Genius Burger
        • Burger that Homer mentions in his Grinch song as he steals the town's Christmas presents. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Eggs a La Eddie
        • Dish that Chandler's new roommate Eddie makes for Chandler. (Season 2 episode The One Where Eddie Moves In)
    • Eggs in a Nest
        • Crane family specialty: Fried eggs swimming in fat served in a delightfully hollowed out piece of white bread. Frasier: "I can almost hear my left ventricle slamming shut as I speak." (Season 1 episode Space Quest)
    • Eggs Tyrone
        • The morning after the guys throw a raging party in their rental house, one of their guests is still there, making breakfast, apparently his signature dish, in the kitchen. (Season 2 episode Dry Guys)
    • Endangered Condor Pate
        • Joke Frasier makes to cheer Charlotte up after her fight with her boyfriend in the woods (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • Everything with Everything on It
        • ALF's favorite meal (Season 3 Standing in the Shadows of Love)
    • Facon-wrapped Date
        • Hors d'oeuvre that Ethan serves at Beck's literary themed surprise birthday party at Mooney's. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Fake-a-mole
        • Carol's fake guacamole - instead of avocados, Carol whips up some oatmeal, adds brown rice for mouth-feel, then blends in some green food coloring for visual titillation (Season 4 episode The Blob)
    • Fiesta Soup
        • Harry tries out a new product called Señor [illegible]'s Freeze-Dried Enchiladas, but it doesn't really work out. He tells Billie he's invented Fiesta Soup. (Season 2 episode Walk, Don't Wheel)
    • Firehouse Ned's Five Alarm Chili
        • Ned Flanders' chili stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Fo' Cheese
        • Retired football player Marshawn Lynch's mother's recipe: I remember when I was a little boy, my mama used to make this, uh, she used to call it "fo' cheese. What y'all call it? Y'all call it "four"? (Season 4 episode The Fugitive, Part One)
    • Frasier's Signature Pomegranate Honey Sauce
        • Sauce that Frasier makes. (Season 10 episode Daphne Does Dinner)
    • Fricandeau Stew
        • Keiko makes the replicant Miles one of his favorite meals - Fricandeau stew, along with an endive salad and sweet flan for dessert. He becomes suspicious, not only because she made the stew that she doesn't like, but also because she proceeded not to eat any of the rest of the meal either. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Fried Dentics
        • Dish John comes up with when the crew runs out of food. Based on his belief that, "You can eat anything if it's fried." (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Fried Hamburger Patties
        • Bob's mother's recipe - to add zest, she melts a piece of American cheese on the top, and serves it on a bun, with beets on the side. (Season 4 episode Fathers and Sons and Mothers)
    • The Frying of Latke 49
        • Thomas Pynchon: These wings are V-licious. I'll put this recipe in the Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook, right next to The Frying of Latke 49. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Fudge Covered Ham
        • Idea Charlie and Alan come up after eating fudge and honey baked ham. (Season 3 episode Santa's Village of the Damned)
    • Gagh
        • Klingon delicacy made from serpent worms. General K'orin tells Boimler to land in Little Qo'noS on the planet Tulgana IV, because h wants gagh. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Gladst
        • Bashir takes Melora to the new Klingon restaurant on the promenade, ordering racht, gladst with no sauce, and a side order of zilm'kach. (Season 2 episode Melora)
    • Gopher Gravy
        • The Simpsons visit the Lazy I Ranch. Marge: "I just soaked up the lingo like a biscuit in a bowl full of gopher gravy." (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Grammy Moon's Sheep's Head Stew
        • Daphne's grandmother's recipe (Season 4 episode Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven)
    • Grammy Moon's Sugar Biscuits
        • Daphne's grandmother's dessert recipe (Season 4 episode Death and the Dog)
    • Grilled Crayon Sandwich
        • Sandwich that Ralph Wiggum makes for his father and wants to enter in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest. Ralph: "Can you taste the thumbtacks?" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Grilled Frank with Sausage, Spam and Bacon, Wrapped in a Jelly Pancake and Cooked with a Stick of Butter.
        • Dish Charlie cooks for Frank when he retires. (Season 10 episode Frank Retires)
    • Halloween Hash
        • Food served at the Greendale Halloween party. (Season 2 episode Epidemiology)
        • Bajoran food served at the party for the Trill Science Ministry on the station. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
        • When Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, sent to infiltrate the Bajoran Resistance, Iliana's father offers her Bajoran food. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Following the end of the Bajoran Cleansing Ritual, Kira orders synthale and Hasperat at Quark's. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • The men looking for Arissa eat some hasperat. (Season 5 episode A Simple Investigation)
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Hepatian Minced Stew
        • Feast item that Chiana prepares. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Hippie Soufflé
        • Followin' the dead is how it gets it's kicks. Shame it wasn't born in 1966. Listens to the music and begins to sway, dreamin' acid dreams of a hippie soufflé. (song: The Thing That Only Eats Hippies)
    • Honey Baked Fudge
        • Idea Charlie and Alan come up after eating fudge and honey baked ham. (Season 3 episode Santa's Village of the Damned)
    • Honeymoon Pancakes
        • Jenny makes Alan and Walden Honeymoon Pancakes that looks like "hearts and arrows”. (Season 12 episode A Chic Bar in Ibiza)
    • Hood Flambé
        • Joke Sledge Hammer makes about killing the thief known as The Hood: Sledge Hammer (while holding flamethrower): "Here's Mother Hammer's recipe for Hood flambé. I'm talking Kentucky friend criminals -extra crispy." (Season 2 episode Hammeroid)
    • Horse Meat S’mores
        • New record added 5/5/2022
        • Shirley: All right, and I can make some s'mores out of horse meat, and s'more horse meat. (Season 5 episode Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons)
    • Hot Mockolate
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Jumbo Vulcan Mollusks Sautéed in Rhombolian Butter
        • Quark serves Fallit Kot a delicate vak clover soup and jumbo Vulcan mollusks sautéed in Rhombolian butter. (Season 2 episode Melora)
    • June Bug Flambé
        • Dish ALF ends up with after attempting to cook june bug scaloppine (Season 3 episode Superstition)
    • June Bug Scaloppine
        • Dish ALF attempts to cook (Season 3 episode Superstition)
    • June Hartwell's Buttermilk Meringue
        • Winner of last year's Pie-Mary, a Southern Indiana tradition, where Congressional candidates' wives face off in a pie-baking contest. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • Kevin's Famous Chili
        • Kevin's chili recipe that he spills all over the floor (Season 5 episode Casual Friday)
    • Kids’ Head Soup
        • New record added 5/14/2022
        • Bart makes up the story of serial killer Dark Stanley, a school cafeteria worker that makes kids’ head soup. (Season 18 episode Yokel Chords)
    • Krammar's Delicious Mystery Appetizer
        • Ralph and Norton discover a mysterious food product that Ralph thinks Alice made and they call it Krammar's Delicious Mystery Appetizer, because Ralph is considering naming the product not only after himself, but also after his boss at the bus depot, J.J. Marshall. The next day, Ralph takes the mystery snack to Mr. Marshall to get him to taste it. But when he does, the mystery is solved - the snack he had just tried is dog food! (episode A Dog's Life)
    • Krawldar
        • Hynerian delicacy. Rygel eats. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass) Chiana prepares. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Kronish Balls
        • Dr. Kronish's specialty, served every year at the Kronish Ball - little chocolate truffle balls. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Lingonberry Croque-en-bouche Brown Butter and Lemon Sucre En Poudre
        • Dessert Wolf makes for Josh's parents' dinner party. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
    • Loaferole
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Lobster Bacon Mashed Potatoes
        • New record added 5/5/2022
        • Side dish that Jeff ate at Britta’s parents house. (Season 6 episode Lawnmower Maintenance & Postnatal Care)
    • London Bridge Cake
        • Christine serves London Bridge cake at her royal wedding party to celebrate the 6th anniversary of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. (Season 5 episode Chrizzi's Honor)
    • Louis' Famous South Side Chili
        • Chili Louis makes after his family returns from their Thanksgiving with Rachel's parents.
    • MacGyver Burgers
        • Burgers that Richard Dean Anderson makes using Slim Jims, a cheese grater and rubber bands to hold it all together. (Season 17 episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore)
    • Mac's Famous Mac and Cheese
        • Dish Mac makes for Dennis at their new house in the suburbs. (Season 11 episode Mac and Dennis Move to the Suburbs) Mac makes his famous dish for the gang. (Season 13 episode The Gang Makes Paddy's Great Again)
    • Madame Arnaud's Terrine D'oie
        • Meal that Zhaban packs for Jean-Luc Picard as he embarks on his adventure. "Far beyond the power of any replicator." (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
    • Makapa Bread
        • Jake replicates a Raktajino, extra sweet and Makapa bread, no crust. When Sisko asks, what happened to juice and oatmeal, Jake tells him that Kasidy introduced him to it. It's great. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Marjool
        • Hynerian delicacy resembling escargot or snails. Rygel mentions. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Marjools
        • Specialty dish offered to D'Argo and Rygel. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Martin's Raisin Roundies
        • Cookies Martin bakes for Mrs. Krabappel and Principal Skinner. (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • Mary Magdalene's Chocolate Orgasm
        • Receipt included in Reverend Lovejoy's new cookbook, Someone's in the Kitchen with Jesus. (Season 12 episode Insane Clown Poppy)
    • Mayonnaise and Black Olives
        • Michael's mock-ice cream comfort food when he can't find any real ice cream (Season 6 episode The Cover-Up)
    • McWalden
        • Walden makes a breakfast sandwich called the McWalden, which Kate calls the McBypass. (Season 10 episode Throgwarten Middle School Mysteries)
    • Mellet
        • Food dish, equivalent of liver. Rygel: What am I chopped mellet? (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Mockolate Chip Cookies
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Mockolate Cranberry Cake
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Mockolate Mousse
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Mommy's patented happy cracker snack platter
        • Dish Marge prepares when the Simpsons invite John over, the owner of Cockamamie's, the collectibles and antiques store at Springfield Mall. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Mom's Special Chicken Noodle Soup
        • Joey and Gina's mother's special recipe - a box of Lipton's and a cut-up hot dog. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Nemesis)
    • Mornin' After Moose Juice
        • Rembrandt makes The Cryin' Man's patented Mornin' After Moose Juice, his hangover cure "guaranteed to clear your sinuses, strip furniture, kill a hangover - VR or otherwise. Drink up." (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Muntz Family Chili
        • The Muntz family's chili stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. "It takes weeks to make Muntz" (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Mystery Pie
        • Rose brings a dessert called Mystery Pie to Charlie's Thanksgiving party. (Season 1 episode Merry Thanksgiving)
    • Ninja Death Toast
        • Dangerous breakfast item that Charlie throws at Alan, injuring his eye. (Season 2 episode A Low, Guttural Tongue-Flapping Noise)
    • Old Elihu's Yale Style Saltpeter Chili
        • Mr. Burns' chili stand at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Oscar's Extra Special Mac and Cheese
        • Dish Oscar and June take over to Kase's house, served in the bad boy James dean bowl that June made. (Season 1 episode Kase)
    • Pam's Famous Kimchee Gumbo
        • David's brother Peter calls him to get one of Pam's old recipes after she dies.
    • Pan-fried Dolphin with Garlic and Fennel
        • Dish Simone mentions on morning TV talk show Good Morning, Good Day when Viktor tries to turn her fans against her.
    • Pawnee Pumpernickel
        • Beloved secret recipe that Pawnee mayor William Percy ran into a fire to save. (Season 2 episode Greg Pikitis)
    • Peanut Butter Fingers
        • Appetizer that Joey adds to Monica and Chandler's list of wedding options. (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
    • Peep and M&M Chili
        • Chili Chidi makes after Michael's explanation of the dot in Jeremy Bearimy breaks him (Season 3 episode Jeremy Bearimy)
    • Piccadilly Beef
        • Daphne's recipe. Frasier: "So you'll be serving those sad brown chunks that make their way from plate to napkin, bypassing mouth completely." Niles: "It's called Piccadilly Beef, and I talked her out of it, thank God." (Season 10 episode Daphne Does Dinner)
    • Pigs-in-Ross
        • Threat Monica makes to Ross when she needs his help cooking for Carol and Susan's wedding: If you don't help, I'm gonna take those hot dogs and create an appetizer called Pigs-in-Ross. (Season 2 episode The One With The Lesbian Wedding)
    • Pilgrim Mockolate Mousse
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Pizza of the Sea
        • The Sea Captain's entry in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest that Marge taints with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Pizza-dilla
        • Retired football player Marshawn Lynch's idea for a pizza quesadilla: How come they never make quesadillas with sausage? You throw some tomato sauce in there and call it a pizza-dilla. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive, Part One)
    • Plum Duff
        • Daphne's grandmother's recipe. Daphne: "I'm bringing Grammy Moon's famous plum duff. It's a still flour pudding boiled in a cloth bag… You see, Grammy Moon had a secret ingredient. She'd soak it for hours in rum, then ignite it in a blinding flash. As soon as she came out of the kitchen with no eyebrows, we knew dessert was ready. You know, to this day the smell of burning hair puts me in the holiday spirit." (Season 3 episode Frasier Grinch)
    • Poached Salmonella
        • Lucille's name for Lindsay's "Chicken in Chicken Sauce" dish that she served at the Bluth fundraiser (Season 3)
    • Pumpkin Pie with Mockolate Crust
        • Monica's new job involves coming up with Thanksgiving themed recipes featuring Mockolate, a completely synthetic chocolate substitute, pending FDA approval. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Racht
        • Bashir takes Melora to the new Klingon restaurant on the promenade, ordering racht, gladst with no sauce, and a side order of zilm'kach. (Season 2 episode Melora)
    • Rack of Spam
        • Dish Bull learned to cook for his mother. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
    • Ratatouille Ratatouille
        • Hollywood themed dish Kevin includes in his and Pam's Hollywood themed Ultra-feast. (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • Rattlesnake Meat and Varmint Kabobs
        • Dish Marge prepares when Bart's new friend and movie cowboy Buck McCoy visits the Simpsons. (Season 13 episode The Latest Gun in the West)
    • Real Milwaukee Peanut Butter Fudge Bar
        • Snack food that Knight of Serbia Petra Blazic brings to her meeting with Joel and Sheila (Season 3 episode Zombody)
    • Reindeer Sweetbreads
        • As the group's chef, Wolf makes Reindeer sweetbreads for dinner. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • Retire-mint Chocolate Cake
        • Themed dessert at Michael's retirement party (Season 1 episode 7 The Eternal Shriek)
    • Roasted Cronenberg
        • Morty takes Summer back to the world that he and Rick turned into Cronenbergs and then bailed on, and joins his old family for dinner. They're eating roasted Cronenberg. (Season 3 episode The Rickshank Rickdemption)
    • Roasted Jalapeño Maize Kernels with Demiglace
        • Dish Vincent makes at Spencer's movie watching party (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Rock Shrimp Ravioli in a Cilantro Ponzu Sauce with Just a Touch of Minced Ginger
        • Amuse-bouche Monica makes for stoned Steve. (The One with the Stoned Guy)
    • Rum Ham
        • Frank brings a ham injected with rum to the Jersey Shore so that he can get drunk while eating on the beach. (Season 7 episode The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore) Frank offers the gang a rum ham at the end of the episode when everything goes back to normal. (Season 10 episode The Gang Misses the Boat)
    • Sàì-núù-lem
        • Traditional food from Kaminar that Saru offers to teach Su'Kal how to make. (Season 3 episode That Hope is You, Part 2)
    • Sammy's Jubilee
        • Fake dessert Sam makes a joke about (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Savoy Truffle
        • Ingredients: creme tangerine and montelimar, a ginger sling with a pineapple heart, cool cherry cream, nice apple tart and coconut fudge. (Song Savoy Truffle)
    • Scrambled Egg Tacos and Spam Patties
        • Sherry's breakfast specialty (Season 4 episode Daphne Hates Sherry)
    • Shakloom Jerky
        • Food made from shaklooms, which Rygel is fed on the planet of Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Shawna Kelly's World Famous Chicken Frito Pie
        • Volunteer Shawna Kelly offers to cook for Nick, and snaps a selfie that makes him look like he's flirting.
    • Shellack
        • Dish Crichton makes with space rodent. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Skinner Burgers
        • Patented burgers that Principal Skinner serves to Superintendent Chalmers, which Chalmers observes taste a lot like the ones they sell at Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Sloppy Joes and Fiberglass
        • ALF makes breakfast for the Tanners to get on Santa's nice list (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
    • Smoked Oyster Casserole with a Breakfast Cereal Crust
        • Dish Monica makes to use up all the food that she doesn't want to move to the new house. (Season 10 episode The One With Rachel's Going Away Party)
    • Smoked Prongisan Sinew
        • Rygel's favorite dish. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Sponge-meat
        • Alex: "I opened the door of 10-8 with my own little klootch, and inside our malenky quarters all was quiet, the pee and em both being in sleepland, and mum had laid out on the table on malenky bit of supper - a couple of lomticks of tinned sponge-meat with a shive or so of kleb and butter, a glass of the old cold moloko."
    • Squid with Puree of Tube Grubs
        • Sisko makes a classic human seafood dish with Ferengi flair for Jake and Nog. Jake is not impressed. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Squirrel Stew with Pickled Bat Wings and Crab Grass Roots
        • Stew that the hermit of the hills offers the gang. The specialty of the cave. (Season 2 episode Jeepers, its the Creeper)
    • Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Tabby Paw Pie
        • Treat Gordon mentions not ever eating again before bedtime due to the odd nature of his dream, the singing and dancing cats number that kicks off the episode (Season 1 episode Phantom Pilot)
    • Tiger's Famous Hoppin' John
        • Dish Tiger makes for Stu. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Tomato, Basil and Nonvenomous Bunnicorn Sausage Pizza
        • Meal Riker makes when Picard visits Nepenthe. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Triple Decker Eggo Extravaganza
        • Treat Hopper makes for Eleven. (Season 2 episode Chapter Three: The Pollywog, Season 3 episode Chapter Eight: The Battle of Starcourt)
    • Turds in a Blanket
        • Fictional dish from Bill's joke: "Nobody cares how beautiful the soufflée is if the appetizer is turds in a blanket." (Season 2 episode In Through the Out Door - episode title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Twinkie Wiener Sandwich
        • Sandwich that Al makes.
    • Veklava
        • Bajoran food.
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Served at the party for the Trill Science Ministry on the station. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • Wavy Davy Macarons
        • Connor's very special concoction, made with DMT from the dark web and a little tiny bit of Xanax (to just kind of take the edge off, you know) baked into a white chocolate macaron, and it has like a raspberry filling that's both light and fluffy, but also very flavorful and satisfying.
    • Wild Raspberry Compote, Celery Root Remoulade and Pheasant Under Duck.
        • Dish Mr.s Smithers cooks for Mr. Burns. (Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions)
    • Worms on Toast
        • Rita's son asks the babysitter if he can have worms on toast for his snack. (Season 2 episode The British Invasion)
    • Zilm'kach
        • Bashir takes Melora to the new Klingon restaurant on the promenade, ordering racht, gladst with no sauce, and a side order of zilm'kach. (Season 2 episode Melora)

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