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  • Menu Items
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Bat Wing Fritto Misto with a Side of Guanomole
        • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Adam West Cajun Bites
        • Menu item at Cafe Luna, a trendy restaurant on Melrose Avenue where Ben and the cast eat lunch (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Ahab Burger
        • Menu item at Ahab's Fast Food restaurant where Kenny works (Season 2 episode All in the Family)
    • The Alex And Brian Soup And Sandwich Combo
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • The All American
        • A style of "big sandwich" Roy mentions in Season 6 episode Gone But Not Faygotten - one of the styles that Roy thought Joe and Brian would get for Fay's retirement party (they got the Cordova)
    • Allen Ginsburgers
        • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Altair Sandwich
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Amtrak-style hot dog
        • Menu item on the Today's Specials board at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • The Angry Mexican
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Antonio's Spaghetti And Meatballs
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • Arab Spring Rolls
        • Menu item at the Bliss Pointe restaurant. (Season 1 episode I Can't Go Back)
    • Armadillo Steak
        • Menu item at the Lamplighter Saloon on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Atomic Liver Crisps
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Baby Guts
        • Veal that Marge orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Bacon Balls
        • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Bacon Cheddar Royal
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • Bacon Cheese Burger-Burger-Burger
        • Menu option at Burger Burger Burger, Nile's favorite new restaurant when he catches the fast food bug (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • Bagels From Arkansas
        • Hors d'oeuvre at the Bad Place museum party. Have a terrible evening. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • Basgetti And Beatmalls
        • Frederick's name for spaghetti and meatballs, what Frasier and Lilith order for dinner (Season 10 episode Lilith Needs a Favor)
    • Battered Crap Stick
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Beef Ambrosia
        • Name for the brisket menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Ben Franklin
        • Menu item at Fleet-A-Pita, the fast food restaurant that Marge's old investment group The Investorettes chooses to invest in at the Springfield Franchise Expo, because it sounds more American than the real Middle Eastern name. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Big Bowl For Treasure Frog
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Big Double Juicy
        • Menu option at Burger Burger Burger, Nile's favorite new restaurant when he catches the fast food bug (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • Big Homey with Bacon
        • Burger menu option at Planet Vought, the Vought superhero themed restaurant like Planet Hollywood, where Homelander and Stormfront take Ryan. (Season 2 episode What I Know)
    • Big Slurp
        • Menu option at Burger Burger Burger, Nile's favorite new restaurant when he catches the fast food bug (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • Blood Of Baby Mice
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("YUMMY! Delicacy dish guaranteed fresh from New York City yummy yummy!)
    • Blow burger
        • Menu item at Gulp 'n' Blow, the fast food restaurant where Sideshow Mel works when Krusty's show gets canceled. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Bouchee Pomme De Terre Fromage
        • Menu item that Sam orders at The Cafe, a trendy new restaurant where Diane has reservations, at least until Sam cancels hers and makes one of his own under a fake name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • A Bowl Of Mosquitoes, The Big Motherfuckers From Down At The Swamps
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Bowling Alley Yakatori
        • Menu item at the snack bar at Takamoto Bowl, where Shaggy and Scooby are attacked by Dick Dastardly's robots.
    • Brain Burger With Extra Pus
        • Cheeseburger that Bart orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Braised Fillet Of Martian Mole Cricket
        • Dish Joe Chip intends to eat at The Matador restaurant.
    • Brave Maeve Rainbow Veggie Burger
        • Veggie burger menu option at Planet Vought, the Vought superhero themed restaurant like Planet Hollywood, where Homelander and Stormfront take Ryan. (Season 2 episode What I Know)
    • Breakfast Balls
        • Homer rushes to Krusty Burger to order Breakfast Balls before they stop serving, but gets stuck behind former president George Bush in the drive thru lane. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Bregit Lung
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Brisket Of Meat W/Sauce
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Broiled Krada Legs
        • Kira invites Odo out to lunch at the Klingon restaurant because she's craving broiled krada legs. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • The Bruce Willis
        • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father says he doesn't like his work. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Bucket Of Salad
        • Salad that Chet's wife Connie orders at the Paul Bunyan's Cupboard restaurant, and Chet says he'll split with her.
    • Bucket Of Wings With Full Release
        • Menu item option at L Pollo Borracho.
    • Bullet Sandwich
        • Threat Vermigurber, the fly that runs a frog restaurant, makes to Rick: Well you came to the right place 'cause you're about to get a bullet sandwich on two slices of whole gun. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Burweedo
        • The guys open a weed dispensary in the form of a burrito shop and sell burritos with weed in them. (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • Businessman's Special
        • Menu item at the Wall Street Saloon on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Cafeteria-style Fish Sticks
        • Special fish sticks in Lisa's Strike Preparedness Kit that she pulls out when the teachers of Springfield Elementary School go on strike. (Season 6 episode The PTA Disbands)
    • Cajun Kick Ass
        • Chicken nugget dipping sauce, a new formulation designed to alleviate the potential for gastric distress brought on by the original. (Season 5 episode Madrigal)
    • Calamari A Luigi
        • Menu item at Luigi's restaurant (Season 3 episode 25 Rescue Me)
    • Calico Claws
        • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Caliente Burger
        • Menu item at D's Diner. "Hot chiles that'll make you sing" (song D's Diner, from the Purple Onion by The Les Claypool Frog Brigade)
    • Canned Brownies In Light Syrup
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Caramel Crunch Surprise
        • Ice cream flavor available at 32 Ice Cream, an ice cream parlor at the Island Mall shopping mall, where Blowtorch and Airborne take Spirit Iron Knife to get a medicinal root (Issue #33 Celebration!)
    • Carnivore Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Carnivore Platter
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer (Season 4 episode 2 Woody Goes Belly Up)
    • Cat Soup
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • Cat Taco Grilled Over a Garbage Fire
        • Taco that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Cat Tails
        • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Cavellian Spiceroot
        • Navarian delicacy programmed into the food synthesizers. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Dagger)
    • Celestial Ambrosia
        • Name for the tuna salad menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Chan-berries
        • The name that Chandler gives to his cranberry dish for Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 10 episode The One With the Late Thanksgiving)
    • Charlize Theron's Yellowtail
        • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Cheese Please Burger
        • Menu item at the diner where the main character meets the man interested in making a donation
    • Cheese-Laroy
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • The Chef's Special Ribs
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Chicago 7 Layer Cake
        • Dessert menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Chicago-style Alaska Mini-bites
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. "With an order of Chicago-style Alaska mini-bites, you're entitled to a free hour of karaoke." (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Chick 'n' Bucket
        • Menu option at Burger Burger Burger, Nile's favorite new restaurant when he catches the fast food bug (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • Chicken On The Half Shell
        • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Chili Cat
        • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Chinese Boyfriend Steak
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie (Further described within the menu as "rodent from exotic streets of Staten")
    • Chinese Chives Squirr
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Squid And Yellow Sauce Party On Plate")
    • Chinese Eatballs
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Chipped Pork On Bun
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Chocolate Bomb
        • Dessert that Danny and Theo share at their anniversary dinner. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
    • Churrasco Brasil
        • Menu item mentioned at the Brazilian restaurant where they ladies go before their ill-fated dress fitting
    • The Clams Casino
        • Chef recommended dish that George orders at Monk's Cafe. (Season 9 episode The Betrayal)
    • Colorado Bean Strips
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • The Colossal Donut
        • Menu item at Lard Lad Donuts. Homer orders one, expecting a giant donut, but gets a regular sized donut, so he steals the big metal donut from the sign outside. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Combo #1: Burweedo, Drink, Chip
        • Menu item at Best Buds, the guys' combination burrito shop/weed dispensary (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • Combo #2: Burweedo, Chips, Drink
        • Menu item at Best Buds, the guys' combination burrito shop/weed dispensary (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • Combo #3: Burweedos, Drink, Chips
        • Menu item at Best Buds, the guys' combination burrito shop/weed dispensary (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • The Cordova
        • The style of "big sandwich" that Joe and Brian order for Fay's retirement party
    • Cornaroni
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Crazy Burger
        • burger option at Meaty Boy fast food restaurant - kind of an inside out burger
    • Crazy Sticks
        • Mr. Poopy Butthole orders pizza and "crazy sticks" from an unnamed pizza delivery joint in the end credits (Season 2 episode 10 The Wedding Squanchers)
    • Crazy, Rocking' Hummus Dip
        • Menu item - only $1 extra when you buy a Hero Fusion Burger, available from the Middle Eastern food truck Ibrahim and Osman's Gyro Fusion Burgers. (Season 5 episode A Cappella Club)
    • Cream Of Lunch Soup
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Cream of Sum Yung Gai
        • Dish that Wayne jokingly requests when Benjamin suggests ordering Chinese takeout.
    • Cricket Soup With Coconut Base And Lotus Root
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Lunch Specials page in the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Favorite for lunch")
    • Crispy Colorectal
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Crispy Hare In Schezuan Fancy Style
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Critic's Special
        • Menu item at the Frying Dutchman, the Sea Captain's restaurant, which Homer reviews when he becomes a food critic. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Crumb, Jimmy Covered
        • Donut menu item at Stan Mikita's Donuts, probably a nod to sportscaster Jimmy Crum.
    • Cuttlefish Bisque
        • Men item at Degas (Season 2 episode Adventures in Paradise)
    • Dandelion Greens, A Cow Hip And A Dog Face, Wrapped In An Old Ebony Magazine And Served In A Shoebox
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Deconstructed Meatball Sub
        • Sandwich Boyle comes up with for his new food truck business. Since the truck was deconstructed, they do deconstructed food. For the meatball sub: a meatball, rolled in breadcrumbs with a caramelized tomato sauce drizzle. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • Deep Fried Pooterballs
        • "Pooterballs are made out of people!" Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. "Pooter meat with a taste that's oddly familiar." (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Deep-friend Curly Ribs
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • The Defibrillator
        • Menu item at Cafe Nervosa, French roast, with three shots of espresso. (Season 8 episode A Passing Fancy)
    • Der Hamburger
        • Menu items at “Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World’s Epcot Center, include “La Pizza”, “Der Hamburger” and “Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: “Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Dessert Salad
        • The gang is served salad for dessert during their final test at Ultra-Max. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • The Devil Ray Filet
        • menu option at the Belaying Pin
        • available deep fried in beer batter
    • Donkey Teeth, Stuck In Some Honey Glaze And Fried With Fat Back, Served In An Old Tin Coffee Can
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Doodlemunch
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Double-yolk Quail Egg Omelet With Estonian Caviar And Basil Grafted From An Italian Monastery (with Truffle Oil)
        • Dish Vincent serves to Carter's ex-wife (Season 2 episode Unpredictable)
    • Doughnut Burger with Cheese
        • Menu item at Krusty Burger. Homer orders two Krusty shakes, a doughnut burger with cheese and a party-size bucket of flan. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
    • The Douglas Sirk 50 Oz. Steak
        • Menu Item that Vincent orders at Jackrabbit Slim's restaurant, bloody as hell. Also available burnt to a crisp.
    • Durward Kirby Burger
        • Menu Item that Mia orders at Jackrabbit Slim's restaurant, bloody.
    • Egg Salad From a Hospital Vending Machine in Azerbaijan
        • Hors d'oeuvre at the Bad Place museum party. Have a terrible evening. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • El Gato Stew
        • Menu item (Daily stray special) at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • The Enemy Combatant
        • Menu item available at the fictional Le Talion restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene (Torture and privacy laws weren't the only laws Cheney re-write with John Yoo. They had a full menu of legal opinions stretching and challenging constitutional and international law.): "A person is not a prisoner of war, or a criminal, which means of course that he has absolutely no protection under the law."
    • The Enforcer
        • Steak menu option at Charles Mulligan's steakhouse, which Ron Swanson ate on January 7, 2000. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Eudoxus Over Easy With Spinach And Ginseng Reduction
        • Menu Item at Café Diem, named after the Greek astronomer (Season 1 episode Right as Raynes)
    • Extra Big-ass Taco
        • Menu item at stupid future Carl's Jr. "Now with more molecules"
    • Extraordinarily Proud And Supple Breasts
        • Manager's special at Farmer Jack's Chicken, Chicken, Chicken (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • An Extraordinary Rendition
        • Menu item available at the fictional Le Talion restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene (Torture and privacy laws weren't the only laws Cheney re-write with John Yoo. They had a full menu of legal opinions stretching and challenging constitutional and international law.): "Suspects are abducted without record on foreign soil and taken to foreign prisons in countries that still torture."
    • Eyeball Stew
        • Stew that Homer orders at Tavern on the Scream, the restaurant where the Simpsons eat at Itchy & Scratchy Land. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Faberge Egg Salad
        • Food served at the Springfield Preparatory School's Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Fabulous Crispy Duck
        • Menu item at Degas (Season 2 episode Adventures in Paradise)
    • Falafel Hotdogs With Cinnamon And Bacon
        • Ron: "By the way Brick, what is that you're eating?" Brick: "Oh, it's one of those delicious falafel hotdogs with cinnamon and bacon on top." Ron: "What do you mean, one of those? Those don't exist. That's a used coffee filter with cigarette butts on it." Brick: "Well, I got it out of the food basket at the end of the lunch line." Brian: "That's the garbage can."
    • Fallout Flapjacks
        • Special at Café Diem (Season 2 episode God is in the Details)
    • Fancy Scary Fish In Oyster Soup
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Lunch Specials page in the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Fanciest dish. Recommended by Wu himself')
    • Fat Man
        • $12.95 menu item advertised at Sha-Boom Ka-Boom! Cafe, a cafe seen on John's killer tour of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Fay's Bran Muffin
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • Feast of Twelve Delights with Triple Happiness Sauce
        • Menu item that Lisa asks about at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Feeding Frenzy Special For Two
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer (Season 5 episode 24 Cheers: The Movie)
    • The Feeding Frenzy
        • Menu item at Ahab's Fast Food restaurant where Kenny works (Season 2 episode All in the Family)
    • Feline And Fries
        • Menu item (served with or without gravy) at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • The Fiesta
        • A style of "big sandwich" Roy mentions in Season 6 episode Gone But Not Faygotten - one of the styles that Roy thought Joe and Brian would get for Fay's retirement party (they got the Cordova)
    • Fish Man Platter With Eyeball Side Dish
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Fishy In Scallion Sauce
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Please Ask For Variety")
    • FLT Sandwich
        • Face, Lettuce & Tomato sandwich (sheep face, lamb face, sometimes owl), the main menu item served at the Urmanian deli Taste of Urmania! where The Tick and Arthur go looking for Dr. Karamazov (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android)
    • Foie D'anguille Ravalais
        • Menu item that Sam orders at The Cafe, a trendy new restaurant where Diane has reservations, at least until Sam cancels hers and makes one of his own under a fake name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • The Four Horse-meals Of The Egg-pork-calypse
        • The world's best breakfast dish. Menu item at J.J's Diner. (Season 3 episode Time Capsule)
    • Fragrant Eggplant
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Franch
        • Chicken nugget half-French dressing, half Ranch dipping sauce being developed at Madrigal headquarters. (Season 5 episode Madrigal)
    • Frasier Crane's Double Decker
        • Frasier-themed sandwich Gil suggests for Rosenthal's deli after reading Frasier's friend's book - It consists of aged pheasant, spring chicken, and of course, plenty of tongue (Season 2 episode Slow Tango in South Seattle)
    • Fricadelle De Veau A La Nicoise
        • The only menu item left when Diane goes to order at The Cafe, a trendy new restaurant where Diane has reservations, at least until Sam cancels hers and makes one of his own under a fake name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Friend And Boyfriend Sticky Crab
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Frog Sweetbread
        • The Crying Man's number one fan on the world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female takes Rembrandt out to eat and orders him his counterpart's favorite dish - the best frog sweetbreads in all of San Angeles. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • Froggie Friend Halves On Salad
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Lunch Specials page in the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Fromage a Trois
        • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's: cheese tray featuring buffalo dick cheese. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Fry The Egg Of Temple
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Fry The Noodles Of You
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • The Fudge Volcano
        • Dessert menu item at the Hungry Heifer (Season 9 episode 6 Grease)
    • Full Roast Tabby
        • Taco that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Gagh
        • Klingon dish.
        • Bashir receives Worf's breakfast - an order of gagh instead of hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea. Julian Bashir: It's a little early for gagh. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Klingon dish that Jake and Leanne reminisce about eating at the Klingon restaurant on the promenade. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
    • Gallo Taco
        • Menu item at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Gangway
        • Flavor of hot sauce served at Lowell's favorite wings place. They serve hot, extra hot and gangway. (Season 7 episode The Person Formerly Known as Lowell)
    • Gary Coleman Gazpacho
        • Menu item at Cafe Luna, a trendy restaurant on Melrose Avenue where Ben and the cast eat lunch (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Gelatin Balls
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • German Muffin
        • Muffin served at The Quiet Corn, the local bed and breakfast where the department ends up after Leslie's failed camping trip. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • The Geronimo Burger
        • Joke Sam makes about what he'll order at the Indian restaurant (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Giddyup Strawberry
        • ice cream flavor at Pistol Patty's Cowboy Creamery (episode A fistful of paintballs)
    • Giggling Scoundrel
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Glutbucket
        • New menu option at Chicken-4-Dayz, seen on MSBSea ticker tape in season 2 episode Hank After Dark - Scientists declare Chicken-4-Dayz new glutbucket "Part of a balanced breakfast"
    • The Good Morning Burger
        • TV commercial that Homer watches: We take 18 ounces of sizzling ground beef and soak it in rich creamery butter. Then we top it off with bacon, ham and a fried egg. We call it the Good Morning Burger. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Grilled Free-range Rabbit With Herbed French Fries
        • Special at the "chicks' restaurant" in the opening scene.
    • Guantanamo Bay
        • Menu item available at the fictional Le Talion restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene (Torture and privacy laws weren't the only laws Cheney re-write with John Yoo. They had a full menu of legal opinions stretching and challenging constitutional and international law.): "It's very, very complicated, but it does allow you to operate outside the purview of due process on land which isn't technically US territory but where we still do have control."
    • Guilt-free Steak Fish Filets
        • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag, which Moe admits to Marge is actually bottom feeding suction eel. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Hagenplopen
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Haitian Banana Soup
        • Haitian banana soup: Stew two pounds of goat or chicken with a half cup of chopped onions, a teaspoon of salt, half a teaspoon of black pepper, and a pinch of crushed red pepper. Use two quarts of water. Stew for an hour. Add three peeled yams and three peeled bananas, cut into chunks. Simmer until the meat is tender. Take out the meat. What is left is eight servings of Haitian banana soup. Bon appétit!
    • Haitian Fresh Fish In Coconut Cream
        • Recipe: Put two cups of grated coconut in cheesecloth over a bowl. Pour a cup of hot milk over it, and squeeze it dry. Repeat this with two more cups of hot milk. The stuff in the bowl is the sauce. Mix a pound of sliced onions, a teaspoon of salt, a half teaspoon of black pepper, and a teaspoon of crushed pepper. Sauté the mixture in butter until soft but not brown. Add four pounds of fresh fish chunks, and cook them for about a minute on each side. Pour the sauce over the fish, cover the pan, and simmer for ten minutes. Uncover the pan and baste the fish until it is done—and the sauce has become creamy. Serves eight vaguely disgruntled guests at the Grand Hotel Oloffson.
    • Half-man Half-ape Burgers
        • Burgers for sale in Tenderfoot Gorge when Homer is spotted covered in mud and mistaken for Bigfoot. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • Health Fried Chicken
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Lunch Specials page in the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Health Fried Turtles
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Heavenly Ambrosia
        • Name for the egg salad menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Hegel's Bagels
        • The Cafe Kafka coffee shop on the Springfield University campus features Hegel's Bagels. "Tonight: Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky" (Season 14 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Helen's Hashbrowns
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • Hero Fusion Burger
        • Menu item available at the Middle Eastern food truck Ibrahim and Osman's Gyro Fusion Burgers. (Season 5 episode A Cappella Club)
    • Home Town Shred Meat
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Homemade Krunchy Choo Choo Burger
        • Burger for $6.99 that's advertised on table at restaurant where Jerry goes out for drinks with the girls from accounting
    • Homer's Patented, Space-age, Out Of This World Moon Waffles
        • Waffles Homer makes when he stays home and the rest of the Simpsons go to church. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Hot Blood Grog Served in The Skull of Gribnar The Rarely Gentle
        • Dish that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Hot Lettuce Injection
        • Menu item at Krusty Burger. "A heart healthy selection" (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Hot Moat Apple Pie
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • House Special T-bone Steak
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • House-a-Hula Burger
        • Menu item at D's Diner. (song D's Diner, from the Purple Onion by The Les Claypool Frog Brigade)
    • Huevos Buffaleros
        • Homer as Connie Appleseed's father requests various buffalo products for breakfast, including buffalo sausage, huevos buffaleros, and some fresh-squeezed buffal-O.J,, from the Singing Hobo's Connie Appleseed story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • The Humongous
        • Name for a very large pizza at Mike's Pizza Barge. (Season 1 episode Mother and Child Reunion)
    • Humunga Cucamonga
        • The pizza that the guys must eat at Rancho Cucapizza to win The 11th Annual Humonga Cucamonga Challenge (Season 3 episode True Dromance)
    • Ice-T Iced Tea
        • Menu item at Cafe Luna, a trendy restaurant on Melrose Avenue where Ben and the cast eat lunch (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Isotope Dog Supreme
        • New hot dog menu item at Duff Stadium with mesquite grilled onions, jalapeño relish and mango-lime salsa - southwestern ingredients because Duff has decided to move the Springfield Isotopes to Albuequerque. "The truth never tasted so good." (Season 12 episode Hungry, Hungry Homer)
    • I'danian Spice Pudding
        • Bashir eats pudding when meeting with Garak. (Season 2 episode The Wire) Dessert that Jake eats. (Season 3 episode The Search Part 1) Quark serves I'danian Spice Pudding at Sisko's party. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
    • The Jackie Mason
        • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father says it makes him gassy. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Jackpot Meal
        • Meal combo option available at Lucky Burger, the fast food restaurant where Lisa goes undercover (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Jambon Farci Et Braise
        • Menu item that Diane tries to order but they're all out of at The Cafe, a trendy new restaurant where Diane has reservations, at least until Sam cancels hers and makes one of his own under a fake name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Jerk Chicken Kabob
        • Menu item at the Bliss Pointe restaurant. (Season 1 episode I Can't Go Back)
    • Jester Fries
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • The Joey Bishop
        • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Krusty's father calls it too fatty. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Josh Groban's Softshell Crab
        • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Jumbo Fishdog
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Kenya Cappuccino
        • Special menu item at Cafe Nervosa (Season 1 episode My Coffee with Niles)
    • Kiddy Castle Meal
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • King-size Relish Burger
        • Fletch hasn't paid his ex-wife Linda alimony but he did take her out to lunch once
    • Kitty Cubes
        • The gang is served their favorite meals during their final test at Ultra-Max. Tiger receives kitty cubes. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • Krabby Patties
        • The magical book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants and his adventures in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant, where he cooks Krabby Patties. SpongeBob has spent several years protecting the secret formula of the Krabby Patty from Plankton, the owner of the Chum Bucket eatery.
    • Krusty Burger Happy Meal
        • Bart gets a Happy Meal with a Plastic Krustysaurus as a prize - a dinosaur with Krusty's head, and Abe gets a Nostalgia Meal with 2 ration stamps and an artillery shell full of oleo, plus a Liberace action figure prize. (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Krusty Burger Nostalgia Meal
        • Bart gets a Happy Meal with a Plastic Krustysaurus as a prize - a dinosaur with Krusty's head, and Abe gets a Nostalgia Meal with 2 ration stamps and an artillery shell full of oleo, plus a Liberace action figure prize. (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • The Krusty the Clown
        • Sandwich menu option at Izzy's Deli, where Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch in an attempt to get them to reconcile. Ham, sausage and bacon, with a smidge of mayo, on white. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • Kurr Sauce
        • Terran empire condiment that Philippa Georgiou mentions: Did you just spill Kurr sauce on my boots? (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • La Bombe
        • Giant eclaire. The restaurant owners of Springfield to whom Homer gave bad reviews plan to kill Homer with a poisoned pastry, created by the chef from The French Confection. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • La Pizza
        • Menu items at “Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World’s Epcot Center, include “La Pizza”, “Der Hamburger” and “Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: “Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Laffy Meal Fun Box
        • Lou eats a Laffy Meal Fun Box, Krusty Burger version of a Happy Meal. (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Lamb Vindaloo
        • Menu item at Rajah's Indian restaurant where Sam, Claudia and Diane eat dinner (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Laverne And Curly Fries
        • Menu item at the Moondance Diner, the 50s themed diner where Monica works. (Season 2 episode The One With the Bullies)
    • Little Boy
        • $3.95 menu item advertised at Sha-Boom Ka-Boom! Cafe, a cafe seen on John's killer tour of Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Liver Pig Sponge Soup
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Lobster Buttons
        • One of Vincent's specialties that Carter remembers from the alternate timeline. Well, he remembers them as balls, but Henry corrects him. They're buttons. (Season 2 episode Phoenix Rising)
    • Lobster De Love
        • Dish Virtual Vincent serves to Carter and Allison on their "romantic" getaway in the enchanting Global Dynamics aqua farm. "This succulent invertebrate is one of lake Archimedes' most voracious bottom feeders and is a denizen of the aquafarms." (Season 5 episode In Too Deep)
    • Lobster Risotto In A Heart-shaped Mold
        • $35 dish at the restaurant where Joey, his date and his family and friends spend Valentine's Day. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Valentine's Date)
    • The Log Roller
        • Menu item available at Little Red Cabin, a chain of diners where the Crane family used to eat when the boys were growing up, a flank steak wrapped around a combination of eggs, cheese and onions (Season 7 episode RDWRER)
    • Lorvan Crackers
        • Bashir’s prescription for Kira when she’s overworked include Karvino juice, Lorvan crackers, a holosuite program, a jumja stick, and gambling tokens. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Lowell Kabob
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours - and leaves it up to Lowell to come up with his. he brainstorms several options.
    • Lowell Melt
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours - and leaves it up to Lowell to come up with his. he brainstorms several options.
    • Lowell Slaw
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours - and leaves it up to Lowell to come up with his. he brainstorms several options.
    • Lucky Meal
        • Meal combo option available at Lucky Burger, the fast food restaurant where Lisa goes undercover (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Macho Nachos
        • Menu item at the Bliss Pointe restaurant. (Season 1 episode I Can't Go Back)
    • Maggot Risotto
        • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Man Fruit Braise The North Almond
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Manifest Destiny Package
        • Option available at the Cowboy Skyscraper Buffet, an American themed restaurant in Australia. Janet explains the option when Trevor requests the Florida table. Janet: "Someone's seated there. But if you purchase our Manifest Destiny package for $30, you can have anyone you want forcibly removed from the table." (Season 3 episode The Brainy Bunch)
    • Manipulative Shrew
        • Joke Chandler makes about what Monica is going to order at the restaurant, after she lies to get him into bed because she's ovulating. (Season 9 episode The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner)
    • Mary Hoobler's Barbecue Sauce
        • How to make Mary Hoobler's barbecue sauce: Sauté a cup of chopped onions and three chopped garlic cloves in a quarter of a pound of butter until tender. Add a half cup of catsup, a quarter cup of brown sugar, a teaspoon of salt, two teaspoons of freshly ground pepper, a dash of Tabasco, a tablespoon of lemon juice, a teaspoon of basil, and a tablespoon of chili powder. Bring to a boil and simmer for five minutes.
    • Mary Hoobler's Chitlins
        • Recipe: Take the small intestine of a pig, cut it up into two-inch sections, and wash and wash them, changing the water often, until no fatty particles remain. Boil them for three or four hours with onions, herbs, and garlic. Serve with greens and grits.
    • Mary Hoobler's Corn Bread
        • Recipe: Mix together in a bowl half a cup of flour, one and a half cups of yellow corn-meal, a teaspoon of salt, a teaspoon of sugar, and three teaspoons of baking powder. Add three beaten eggs, a cup of milk, a half cup of cream, and a half cup of melted butter. Pour it into a well-buttered pan and bake it at four hundred degrees for fifteen minutes. Cut it into squares while it is still hot. Bring the squares to the table while they are still hot, and folded in a napkin.
    • Matopin Rock Fungi Tossed On a Bed of Tartoc and Seasoned with Clavisoa Berries
        • 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)
    • McSalsa And Chips
        • Kit: You know, I was in a class where we had to do fake ads for McDonalds and Ikea, and I came with McSalsa and chips.
    • The Me Oh My-a Jumbo-laya
        • Menu item at the diner where the main character meets the man interested in making a donation
    • Meatball Salad
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Meaty Bagel Special
        • Menu item in Goat's convenience store, (Season 1 episode Secret/Identity)
    • Million Dollar Birthday Fries
        • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. When somebody orders it, Moe brings it out strapped to his head, singing and dancing. Todd Flanders orders it for his birthday, as do the twins Sherri and Terri. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Moby Shake
        • Menu item at Ahab's Fast Food restaurant where Kenny works (Season 2 episode All in the Family)
    • Mocha Cirillium Latte
        • Coffee beverage served at Café Diem (Season 1 episode Blink)
    • Moe's Hobo Chicken Chili
        • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag that Moe recommends to Marge. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Morning Dong
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Mustafa-Kebab
        • Menu item available at the Middle Eastern food truck Mustafa's Kebabs. (Season 5 episode A Cappella Club)
    • Nacho Cheez
        • Product sold at Kwik-E-Mart, which Snake uses to test out the Genuine Hair Comb. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée)
    • Nanturkey Burger
        • Menu item at Helen's lunch counter (Season 7 episode Lynch Party)
    • Nervosa Berry
        • Scone Frasier eats at Cafe Nervosa, which he suspects is just yesterday's banana (Season 9 episode The First Temptation of Daphne)
    • Nobby Buns
        • Midway through the credits the audience is given a recipe for Nobby Buns.
    • Not A Mono-character Ward
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Ancient Sea Crab Saved From History")
    • Nozala Sandwich
        • The Orion Syndicate goons on Farius that Miles infiltrates order some nozala sandwiches with extra vilm sauce. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Number Two
        • Menu item at local restaurant Paunch Burger: Double Bacon Grenade Deluxe, hash browns, chili cheese fries, and one poached egg. (Season 5 episode Soda Tax)
    • The Nuzzy Guzzy Fresh And Fluzzy Special
        • Menu item at the immortality restaurant in Season 3 episode 5 The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy
    • The Old '96er
        • Steak that Chet orders at the Paul Bunyan's Cupboard restaurant. Their world famous Paul Bunyan's blue ox steak, a 96 ounce prime aged beef steak, and if you or any member of your party orders it and finishes, everybody eats for free.
    • Outback Roasters
        • New menu item at Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack. "It's like a walkabout in your mouth!" (Season 6 episode Everybody Loves Hugo)
    • Oyster Dog
        • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Palamarian Sea Urchin Lightly Sautéed with Garlic and Moon Grass
        • 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)
    • Palmolive Potatoes
        • Joke Chandler makes when he's making the cranberry dish for Thanksgiving dinner, after Monica reminds him not to use soap when cleaning the vegetables. (Season 10 episode The One With the Late Thanksgiving)
    • Pan Fried Dried Squid And Little Fish
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Party-size Bucket of Flan
        • Menu item at Krusty Burger. Homer orders two Krusty shakes, a doughnut burger with cheese and a party-size bucket of flan. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment Night of the Dolphin)
    • Paul Bunyan
        • Steak entree available at The Timber Mill (Season 1 episode Dinner at Eight)
    • Paul Reiser's Salmon
        • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Peanut Butter Soup With Smoked Duck And Mashed Squash
        • Menu item at Barcadia. New York Matinee called it "a playful, but mysterious little dish”.
    • Peter Bogdanovich's Saltwater Eel
        • Tom takes Donna to the hottest restaurant in L.A., where all the sushi is made from fish previously owned by celebrities. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • Philly Fudge Steak
        • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Phone Sticks
        • Menu item served at La poltrona fame, the restaurant on world where people are furniture and furniture are people (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Phones A La Clams
        • Menu item served at La poltrona fame, the restaurant on world where people are furniture and furniture are people (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Phonesghetti With Phone Balls
        • Menu item served at La poltrona fame, the restaurant on world where people are furniture and furniture are people (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • The Pickle Pork Soups The Bat
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Pig Feet And Four Pounds Of Grits And A Little Dixie Cup Full Of Lard
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Pizza Crepe Taco Pancake Chili Bag
        • Taco Town's Pizza Crepe Taco Pancake Chili Bag comes with a crunchy shell in a soft flour tortilla, which itself is in a corn tortilla that's also deep-fried with a Parisian crepe. And then it's in a deep-dish pizza that's tucked into a blueberry pancake, and the whole thing is accompanied by a commemorative tote bag.
    • Pizza-stuffed-crust Pizza
        • Pizza whose crust was stuffed with little pizzas, and the crust of those little pizzas was made of chocolate. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Plate of Cracklins
        • Side dish that Tiger orders at Super Gallito, the taco truck in Stu Camillo's virtual world MARS. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Plate Of Ham Hocks, Deep-fried, Blackened, And Served On A Bed Of Mustard Greens
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • A Platter Of Stork Ankles, An Old Cellar Door, A Possum Spine And A Human Foot
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Plomeek Soup
        • Quark plans a wonderful meal for him and his new gunrunning Vulcan friend Sakonna, starting with plomeek soup - a traditional Vulcan favorite - followed by jumbo Romulan mollusks. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1) Bashir orders soup at the Replimat. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark) Bashir orders plomeek soup for his lunch with Miles. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • The Pocket Knish
        • Menu item created by Lou and Harry for their delicatessen (Season 8 episode All About Christmas Eve)
    • Polio Dogs
        • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Polpenlügen
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Poodlemunch
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Pragus Cake
        • Malloy and LaMarr hide a piece of Yaphit in the pragus cake in the buffet - and Bortus eats it. (Season 1 episode New Dimensions)
    • Prince Sundae
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • The Pullet And Hullet Platter
        • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Puree of Beetle
        • Dish that Quark has ready for Rom, as he has it after work every morning. But not this time - this time he orders a traditional Earth breakfast, emulating Chief O'Brien. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Ranchy Wingy Thingys
        • Menu item on the Today's Specials board at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Rare-roasted Partridge Breast In Raspberry Coulis With A Sorrel Timbale
        • Special at the "chicks' restaurant" in the opening scene.
    • Raw Pizza
        • Quickest pizza option on the menu at D'Alio Pizza parlor that Blake buys to throw at the other guys to beat them across town to the massage chair - "It's almost like regular pizza, but more rawer." (Season 4 episode Time Chair)
    • Raw Slug Liver
        • Quark: You know, Morn, there's nothing more invigorating than breakfast in a bar. Where else can you get raw slug liver first thing in the morning? (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Red And White Heirloom Red Bean Pasta
        • New dish at Tom's Bistro, served with an imported Tuscan walnut herb sauce infused with shaved heritage Pecorino Romano. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Red Hot Rancheroos
        • Menu item at T.J. O'Pootertoot's, a restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • Refried Dog Poop
        • Bart does impressions at the Springfield Elementary School talent show, including one of Lunchlady Doris: Today's special is refried dog poop. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Rock And Roll Baba Ganoush
        • Menu item - only $1 extra when you buy a Mustafa-Kebab, available from the Middle Eastern food truck Mustafa's Kebabs. (Season 5 episode A Cappella Club)
    • Rodeo Rocky Road
        • Ice cream flavor at Pistol Patty's Cowboy Creamery. (episode A fistful of paintballs)
    • Romulan Mollusks
        • Quark plans a wonderful meal for him and his new gunrunning Vulcan friend Sakonna, starting with plomeek soup - a traditional Vulcan favorite - followed by jumbo Romulan mollusks. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Rootleaf Stew
        • Stew originally from The Empire Strikes Back that's listed on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Rosemary Scrambled Quail Eggs
        • Menu item served at the Cinethrax movie theater. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • The Roy Jumbo Turkey Leg
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours. Roy objects to his menu item being a turkey leg and requests a salad instead.
    • The Roy Salad
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • The Royal Canadian Mounted Beef Barley Soup
        • Soup that Chet's wife Connie orders at the Paul Bunyan's Cupboard restaurant. The Royal Canadian Mounted was the erotic novel that John Candy's character reads in Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
    • Rurality Salad
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • A Rusty Bucket Full Of Fish Heads Wrapped In Razor Wire
        • Dish requested at Mama Sugarback's Soul Food Shack. (Season 1 episode Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow)
    • Salted Baked Duck Tongue
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Sautéed Bean Curd
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Screamin' Lime Sherbet
        • ice cream flavor at Pistol Patty's Cowboy Creamery (episode A fistful of paintballs)
    • Seasoned Eel With Fried Lotus Skces
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie ("Head Of Fish Extra")
    • Seasoned Steam Garlic Balls
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Second Breakfast
        • Fast food restaurant menu item, reference to a hobbit's daily meal between breakfast and lunch.
    • Senior Burger & Fries
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Señor Grilled Cheese
        • Menu items at “Cafe”, the restaurant at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World’s Epcot Center, include “La Pizza”, “Der Hamburger” and “Señor Grilled Cheese”. Marge Simpson: “Wow, the restaurant is so international.” (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Shaquille Burrit-O'Neal
        • Blake and Adam's idea for a new burrito to sell at Best Buds, Carl's burrito and weed shop - The world's largest burrito. (Season 4 episode Best Buds)
    • Shark Butt with Butt Sauce
        • Menu item that Bart orders at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • Shark Dogs
        • Hot dog sold at Metropolis Stadium that Pete mentions to Chloe, while under the influence of her truth powers telling her that Clark can get there and back in ten minutes. (Season 3 episode Truth)
    • Shredded Squid Chili Style
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Simmer Urinal Platter
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Sir Fish A-lots
        • Menu item available at fast food restaurant Burger Castle, joint where you better "simmah down.” (Host Tobey Maguire 04/15/00)
    • Sir Loin-a-lot
        • Steak available by special request at new Springfield restaurant The Slaughterhouse that's the size of a boogie board. Homer orders it, along with meatballs to drink. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Slippery Chicken
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Sloppy Jimbo
        • New menu item available in the Springfield Elementary School cafeteria after the staff start cooking students. (Season 6 episode Treehouse of Horror V - segment: Nightmare Cafeteria)
    • Sloppy Joe Hackett
        • After visiting restaurants in Boston with menu items named after celebrities, Helen decides to rename her menu items after her friends in Season 5 episode Exclusively Yours.
    • Slow Roasted Polder Side Farms Organic Pig Served in a Gribiche Sauce and Garnished with Wild Pheasant Egg Yoke and Seckel Pears
        • Dinner served at the opening of Emily's restaurant Greenpoint Pastures. (Season 1 episode The Case of the Stolen Skateboard)
    • Slutz Sauce
        • Condiment served at Wing Slutz, the Hooters style fast food chain that turns Hitchcock and Scully from heroes into zeroes. "Seriously. Hot. Wings." (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
    • Snail Steak
        • The chairman of Slug-O-Cola takes Quark - disguised as female Lumba - out to eat snail steals at Quark’s. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Sop-A-Bulba
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Soul Food From Maine
        • Hors d'oeuvre at the Bad Place museum party. Have a terrible evening. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • Soul Mate Muffins
        • Muffins sold at the Tea for Two Couples Cafe in Neighborhood 12358W, currently on sale - 2 for the price of zero. (Season 1 episode 6 What We Owe to Each Other)
    • Southwestern Pizza Fingers
        • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag, which are described as awesomely outrageous. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Spab Burger
        • New menu item sold at Burger Boy after the hostage crisis
    • Spaghetti Africaine
        • Menu item that Laurie Juspeczyk orders at Rafael's when eating dinner with Dan Dreiberg.
    • Spaghetti And Moe Balls
        • Menu item at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag that Bart orders, and Homer finishes when Bart leaves early. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Spice Curls
        • Los Pollos Hermanos' latest offering - "The curly fry with the southwestern kick" (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • Spring Passion Pie
        • New pie flavor Chuck creates and Ned says he'll add to the Pie Hole menu in Season 2 episode 5 Dim Sum Lose Some
    • Squid Ravioli In A Lemongrass Broth With Goat Cheese Profiteroles
        • Special at the "chicks' restaurant" in the opening scene.
    • Stewed Bok-rat Liver
        • Dish served aboard the IKS Rotarran. Jadzia Dax exclaimed it wasn't very fresh, but it would be better with the bloodwine she had brought from Deep Space 9. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Sticky Shingles
        • Menu item available at Little Red Cabin, a chain of diners where the Crane family used to eat when the boys were growing up (Season 7 episode RDWRER)
    • Sugar Pucks
        • Menu item at Stan Mikita's Donuts. Recommended by Wayne. They're excellent.
    • Super Carnivore Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Supertanker
        • Seafood platter at Captain Andy's (Season 2 episode The Story of Joe)
    • Surf N' Turf Special
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer - a tuna fish sandwich in beef gravy (Season 2 episodes 21 & 22 I'll Be Seeing You)
    • The Sushi Sampler
        • Menu item at The Happy Sumo. Recommendation for a family that's not sure they should be there. Has a little bit of everything. It is very nonthreatening. (Season 2 episode One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish)
    • Swanson
        • A turkey leg sold at the Freddy Spaghetti concert festival, with bacon. Ron: "They call it a Swanson." (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Swedish Eatballs
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • Sweet and Sour Rice with Fragrant Bee Bellies Or Cat Noses
        • Menu item that Lisa orders - without the fragrant bee bellies or cat noses - at Bob's Big Buddha, restaurant in Chinatown. (Season 13 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love)
    • The Sweet And Sour Taco
        • Menu item at the restaurant Senor José FongFrasier: "What a festive day this is. No stop has been un-pulled. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the anniversary luncheon spread supplied by our friends at Senor José Fong, home of the sweet and sour taco. (Season 9 episode The Two Hundredth Episode)
    • Swordfish Meatloaf With Onion Marmalade
        • Special at the "chicks' restaurant" in the opening scene.
    • A Taste of The Tundra
        • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's: Elk carpaccio, elderberry reduction, raw snails and a lichen gastrique. Pairs nicely with the cocktail of the evening: the Blazing Nog. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Tax Burger
        • Menu item that Homer orders at IRS Burger, previously known as Krusty Burger. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Teriyaki Pineapple Rings
        • Menu item at D's Diner. (song D's Diner, from the Purple Onion by The Les Claypool Frog Brigade)
    • Terleum Mollusks
        • Dish Rygel is served above the Peacekeeper command carrier. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Three Plum Pie
        • Pie flavor on the Pie Hole menu Ned brings his father's friend in Season 2 episode 5 Dim Sum Lose Some
    • Tijuana Tuna Melt
        • New Mexican-themed menu option Helen introduces when she changes up her lunch counter to compete with the new airport lunch cart (Season 8 episode Too Beautiful For You)
    • Todd-Mato 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!)
    • Tofu Dog With Mango Aioli
        • Menu item served at the Cinethrax movie theater. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • Tomato Sentiment Egg
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the list of specialties on the front of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Ton 'o T-bone
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer restaurant. For less than 4 bucks, you get 24 ounces of USDA choice "bef" (Season 3 episode 19 Behind Every Great Man)
    • Top Bcabe Muscle
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Tournedos Rossigni
        • Menu item that Diane tries to order but they're all out of at The Cafe, a trendy new restaurant where Diane has reservations, at least until Sam cancels hers and makes one of his own under a fake name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Tower of Babel
        • Ice cream menu option at the church's ice cream social that Homer orders. (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Triple Bacon, Double Mushroom, Swiss Melt Burger
        • New burger the guys want to try. (Season 1 episode The Promotion)
    • The Troy-Jan Horse
        • Troy's proposal for a new Shirley's Sandwiches menu item from season 4 episode 13
    • Turbo Dog
        • Hot dog product available at convenience store Snappy Snack Shack.
    • Turf And Turf
        • Entree Ron eats at a restaurant. Ron: "I call this Turf and Turf. It's a 16-ounce T-bone and a 24-ounce porterhouse. Also, whiskey and a cigar. I'm gonna consume all of this at the same time because I am a free American." (Season 2 episode Sweetums)
    • Turtle Vinegar In Ridge
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Tyne Daly Veggie Bob
        • Menu item at Cafe Luna, a trendy restaurant on Melrose Avenue where Ben and the cast eat lunch (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Ultra-feast
        • When Pam is pregnant, she and Kevin start eat together because they are both hungry at the same times - not all meals, just second breakfast, lunch, second lunch and first dinner. And now, an early dinner, which Kevin calls Ultra-feast, featuring a Hollywood menu theme. Kevin: "Our ultra feast menu's theme, Hollywood. We have ratatouille from Ratatouille, and tandoori chicken from Born Into Brothels. I tried to bake a cake like that District 9 prawn thing." (Season 6 episode Delivery)
    • Unamerican Cheese Sandwich
        • Menu item at Greaser's Cafe, a 50's style restaurant in Springfield. Marge comments, "It's clever how the names remind you of the 50s, and at the same time, tell you what there is to eat." (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Uncle Osbert
        • Joke Snarf makes - actually his real name, but he claims it's a Snarf delicacy when Panthro overhears Snarf's nephew call him that. (Season 1 episode Feliner)
    • The Unitary Executive Theory
        • Menu item available at the fictional Le Talion restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene (Torture and privacy laws weren't the only laws Cheney re-write with John Yoo. They had a full menu of legal opinions stretching and challenging constitutional and international law.): "We have the fact that under the unitary executive theory, if the president does anything, it must be legal, which of course means you can do whatever the fuck you want."
    • Unseasoned Rat Miscarriage
        • Dish that Wolf serves at Wolf-Hart's, his pièce de résistance. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • USS Butterscotch
        • The name of the Ice cream sundae dessert that Steve and Robin use to bribe Erica to help them out by crawling into the ventilation system at Starcourt Mall. (Season 3 episode Chapter Four: The Sauna Test)
    • The Veal Shank Redemption
        • Gil's name for the osso bucco entree at the Italian restaurant Bella, Bella (Season 7 episode They're Playing Our Song)
    • Vegan Sausage Biscuit With Jalapeño Chutney
        • Menu item served at the Cinethrax movie theater. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • Veggie Medley Wrap
        • Menu item on Shirley's Sandwiches menu in Season 6 episode 1 Ladders
    • Vincent's Famous Five Alarm Chili
        • Not quite hot enough to cause people to spontaneously combust (Season 2 episode Phoenix Rising)
    • Vinspresso Ice Cream
        • Dessert served at Cafe Diem (Season 3 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Vitamin Cobbler
        • Menu item on the lunch menu in a deleted high school cafeteria scene available in the televised version of the movie.
    • Vow Of Silence Jalapeño Poppers
        • Menu item at Chipmonk Charlie's restaurant.
    • The War Powers Act
        • Menu item available at the fictional Le Talion restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene (Torture and privacy laws weren't the only laws Cheney re-write with John Yoo. They had a full menu of legal opinions stretching and challenging constitutional and international law.): "A very fresh and delicious interpretation which gives the executive branch broad powers to attack nations or people who it deems still possibly a threat."
    • Wasabi Infused Rice Krispie Squares with a Portobello Glaze
        • Dish that Wolfgang Puck serves at the Springfield Preparatory School's Annual Fair. (Season 13 episode The Bart Wants What It Wants)
    • Wednesday Ribs-capade
        • Menu item at the Hungry Heifer on Wednesdays (Season 9 episode 6 Grease)
    • West Celery Fries The Tripe
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Whammy Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Whammy Burger with Cheese
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Whatcha-ma-Chicken
        • Previous menu item at Krusty Burger that Homer mentions that they took away from him. (Season 14 episode I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can)
    • Whisker Omelette
        • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Wing Dings
        • Menu item at Dip n' Fry (Season 10 episode 4 The Norm Who Came in from the Cold)
    • Wood Flower Sea Cucumber
        • Menu item available at Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant, from the Entree page of the fake menu for the restaurant, published on Sony Picture's promotional website for the movie
    • Yam
        • Menu item at FŪD, the cafeteria at Swedish furniture store and IKEA parody SHØP. (Season 11 episode Eight Misbehavin')
    • The Yippee Special
        • Menu item at unnamed fast food drive through restaurant that Jango and Radul visit. (Season 3 episode Zombody)
    • You
        • Menu item at Mickey Mao's, the Chinese restaurant from Itchy and Scratchy cartoon. When Scratchy asks what's on the menu, Itchy reveals, "You". (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • You Ain't Nothin' But A Corndog
        • Menu option at Burger Burger Burger, Nile's favorite new restaurant when he catches the fast food bug (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • You Keep The Hoof Night
        • Special night at the Hungry Heifer (Season 9 episode 6 Grease)
    • Your Favorite Meal
        • The only menu item available at The Good Plates restaurant that opens in Season 1 episode 4. "Food so good it ripped a hole in the universe"
    • Zimbabwe Latte
        • Special menu item at Cafe Nervosa (Season 1 episode My Coffee with Niles)

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