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1) Bagna Cauda.

2) President James Madison's wife was Dolly, and she frequently served ice cream at state dinners in the White House. She is generally credited with popularizing ice cream in America.
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3) Haggis is a Scottish specialty.
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4) Gefilte fish (filled [stuffed] fish), this classic Jewish dish is now usually made into balls or cakes rather than stuffed into the fish skin.

5) ‘Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs’, opened in 1916 by Nathan Handwerker, sold hot dogs for a nickel, his former employer had been selling them for a dime.
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6) Tamale (tamalli.).
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7) Tangelo.
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8) Teflon.
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9) Calzone, a first cousin to pizza, it is a half-moon shaped stuffed pizza that looks like a large turnover.
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10) The Daiquiri.
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