|Almond rice||A big rice dish for parties||4231||47%|
|Irish Carbomb||Really popular in Canada!||4092||53%|
|Red Rubber Bull||Guaranteed fun!||2776||51%|
|Refried dogs||Not *really* dogs, just Hot Dogs||3119||56%|
|Rocky Mountain Oysters||also called Prairie Oysters - quick and easy!||3276||60%|
|Tostada||Kind of like a taco salad||4258||56%|
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