An edible, higher-order Klingon worm (pronounced "rahkt"), served live at such spots as the Klingon restaurant on DS9. Bashir is familiar with it and ordered a serving for his dinner with Melora Pazlar.
red leaf tea
A Cardassian favorite of Dukat's, this drink was ordered in an attempt to interrupt the self-defense phaser lens in the Ops replicator. It was also enjoyed by Gilora, who asked O'Brien for a cup during...
A seasoning — otherwise unspecified except for its origin and its growth in clusters — used in the broth of a complex dish developed by Dr. Gideon Seyetik over several years. In this recipe, two clusters...
Animal native to Cardassia whose eggs are edible and often served as an appetizer. Quark thought he was impressing a Cardassian science team when he serves them fresh, non-replicated Regova eggs, but neither...
Regrean wheat husks
A grain commodity (pronounced "reh-GREE-un"). Hetman Drofo Awa claimed his Xepolite free trader was carrying 5,000 tons worth. While this could have been true (as his hull deflects sensor scans), Dukat...
A common grain of Earth origin which Neelix researched and served with a little fish and replicated ginger seasoning to Japanese officer Nogami of the '37s. Also, a wild variety of rice was part of Paris'...
Rokeg blood pie
A Klingon dish that Riker actually enjoyed while aboard the I.K.S. Pagh. It was one of the Klingon dishes — apparently Worf's favorite — that Helena Rozhenko learned to prepare for her foster Klingon son.
An infamous blue alchoholic beverage with a powerful kick, the drink has been banned in the United Federation of Planets since before 2285 and is still not a commonly known commodity. It was unavailable...
An edible sea creature native to Romulus that is a noted, and likely expensive, delicacy. Quark served an entree of jumbo Romulan mollusks to romance the Vulcan female Maquis member Sakonna. He pointed...
A sweet and bubbly dark brown drink long popular on Earth, especially amongst children. Both Quark and Garak can agree it's a vile drink: bubbly, cloying and happy ... like its inventors. Quark also mentions...
Some unspecified root, an inch thick and hard with a light-brown potato-like skin, is chopped into segments about nine-inches long, grown on Jeraddo and prepared by farmer Mullibok for his "last supper."