Foods That Are Named After Places but Aren't Actually From There

Frankfurters and Champagne need not apply
  1. Brussels sprouts
  2. Jerusalem artichokes
    They aren't even artichokes
  3. Hungarian Paprika
  4. French Fries
  5. Viennese Whirl
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  6. spaghetti bolognese
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  7. Turkey
    Probably not actually named after Turkey
  8. Baked Alaska
  9. Arctic roll
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  10. Chicken Kiev
  11. Welsh Rarebit
    Wikipedia Quote: The word Welsh may have been adopted because it was used by the English to mean "foreign" or "inferior".[21]
  12. Florentine Biscuits
  13. Moonpie
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  14. Nice biscuits
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  15. French Fancies
  16. French Mustard
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  17. Swiss rolls
  18. Hawaiian burger and Hawaiian pizza and Hawaiian toast
  19. Canadian Bacon
  20. Mongolian beef
    The dish and its name are derived from Mongolian barbecue as a dish instead of cooking upon order. Thus, none of the ingredients or the preparation methods are drawn from traditional Mongolian cuisine[citation needed][citation needed].
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  21. Monte Carlo Biscuits
  22. Hollandaise sauce
    Suggested by   @christiancable
  23. Spanish Chocolate
    "A thick hot chocolate drink"