After getting schooled a little in this form on what "fish dip," was, it occurred to me that most of us know of a dish or two that is unique to their home town, or that originated there. Of perhaps a more common food that goes by an unusual name? Like fish dip!
In our area there is the half-smoke, a kind of hybrid between a frankfurter and a smoked sausage, originally produced in DC. And Baltimore pit beef, which sounds like BBQ, but isn't. It's actually cooked hot and fast and sliced up thin for sandwiches. Pretty damned good when done right, and downright awful when not.