I don't think we have one.
Apparently it's Roast Lamb with roast vegetables and gravy, then close second is a Meat Pie with tomato sauce or ketchup as it's known elsewhere.
Rio de Janeiro has several popular dishes and I don't think you can name one, but one that is very popular is "beef with fried potatoes", which is usually served as beef + fried potatoes + rice + bean + farofa + salad.
There are quite a few popular, regional and national dishes:
Out of those, I believe the only one I know is Polenta. I like it. I didn't know it was popular in Switzerland. :)
Polenta is not uncommon in Brazil, and we call it "angu", or sometimes "fubá" (actually, "fubá" is the name of the flour used to make it - it's a flour made out of corn - but we sometimes use this name for the dish).
We also have "pamonha", which is very similar.
Lol, Primeiro - that looks good indeed.
Here's some info about the "Polenta":
Officially, I've no clue. As a lifelong resident, though, I'd say there are two: in Northern Michigan, the pasty, in the southern part of the state it's the coney. Statewide, our pop is Vernors.
Mämmi? I doubt that would do... Then again...
We don't have one.
In our area it's pork and sauerkraut. You get used to it and then you really like it.
Toss up between Tex-Mex and BBQ here in Texas.
I'd say probably tater tot hotdish
I take it you're from Minnesota?
I live in Canada.
Poutine (It is the national dish)
Caesar Cocktail (Canada’s national cocktail)
I live in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Not sure if i call it a 'Provincial Dish' but it is a traditional one of Canada.
Saskatoon Berry Pie