For example, in American Diner Slang, Adam 'n' Eve are two poached eggs.
Bark, Bow-wow, or Bun pup: hot dog
Eve with a lid on: apple pie
Burn one, take it through the garden and pin a rose on it: hamburger with lettuce, tomato and onion
Cluck and grunt: eggs and bacon
Drag one through Wisconsin: put cheese on it
Eternal twins: ham and eggs
Family reunion: chicken and egg sandwich
Foreign entanglements: spaghetti
Hot Blonde in the sand: coffee with cream and sugar
Jayne Mansfield: a tall stack of pancakes
Nervous pudding: bowl of Jell-O
On the hoof: cooked rare
Put a hat on it: add ice cream
Skid grease: butter
Steaming Idaho: baked potato
A thousand on a plate, and whistle berries: baked beans
Two dots and a dash: Two fried eggs with a strip of bacon
Zeppelins in a fog: sausages with mash potatoes
Well, there's plenty more where that came from at Diner Lingo!
Sorry if I made you hungry!