That's "sausage" to you gringos. No translation needed for most at this Armenian church bazaar in my wonderful neighborhood. Soujuk (or sujuk or sucuk, etc.) is a dry, spicy sausage (usually beef but sometimes pork or lamb, plus enhancements like fenugreek, cumin, sumac, garlic, salt and red pepper) that's eaten everywhere from the Balkans to the Middle East. And in New England, too, if you know where to look.