The List

Here is my list. It’s a long list and some of the entries are rather vague, such as “pastry”. And I think it doesn’t quite add up to 101, but that leaves room for flexibility. I have no idea in which order I shall cook them. Suggestions most welcome.

Starters
Moules Marinier
Spring rolls
Won ton
Dolmades
Hummus
Scallops
Terrine
Salmon Mousse
Cheese Quiche
Chicken Liver Pate
Onion Tart

Mains
Lasagne
Steak & Kidney Pudding
Risotto
Beef Wellington
Roast Chicken
Coq au vin
Toad in the Hole
Chicken Kiev
Salmon en Croute
Saltimbocca
Beef burger
Fish Pie
Chilli
Steak
Paella
Boullabaise
Full English Breakfast
Pizza
Liver & Onions
Stifado
Kleftiko
Seared Tuna
Game Pie
Cauliflower Cheese
Cassoulet
Cornish Pasty
Moussaka
Macaroni Cheese
Irish Stew
Morrocan Lamb
A Ham
Vienna Schnitzel
Lamb Keema

Puddings
Creme Brulee
Chocolate cake
Cheesecake
Victora Sponge
Meringue
Tarte Tatin
Sorbet
Rice Pudding
Fruitcake
Muffins
Chocolate Rice Crispy Cakes
Trifle
Custard
Steamed Chocolate Pudding

Snack/Other
Omelette
Roast Dinner Trimmings
Souffle
Chips
Bread
Yorkshire Pudding
Sushi
Potatoes Dauphinoise
Dhal
Pastry
Tomato sauce
Pasta
Egg Fried Rice
Cold Italian Spread
Cheese on Toast
Boston Baked Beans
Eggs Benedict
Crumpets
Focaccia
Scones
Jam
Pancakes
Arancini

Sauces
Hollandaise
Pesto
Bolognaise
Carbonara

Soups
Leek & Potato
Bean Soup
Noodle Soup
French Onion

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7 Responses to “The List”

  1. Jessica Says:

    i have another suggestion: Borscht! A Russian tradition

  2. Sarah Says:

    Fran,

    can you please do some yummy Jewish food – chicken noodle soup with matzo balls, latkes, simmus etc.

    really yummy, lots of them are cook in the pot and easy to do, and great homely food

    xxxxxxx

  3. Keira Says:

    Try making Millionaires Shortbread its gorgeous! definetly should be on the list. and casserole-very easy but traditional

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    Sarah – check out

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  6. Bob Says:

    Do more deserts


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