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Tournedos Rossini - A fillet of beef is served on French bread and spread with pate. Traditionally, a Madeira demi-ice cream is added. The dish was named after the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini.

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Reuben sandwich - Corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing make up the Reuben sandwich. It was invented by Arnold Reuben, the owner of Reuben's Delicatessen.

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Pralines - These luxury pralines with nuts, made traditionally in Belgium and France, were named after the French diplomat Marschall du Plessis-Praslin.

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Pizza Margherita - The first known pizza was only topped with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil. It was named after Queen Margherita of Savoy, who was Queen of Italy at the time.

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Hass Avocado - This type of avocado is the best-selling in the world. It was named after Rudolph Hass, who originally grew the variety.

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Eggs Benedict - Eggs with bacon or ham on toasted English muffin and hollandaise sauce make Eggs Benedict. The dish was named after Lemuel Benedict, a Wall Street broker.

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Sandwich - The idea of ​​placing ingredients between breads was not invented by John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, but made popular by him. Therefore the name.

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Pavlova - This meringue-based dessert made with fruit syrup and fresh fruit, usually strawberries, was named after Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova.

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Nachos - corn chips are served with melted cheese, jalapenos, and often with guacamole, salsa, or sour cream. They were named after Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya, who created them.

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Clementines - Somewhere between a sweet orange and a tangerine, the clementine is a spontaneous hybrid created in Algeria. The fruit is named after the French missionary Clément Rodier.

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Caesar Salad - Salad, croutons, parmesan, olive oil and lemon juice are the main ingredients of the Caesar salad. It was named after Caesar Cardini, a restaurateur.

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Oysters Rockefeller - Made with parsley, butter and breadcrumbs, this oyster dish was named after John D. Rockefeller because it was extremely filling, just like him!

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Luther Burger - The bread of a normal burger is replaced by donuts. This was named after the singer Luther Vandross who was also a huge fan of this burger.

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Carpaccio - Raw meat is sliced ​​very thinly and served raw, usually with parmesan, rocket, and lemon juice. It was named after Vittore Carpaccio because he painted in very bright red colors.

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Cobb Salad - Lettuce, endive, tomato, bacon, chicken, eggs, avocado, and roquefort are the main ingredients of a Cobb salad. It was named after Robert Howard Cobb, the owner of the restaurant it came from.

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Stroganoff - The original recipe consists of beef with sour cream sauce. There are many variations of the recipe. It was named after the extremely wealthy and influential Russian Stroganoff family.

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Mozartkugel - This Austrian confection is made from dark chocolate with a nougat, marzipan and pistachio core. It's not really surprising that it was named after the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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Beef Wellington - A large fillet of beef is coated in duxelles and pate and wrapped in Parma ham, then coated in pastries and baked. It was named after Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington.

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Graham Cookies - The graham cracker is a sweet biscuit that dates back to the 1880s and is usually made with either a honey or cinnamon flavor. It was named after Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister.

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Chicken à la King - Chicken with mushrooms and vegetables in sherry sauce are the ingredients of Chicken à la King. The dish was named after the hotelier E. Clark King.

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Chateaubriand - This steak usually consists of a sirloin and is served with white wine, shallots, and a demi-glace sauce. It was named after François-René de Chateaubriand, the French writer.

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Bananas Foster - In this recipe, bananas and vanilla ice cream are served with a sweet liqueur sauce. It was invented in New Orleans by restaurateur Owen Brennan and named after his friend Richard Foster.

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Salisbury Steak - A ground beef dish that is usually served with gravy or brown sauce. It is named after its inventor, James Salisbury, who promoted the idea of ​​a meat-based diet for good health.

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Bechamél Sauce - This simple sauce made from butter, flour, and milk is an important part of various recipes, including lasagna. It was named after Louis de Béchamel, a French patron of the arts.

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Battenberg cake - The Battenberg cake is a pink and yellow cake made from jam and marzipan, named in honor of the marriage between Queen Victoria and Prince Louis von Battenberg.

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Lozenges - The lozenge is a candy with a soft inside and a medium-hard outside that is dusted with sugar. They are named after the Italian pastry chef Giovanni Pastilla.

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Victoria Sponge Cake - A relatively simple sponge cake with a cream and jam filling, Victoria Sponge Cake was named after Queen Victoria, who was said to be a fan of the cake.

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Lobster à la Newberg - Lobster, butter, cream, sherry and cognac are the main ingredients in Lobster Newberg. Named after Ben Newberg, it is also popular in France as a Newberg lobster.

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Fettuccine Alfredo - A simple dish made from pasta, butter, and parmesan, there are many types of dish. It was named after Alfredo di Lelio, who was also its inventor.

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