Rediscovering the Joy of Cooking

October 6, 2008

Sweet 100

Filed under: Uncategorized — Emily @ 2:01 am

A few weeks ago I posted the Omnivore’s 100. I recently saw this on fellow food blogger Carrie’s blog and decided to see where I stood. Bold the things that you have eaten (and get ideas of things that you need to try).

What’s your score?

1. Red Velvet Cake

2. Princess Torte

3. Whoopie Pie

4. Apple pie topped or baked with sharp cheddar those in L.A can get this regularly at The Apple Pan

5. Beignet

6. Baklava

7. Black and White Cookie

8. Seven Layer Bar (also known as a Magic Bar or Hello Dolly bars)-I had these every Christmas

9. Fried fruit pie (also known as a hand pie)

10. Kringle

11. Just-fried (still hot) doughnut

12. Scone with clotted cream-in London

13. Betty, Grunt, Slump, Buckle, or Pandowdy

14. Halvah

15. Macaroons

16. Banana pudding with Nilla Wafers

17. Bubble tea (with tapioca “pearls”)-L.A is the capital of this stuff—I don’t like it

18. Dixie cup (I’m not sure what this is—any thoughts?)

19. Rice Krispie treats

20. Alfajores

21. Blondies

22. Croquembouche

23. Girl Scout Cookies

24. Moon cake

25. Candy Apple

26. Baked Alaska-in Alaska!

27. Brooklyn Egg Cream

28. Nanaimo Bar

29. Baba au rhum

30. King cake

31. Sachertorte–had one at the Sacher Hotel in Vienna

32. Pavlova

33. Tres Leches Cake

34. Trifle

35. Shoofly Pie

36. Key Lime Pie (made with real key lime)–in Key West, Florida

37. Panna Cotta

38. New York Cheesecake

39. Napoleon/mille-fueille

40. Russian Tea Cake/Mexican Wedding Cake

41. Anzac Biscuits

42. Pizzelle

43. Kolache

44. Buckeyes

45. Malasadas

46. Moon Pie

47. Dutch Baby

48. Boston Cream Pie

49. Homemade chocolate chip cookies

50. Pralines

51. Gooey Butter Cake

52. Rusks

53. Daifuku

54. Green tea cake or cookies

55. Cupcakes from a cupcake shopSprinkles is still the best in my opinion

56. Cream Brulee

57. Some sort of deep fried fair food (twinkie, candy bar or cupcake)

58. Yellow cake with chocolate frosting

59. Jelly Roll

60. Pop Tarts

61. Charlotte Russe

62. An “upside down” dessert (Pineapple upside down cake or Tarte Tatin)

63. Hummingbird cake

64. Jell-O from a mold

65. Blake Forest Cake

66. Mock Apple Pie (Ritz Cracker Pie)–I don’t think so. This sounds really gross.

67. Kulfi

68. Linzer torte

69. Churro

70. Stollen

71. Angel Food Cake

72. Mincemeat pie

73. Concha

74. Opera Cake

75. Sfogliatelle/Lobster Tail

76. Pain au chocolat

77. Piece of a gingerbread house

78. Cassata

79. Cannoli

80. Rainbow cookies

81.  Religieuse

82. Petit fours

83. Chocolate souffle

84. Bienenstich (Bee Sting Cake)

85. Rugelach

86. Hamenstashen

87. Homemade marshmallows

88. Rigo Janci-in Budapest, Hungary

89. Pie or cake made with candy bar flavors (Snickers, Reeses, etc..)

90. Divinity-very popular in the South where I lived for 5 years

91. Coke or Cola cake

92. Gateau Basque

93. S’mores

94. Figgy Pudding

95. Bananas Foster or other flaming dessert

96. Joe Froggers

97. Sables

98. Millionaire’s Shortbread

99. Animal crackers

100. Basbousa

82/100—not too bad!

Advertisements

2 Comments »

  1. That’s amazing!

    Comment by Stephanie — October 6, 2008 @ 2:53 am

  2. A “dixie cup” is a small plastic cup containing both chocolate and vanilla ice cream. 🙂

    Comment by Melanie — June 3, 2010 @ 4:26 pm


RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: