List of foods named after people

Fillet of Beef Prince Albert
Fettuccine Alfredo
Alexandertorte
Lobster Duke Alexis
Gâteau Alexandra
Consommé Princess Alice
Amundsen's Dessert
Château Ausone red Bordeaux wine
Baldwin apple
Chicken Cardinal la Balue
Bartlett pear
Battenberg cake
Béarnaise sauce
Beef Stroganoff, a 19th-century Russian dish, possibly derived from the Stroganov family.
Bellini (cocktail) - Giovanni Bellini
stockbroker and socialite.
Eggs Benedict XVI
Eggs Berlioz
Lobster Paul Bert
Beyti kebab - Beyti Güler, Turkish restaurateur.
Bibb lettuce
Oysters Bienville
Bing cherry
Bismarck herring, Bismarcks, Schlosskäse Bismarck
Eggs in a Mold Bizet
Sole Bolivar
Bonaparte's Ribs
Boysenberry
Hot Brown - J. Graham Brown, owner of the Brown Hotel, which first served the hot sandwich.
Burbank plum
Caesar's mushroom
Bloody Caesar cocktail - named for Julius Caesar by Canadian bartender Walter Chell.
Caesar salad
Caruso sauce - Enrico Caruso
Chicken filets Sadi Carnot
Charlotte Corday
Chateaubriand
Chiboust cream
Christian IX cheese
Cleopatra Mandarin orange
Peach pudding à la Cleveland
Cobb Salad
Scrambled eggs à la Columbus
Cox's Orange Pippin
Dartois
Shrimp de Jonghe
Veal pie à la Dickens
Doboschtorte or Dobostorta
Estomacs de dinde à la Gustave Doré
Du Barry Cream Soup
Sole Dubois
Sole Dugléré
Salad à la Dumas
Duxelles
Mamie Eisenhower fudge
Endicott pear
Steak Esterházy
Sweetbreads à l'Eugénie
Soup Fontanges
Frangelico - Fra Angelico
Frangipane
Galliano (liqueur) - Giuseppe Galliano
Cherry Garcia ice cream
Garibaldi biscuits
German chocolate cake, originally known as German's Chocolate Cake
Earl Grey tea
Graham crackers, Graham flour
Bombe Grimaldi
Gundel palacsinta
Docteur Jules Guyot pear
Homentashn
Pâté de filets d'oie Adolphe Hardy
Heath bar
Oh Henry!
Gâteau Saint-Honoré
Hubbard squash
Lamb chops Victor Hugo
Humboldt pudding
Timbales à la Irving
Reggie Bar
Flounder Jules Janin
Jansson's Temptation
Jésus sausage
Trout, Joan of Arc
St. Julian plum
Kaiser rolls
Kaiserschmarren
New York, about 1898. No royalty is involved in any of the stories.
Kossuth Cakes
Shrimp Lamaze
Lord Lambourne apple
General Leclerc pear
Robert E. Lee Cake
Leibniz-Keks - German butter biscuit named for philosopher and mathematician Leibniz
Jenny Lind melon, Jenny Lind Soup, Oysters and Ham Jenny Lind
Lindy candy bar
Pizza Margherita
Sole Marguery
Chicken Maria Theresia
Mary Janes
Massillon
Pâté chaud ris de veau à la McAllister
McIntosh apple
Bisque of shrimps à la Melville
Beef tenderloin minions à la Meyerbeer
Mirepoix
Poulet sauté Montesquieu
Mozartkugel
Lamb cutlets Murillo
Napoleon Brandy is a sort of brandy named for Napoleon Bonaparte.
Lord Nelson apple
Nesselrode Pudding
Marshal Ney
Potatoes O'Brien
Bath Oliver biscuits
Veal Oscar
Selle d'agneau à la Paganini
Peach Melba
Potatoes Parmentier
Pastilles
Pavlova
Dr Pepper
Dom Pérignon (wine)
Pio Quinto - this Nicaraguan dessert was named after Pope Pius V.
Veal cutlets Pojarski
Sole Marco Polo
Toronchino Procope
Queen of Sheba cake
Lamprey à la Rabelais
Ramos Gin Fizz
Ronald Reagan's Hamburger Soup
Salad Réjane
Reuben sandwich
Oysters Rockefeller
Sachertorte
Flan Sagan
Salisbury steak
Chicken sauté George Sand
Wild Duckling à la Walter Scott
Seckel pear
Lobster cutlets à la Shelley
Big Hearted Al candy bar
Sydney Smith's salad dressing
Soubise sauce
Eggs Stanley
Stroganoff
Consommé Marie Stuart
Beef Tegetthoff
Shirley Temple
Chicken Tetrazzini
Omelette André Theuriet
Tootsie Rolls
Biscuit Tortoni
Typhoon Tina
Chicken Soup Ujházi
Cases of squabs Umberto
Van Gogh potato
Sole Jules Verne
Victoria plum and Victoria Sponge or Sandwich Cake
Washington Pie
Martha Washington's Cake
Lobster Wenberg
Wibele - Jakob Christian Carl Wibel, he invented this sweet pastry in 1763
Woolton pie