40 By 40 - Cooking and Baking Bucket List

Here it is a couple months before my 39th birthday and we've been home sheltering in place the past 5-6 weeks and of course that has given me plenty of time to think about recipes, try things out in the kitchen, watch too many cooking shows, and get more ideas! I decided to make my "Cooking and Baking Bucket List" of new recipes I want to try before I turn 40!

So many of these have been on my wish list for so long! I can't wait to start crossing them off - there's so many more to try beyond this, but this is a good short list for me over the coming year!

I will add hyperlinks as soon as I post the recipes after making them.
  1. Creme Brulee
  2. Souffle
  3. Choux Pastry
  4. Cream Puffs
  5. Croissants
  6. Eclairs
  7. Rolled Cake
  8. Molten Lava Cake
  9. Skolebrød
  10. Madeleines
  11. Popovers
  12. Baked Alaska
  13. Homemade Pop Tarts
  14. Homemade Pasta
  15. Homemade Ravioli
  16. Coq au Vin
  17. Boeuf Bourguignon
  18. Chicken Kiev
  19. Crown Roast of Pork
  20. Filet Mignon
  21. Duck
  22. Venison
  23. Rabbit Stew
  24. Italian Roulade
  25. Rack of Lamb
  26. Chicken Tikka Masala
  27. Shrimp and Grits
  28. Crab Cakes
  29. Butter Poached Lobster
  30. Steamed Mussels
  31. Bacon Wrapped Scallops
  32. Pork Schnitzle
  33. Spaetzle
  34. Gnocchi
  35. Manicotti
  36. Shakshuka
  37. Steamed Dumplings
  38. Ratatouille
  39. Pierogies
  40. Goat Vindaloo


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