Anatole, that genius of the egg-whisk who rules the kitchen of Brinkley Court, does not confine himself to the classics of French cookery, but rather is willing to oblige with English fare and has, in fact, been known to borrow from other cuisines from time to time. Recently he accepted a challenge from his employer, Dahlia Travers, to create a soup, an entree, and a dessert each from five countries, and serve an international dinner five days in a row (Monday through Friday). These were the menus he planned to serve:
|Soup:||Cock-a-leekee soup||Creme St. Jacques||Avgolemono (egg & lemon soup)||Minestrone||Gazpacho|
|Entree:||Steak & Kidney Pie||Nonnettes de Poulet||Moussaka||Vitello Florentine||Paella|
|Desserts:||Plum Pudding||Mousse au Chocolat||Baklava||Zabaglione||Flan Caramel|
Unfortunately, Dahlia's sister Agatha was visiting Brinkley that week, with young Thos. and the Dog McIntosh in tow. Thomas, feeling peckish late Sunday night, staged a raid on the larder, in search of pie. McIntosh, following on his heel, was more interested in the aroma of the marrowbones in Anatole's stockpot. Sadly, Anatole's recipe file got knocked over in the enthusiastic investigations of the Aberdeen Terrier; but young Thos. covered for the canine by stuffing the 15 recipe cards back in the organizer.
Through quirk of fate, there was still a soup, entree, and dessert filed under each day, but the nationalities got somewhat mixed. Using the 7 clues below, can you determine what was served on the eclectic menu each night, Monday thru Friday?