"Rally 'round, Anatole, and come to the aid of the party," requested Dahlia Travers, addressing her excellent French chef. "I'll need four of your inspired dinners to sweeten up various tough customers, so that I can bend them to my will! Have a look at the social calendar - on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (in no particular order) we shall have Rosie M. Banks, Lady Malvern, Lord Tilbury and Vladimir Brusiloff as the respective guests of honor, in hopes of getting articles from the writers and publishing rights from Tilbury."
"No worries, be happy, Madam!" replied the ever-trendy chef. "Allow me to apply my fine mind to that pencil, okay? We'll give your tough eggs these entrees: the filet of beef wellington, the lobster newburg, the game pie, and the duck en croute and they will become as putty in your glove!"
"That's all very well, Anatole," said Dahlia, looking over the schedule of diners and dishes, "but all of these blighters are on special diets! You see, this one can't have any dairy, so you'll have to cut the cream from that recipe - and this person cannot eat salt, so edit your efforts accordingly. No sherry in this recipe - that victim's an abstainer; and it breaks my heart, but we'll have to omit the onions on this particular dish ... "
"Have no fear, Madam, I consider it a challenge! I shall pull a rabbit out of my bag of tricks and you won't even know the difference ..." replied Anatole, comfortingly.
Unfortunately, separating a French chef from his recipe is not quite so easy: for Anatole replaced the cream with butter, the salt with bouillon, the sherry with marsala, and the onions with shallots. The net effect of this creative cooking was that the various guests suffered from hives, insomnia, hiccups, and swollen ankles!
Can you discern, from the 7 following clues, which dinnerguest had which entree sans what ingredient, and how they suffered for their repast?