How popular is the baby name Susette in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Susette and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Susette.

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Popularity of the Baby Name Susette

Number of Babies Named Susette

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Susette

Baby Name Buffet – Charlotte, Madeleine, Suzette, Victoria

Are you a foodie? If so, this list might help you choose a baby name and spark a few meal ideas at the same time.

Below are dishes featuring female names; tomorrow I’ll post a list of dishes featuring male names. (If you try any of the recipes, let me know how they taste!)

Name Dish Namesake (if known)
Adelina Poularde Adelina Patti Adelina Patti, (1843-1919), singer
Agnès Nonnettes de poulet Agnès Sorel Agnès Sorel (1422-1450), mistress of King Charles VII of France
Alexandra Gâteau Alexandra Queen Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925)
Alice Consommé Princess Alice Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone (1883-1981)
Anna Pommes Anna One of the grandes cocottes of the Napoleon III era, according to Julia Child
Béatrice Rissoles of crawfish à la Béatrice
Betty Brown Betty
Camille Lobster à la Camille
Charlotte Charlotte Russe Possibly Queen Charlotte (1744-1818)
Clara Chaudfroid de poulet à la Clara Morris Clara Morris (1848-1925), actress
Emma Coupe Emma Calvé Emma Calvé (1858-1942), singer
Hélène Poire Belle Hélène
Henriette Beefsteak à la Henriette
Jenny Jenny Lind Soup Jenny Lind (1820-1887), singer
Juliette Eggs à la Juliette
Lucia St. Lucia buns Saint Lucia (283-304)
Madeleine Madeleines Madeleine Paulmier (18th or 19th century), chef
Margherita Pizza Margherita Queen Margherita of Savoy (1851-1926)
Marguerite Chicken Marguerite
Martha Martha Washington’s Great Cake Martha Washington (1731-1802), former First Lady
Mary Poires Mary Garden Mary Garden (1874-1967), singer
Melba Peach Melba Nellie Melba (1859-1931), singer
Olga Consommé Olga
Rachel Tournedos Rachel Elisa-Rachel Félix (1821-1858), singer
Rebecca Rebecca Pudding
Sarah Sarah Bernhardt Cakes Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923), actress
Susette Eggs Susette
Suzette Crepe Suzette Dinner companion of King Edward VII (who was Prince of Wales at the time)
Theodora Consommé Theodora
Victoria Victoria Sponge Cake Queen Victoria (1819-1901)

Edit, Nov. 2009: Just found out about a post on named foods at Here’s the link: Sweet Celebrities: A List of Pastries and Desserts Named After People.