I try to do it by disease, rather than food item, so:
Salmonella - raw/runny eggs, undercooked meat etc (not so worried about salmonella as I have an iron stomach and the risk is to you rather than the baby - so I still eat runny eggs)
Listeria: pate, soft cheeses, Mr Whippy style ice-cream (not wrapped ice-creams). (Def avoid as listeria, though rare, is a big risk to the baby)
Toxoplasmosis: unwashed fruit/veg, cat litter (def avoid as again is a risk to baby, although a lot of people are immume already)
Nut allergies: Nuts!!! (avoid only if you have a family history of allegies as there seems to be no clear evidence as to whether it is better to avoid or to eat in the absense of a history of allergies)
Caffeine: tea/coffee, fizzy drinks, chocolate (keep down to a minimum - so I do still drink one caffeinated coffee a day as I am an addict!)
Alcohol: have to make your own mind up on this one, personally I have a couple of sips of my dh's wine as that small amount won't hurt the baby but I wouldn't drink any more than that.
I just reread your op and saw you are in first trim.
There was some publicity last year about coffee and there was a suggestion that caffeinated and maybe even decaffeinated coffee may be linked to higher rates of miscarriage. So you may want to avoid coffee in the first trim. Or at least keep down to a bare minimum.
Hi, I generally eat pretty much as usual but just using a bit of common sense. I also eat running eggs and ice cream of any type. I would avoid the soft cheese and liver etc tho. Most of the 'dangerous' stuff I dont like anyway so not a big deal.