In 1914 January 4 was a Sunday, presumably which is why the menu is rather elaborate.
I’m still looking for the recipe for the Nut Caramel Cake. If anyone has a lead, send it my way, please,
There should probably be more spacing between Toasted Crackers and Roquefort, as I believe they are two menu items and not cheese-flavored crackers.
This is our first appearance of Café Noir, merely the French way of saying “black coffee”. However, it will not be the last.
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