In 1914 January 7 was a Wednesday.
The turkey carcass from the 4th now becomes soup.
Souffléd Crackers are made with common crackers, a large round cracker, slightly puffed, like an oyster cracker, so they could be split easily. They’re very plain and much improved by toasting, serving with cheese, or crumbling into chowder. One of the bakeries that made them (as well as hardtack and other durable crackers) is just down the road from me.
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