In 1914 March 29 was a Sunday.
I can’t find a recipe for Croustades of Spinach. Fannie Farmer says that “Cubes of stale bread, from which centres are removed, are fried in deep fat and called croûstades”. Presumably, for this dish, they would be filled with cooked spinach.
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