In 1914 April 9 was a Thursday.
There are a couple of “Allerton” recipes on these menus. An Allerton was on Mayflower and that might be the family this dishes are named after, but the most famous Allertons I found from Fannie’s time were a banking family in Chicago.
Signs of early spring — we’ve got Dandelions on the menu!
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