October 11

10-11

Cream of Spinach Soup
Prime Rib Roast, Brown Gravy
Franconia Potatoes
*Baked Stuffed Egg Plant
Praline Ice Cream
Currant Cake
Toasted Crackers
Camembert
Café Noir

In 1914 October 11 was a Sunday.

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March 15

03-15

*Sardine Cocktails
Roast Stuffed Leg of Veal
Savory Potatoes
Egg Plant à la Turque
Chiccory and Celery Salad
Montrose Pudding
Peanut Wafers
Wheat Wafers
Cheese
Café Noir

In 1914 March 15 was a Sunday.

Despite being called a pudding, Montrose pudding is actually a molded, frozen dessert with a very specific garnish.
Montrose Pudding

I think the Wheat Wafers are probably Educator Wafers, a whole wheat cracker made in Boston.

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January 10

01-10

*Turkish Soup
Toasted Triangles
Chicken Fricassee
Riced Potatoes
Stuffed Egg Plant
Fruit Salad
Vanilla Wafers
Assorted Nuts
Raisins

In 1914 January 10 was a Saturday. 

There are recipes for fruit salads served as salads and fruits salads served as desserts. I’m assuming this one is a dessert fruit salad as it’s positioned opposite the vanilla wafers.

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