November 29

11-29

Mock Consommé
Crisp Crackers
Cold Sliced Turkey
Curled Celery
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Creamed Brussels Sprouts
*Frozen Cranberries
Macedoine of Fruits
Sponge Cakes
Café Noir

In 1914 November 29 was a Sunday. Instead of our usual Sunday roast, we’re eating leftover turkey from Thanksgiving.

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November 26, Thanksgiving Dinner

11-26

Puritan Soup
Browned Soup Rings
Roast Stuffed Turkey, Giblet Gravy
Cranberry Sauce
Riced Potatoes
Mashed Turnips
Onions in Cream
Apple and Celery Salad
Browned Crackers
Mince Pie
Pumpkin Pie
*New England Plum Pudding
Hard and Wine Sauce
Assorted Nuts
Fruit
After Dinner Mints
Café Noir

In 1914 November 26 was a Thursday. Obviously.

Puritan Soup remains a mystery….

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July 3

07-03
Cream of Asparagus
Cheese Croutons
Roast Chicken, Giblet Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Summer Squash
*Cherry Salad
Water Thins
Vanilla Ice Cream, Crushed Raspberries

In 1914 July 3 was a Friday.

A rare fishless Friday!

I’m assuming “Cream of Asparagus” is missing the “Soup” at the end, but I still can’t find the recipe.

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May 24

05-24
Fruit Cocktails
Roast Stuffed Chicken, Giblet Gravy
*Hominy, Southern Style
Asparagus on Toast
Chocolate Ice Cream, Marshmallow Sauce
Wafers
Pimola Cheese
Café Noir

In 1914 May 24 was a Sunday.

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