September 13

09-13

Oyster Cocktails
Roast Leg of Lamb, Brown Gravy
Currant Jelly
*Peas à la Francaise
Mashed Potatoes
Snow Pudding, Custard Sauce
Toasted Crackers
Pimola Cheese
Café Noir

In 1914 September 13 was a Sunday.

Pimolas are green olives stuffed with pimiento.

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August 31

08-31

Clam Bouillon
*Cold Roast Lamb, Family Style
Potato Cubes in White Sauce
Tomato Slices
French Dressing
Baked Indian Pudding with Cream

In 1914 August 31 was a Monday. The lamb is leftover from Sunday dinner.

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August 30

08-30

*Clear Mushroom Soup
Bread Sticks
Roast Leg of Lamb
Currant Jelly
Franconia Potatoes
Succotash
Tomato and Cucumber Salad
Cheese Fingers
Vanilla Ice Cream with Sliced Peaches

In 1914 August 30 was a Sunday.

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August 2

08-02
Julienne Soup
Roast Crown of Lamb
Rice Croquettes with Currant Jelly
String Beans
Cucumber Salad
Graham Sandwiches
*Raspberry Ice
Nut Caramel Cake

In 1914 August 2 was a Sunday.

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July 28

07-28

*Broiled Live Lobster
Toasted Corn Cakes
Lamb Chops
Potatoes à la Maitre d’Hotel
Summer Squash
Peach Cottage Pudding, Cream Sauce

In 1914 July 28 was a Tuesday.

There are several recipes for lamb chops, corn cakes, and summer squash. It’s hard to tell which ones we’re intended to use.

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July 16

07-16

*Creamed Fish in Scallop Shells
Rolls
Pan Broiled Lamb Chops
Mashed Potatoes
Green Corn
Steamed Apple Pudding, Foamy Sauce

In 1914 July 16 was a Thursday.

I made the Creamed Fish in Scallop Shells. You can watch the process below!

The verdict was, easy to make, not bad, although a little bland, a good way to use up leftover fish.

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July 2

07-02

Lamb Chops, *Onion Puree
Potatoes au Gratin
String Beans
Moulded Spinach Salad
Currant Tartlets

In 1914 July 2 was a Thursday.

It’s not specified how the Lamb Chops are cooked. They could be broiled or pan-broiled or breaded, amongst other options.

I’m curious about that Moulded Spinach Salad, but the recipe has been proving elusive.

For Currant Tartlets, I figure you make Currant Pie on a smaller scale.

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June 27

06-27
Salmon Canapés
Lamb Chops
Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Macedoine of Vegetables
*Coffee Ice Cream
Walnut Cake

In 1914 June 27 was a Saturday.

It’s not specified how the lamb chops are cooked. They could be broiled or pan-broiled or breaded, amongst other options.
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