June 12

06-12
Baked Mackerel
O’Brion Potatoes
Dinner Rolls
String Bean Salad
Cheese Wafers
*Devonshire Pie

In 1914 June 12 was a Friday. Continuing our long streak, we’ve got fish today.

I’m going to count the Devonshire Pie as our fifth strawberry dessert, as it’s topped with the berries.

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June 9

06-09
Oxtails en Casserole
Mashed Potatoes
Dressed Lettuce
*Walnut Deceits
Baronets
German Toast, Sherry Sauce

In 1914 June 9 was a Tuesday.

I believe Baronets are Baronet Biscuits, made by the National Biscuit Company.Baronet Biscuit

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June 8

06-08
Turkish Soup
Pan Broiled Lamb Chops
Potatoes Paprika
Asparagus Mousselaine
*Steamed Rice, Strawberry Sauce

In 1914 June 8 was a Monday.

This is the fourth strawberry dessert of the month.

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June 7

06-07
Consommé Dubarry
Stuffed Cushion of Veal, Brown Gravy
Savory Potatoes
Tomato Fritters
Asparagus Salad
*Strawberry Ice Cream
Lady Fingers

In 1914 June 7 was a Sunday.

With Strawberry Ice Cream, we have our third strawberry dessert of the month.

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June 5

06-05
Broiled Mackerel
Potatoes à la Maître d’Hôtel 
Asparagus on Toast
Cheese Sandwiches
Lettuce and Radish Mayonnaise
*Lemon Cream Sherbet

In 1914 June 5 was a Friday. Look at that… fish!

I am guessing that Lettuce and Radish Mayonnaise is Lettuce and Radish Salad with Mayonnaise Dressing instead of French.

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June 3

06-03
Clam Bouillon
Broiled Fresh Salmon, Egg Garnish, Drawn Butter
Riced Potatoes
New Peas
Dressed Lettuce
Cheese Balls
*Strawberry Ice
Lemon Queens

In 1914 June 3 was a Wednesday.

We’ve got our second strawberry dessert of the month today.

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