November 28

11-28

Corn Soup
Crisp Crackers
Barbecued Ham
Radishes
Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Dinner Rolls
*Irish Moss Blanc Mange

In 1914 November 28 was a Saturday.

I made Irish Moss Blanc Mange!

Let’s just say I made this so you don’t have to.

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November 17

11-17

Cream of Lima Bean Soup
Radishes
Toasted Crackers
Scalloped Potatoes and Eggs
Stewed Tomatoes
Parker House Rolls
Fruit and Nut Salad, French Dressing
Wheat Wafers
*Baked Gingerbread with Apples

In 1914 November 17 was a Tuesday.

Scalloped Potatoes and Eggs is a bit of a mystery. There is a recipe for Escalloped Potatoes (“escalloped” and “scalloped” seem to have to used interchangeably), but I have no idea how the eggs were used.

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October 27

10-27

Appledore Soup
Browned Crackers
Cold Sliced Chicken
Scrub Potatoes
Currant Jelly
Dinner Rolls
Pear Salad
Nut Graham Sandwiches
*Norwegian Prune Pudding

In 1914 October 27 was a Tuesday. We have leftover chicken from Sunday.

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October 17

10-17

Savory Chicken, Potato Border
Dinner Rolls
Dressed Lettuce
Cheese Balls
*Marmalade Sandwiches
Coffee Jelly, Whipped Cream

In 1914 October 17 was a Saturday.

Savory Chicken is another mystery. I’ve found Savory Oysters,Savory Potatoes, and Savory Finnan Haddie, but there aren’t enough similarities to extrapolate a chicken recipe.

I’m guessing the cheese balls were served on the dressed lettuce. Maybe?

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October 12

10-12

Chicken Soup
Imperial Sticks
Cold Sliced Roast Beef
*Scalloped Macaroni with Onions
Dinner Rolls
Steamed Fig Pudding, Yellow Sauce

In 1914 October 12 was a Monday. We’re eating leftover roast beef from yesterday.

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September 21

09-21

Cauliflower Soup
Celery
Cold Sliced Chicken
*Escalloped Oysters
Dinner Rolls
Apple Tapioca with Cream

In 1914 September 21 was a Monday. We’re having leftover chicken from Sunday dinner.

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September 17

09-17

Appledore Soup
Duchess Crusts
Savory Oysters
Parker House Rolls
Potato Croquettes
Radishes
*Macaroon Ice Cream
Sponge Drops
Café Noir

In 1914 September 17 was a Thursday.

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September 6

09-06

Mushroom Soup
Chicken à la Providence
Duchess Sweet Potatoes
Creamed Cauliflower
Hindu Salad
Fromage Rolls
*French Macaroon Cream

In 1914 September 6 was a Sunday.

There isn’t a recipe for Duchess Sweet Potatoes. I assume you make Duchess Potatoes with sweet potatoes.

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