November 20

11-20

Potato Soup
Salmon Timbales, Rice Border
*Hollandaise Sauce
Creamed Peas
Chutney Salad
Cassava Bread
Dates Stuffed with Cream Cheese
Assorted Nuts
Café Noir

In 1914 November 20 was a Friday. And once again, fish.

Today is Scratch’s birthday! Since he was the one who started this whole project, we should definitely celebrate!

However, this is not the menu I would choose for him at all. There’s no real dessert! And several of the recipes are complete mysteries. I found a recipe for Chutney Salad Dressing, but not salad. There’s one for Mock Cassava Bread (made with white bread), but not the actual bread. Maybe we have the celebratory dinner in a couple of days…

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November 19

11-19

Cream of Pea Soup
Imperial Sticks
Cold Sliced Lamb, Currant Mint Sauce
*Potato Timbales
Moulded Spinach
Lemon Pie

In 1914 November 19 was a Thursday. We’ve got leftover lamb from last night’s dinner.

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November 13

11-13

Broiled Halibut, Egg Sauce
Steamed Potatoes
Mashed Turnips
Dressed Lettuce
Graham Sandwiches
*Wellington Cheese Croquettes
Mince Pie
Coffee

In 1914 November 13 was a Friday. Fish again!

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November 11

11-11

*Lobster Cocktail
Clear Mushroom Soup
Pulled Bread
Celery
Moulded Fish, Normandy Sauce
Dressed Cucumbers
Sweetbreads à la Root
Gumbo Squabs
Currant Jelly
Oak Hill Sweet Potatoes
Moulded Spinach on Artichoke Bottoms
Grape Fruit Jelly Salad
Svea Wafers
Parfait Armour
Nut Meringues
Café Noir

In 1914 November 11 was a Wednesday.

Oak Hill Sweet Potatoes are presumably Oak Hill Potatoes, made with sweet potatoes.

I believe Parfait Armour is a typo for Parfait Amour and that’s the recipe I’ve used.

Svea Wafers were some kind of commercial cracker, I think. I’m still looking for information.

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November 4

11-04

Mock Bisque Soup
Imperial Sticks
Baked Stuffed Fish
Julienne Potatoes
*Mock Hollandaise Sauce
Cole Slaw in Cabbage Shell
Apple Pie
Cheese Squares

In 1914 November 4 was a Wednesday.

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October 7

10-07
Appledore Soup
Crisp Crackers
Fried Scallops, Sauce Tartare
Shadow Potatoes
Celery Salad
*Prune Pudding

In 1914 October 7 was a Wednesday.

I’ve found recipes for a number of salads containing celery and something else, but not one just called Celery Salad.

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October 4

10-04
Oyster Soup
Oysterettes
Roast Duck, Olive Sauce
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Lettuce, *Russian Dressing
Canton Cream
Lady Fingers
Café Noir

In 1914 October 4 was a Sunday.

Oysterettes are a brand of oyster crackers.

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