March 23

03-23

Julienne Soup
Cold Sliced Turkey
Dinner Rolls
*Norfolk Oysters
Pineapple and Celery Salad
Cheese Fingers
Harvard Pudding, Foamy Sauce

In 1914 March 23 was a Monday. We’re having leftover turkey from Sunday’s dinner.

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March 22

03-22Consommé Japonnaise
Olives
Salted Almonds
Roast Turkey, Giblet Gravy
*Spiced Cranberry Jelly
Riced Potatoes
Mashed Squash
Caramel Parfait
Walnut Cake
Café Noir

In 1914 March 22 was a Sunday. The roast this week is turkey. Expect to see it on the menu again in the coming week.

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February 15

02-15*Italian Canapés
Roast Turkey, New England Stuffing
Franconia Potatoes
Mashed Squash
Creamed Celery
Pineapple Coupe
Marguerites
Café Noir

In 1914 February 15 was a Sunday.

Pineapple CoupeWe get two desserts today — Pineapple Coupe is a fruit cup with ice cream and a very precise garnish. Marguerites could be one of two kinds of gooey little treats.

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January 4

01-04

*Tomato Soup (without stock)
Croûtons
Roast Stuffed Turkey, Giblet Gravy
Cranberry Jelly
Curled Celery
Mashed Potatoes
Onions in Cream
Orange Ice
Nut Caramel Cake
Toasted Crackers
Roquefort
Café Noir

In 1914 January 4 was a Sunday, presumably which is why the menu is rather elaborate.

I’m still looking for the recipe for the Nut Caramel Cake. If anyone has a lead, send it my way, please,

There should probably be more spacing between Toasted Crackers and Roquefort, as I believe they are two menu items and not cheese-flavored crackers.

This is our first appearance of Café Noir, merely the French way of saying “black coffee”. However, it will not be the last.

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