December 6

12-06

Consommé Japonnaise
Bread Sticks
Larded Grouse, Bread Sauce
Rice Croquettes with Jelly
French String Beans
Celery Salad
Toasted Cheese Sandwiches
*Grape Fruit Sherbet
Raised Loaf Cake
Café Noir

In 1914 December 6 was a Sunday.

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December 5

12-05

Brown Soup
Noodles
Pork Chops
Apple Sauce
Baked Potatoes
*Corn Southern Style
Irish Moss Blanc Mange with Sliced Bananas and Cream

In 1914 December 5 was a Saturday.

I think Brown Soup is Brown Soup Stock with Noodles in it. What to Have for Dinner has a recipe for Brown Soup with Macaroni Rings and Cheese that is just Brown Soup Stock heated up with slices of cooked macaroni added and parmesan cheese sprinkled on top.

Oh no, Irish Moss Blanc Mange is back!

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December 4

12-04

Celery Soup
*Souffléd Crackers
Fried Cod Steaks
Julienne Potatoes
Glazed Carrots
Radishes
Baked Tapioca Custard
Café Noir

In 1914 December 4 was a Friday. Why look at that! Fish!

I made Souffléd Crackers! How do you soufflé a cracker? Watch the video and find out.

And since I had that box of crackers, I also tried frequent menu item, Crisp Crackers.

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December 2

12-02

*Baked Haddock, Oyster Stuffing
French Fried Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes
Dressed Lettuce with Cheese and Nut Balls
Coffee Jelly

In 1914 December 2 was a Wednesday.

I didn’t find a specific recipe for Cheese and Nut Balls, but I’m guessing they’re just balls of cream cheese rolled in crushed nuts.

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November 30

11-30

Turkey Soup
Cheese Crackers
Round Steak Smothered with Onions
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Radishes
*Fruit Tapioca

In 1914 November 30 was a Monday. The Thanksgiving leftovers continue with Turkey Soup. Also, these may be the same Baked Sweet Potatoes we had yesterday.

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November 29

11-29

Mock Consommé
Crisp Crackers
Cold Sliced Turkey
Curled Celery
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Creamed Brussels Sprouts
*Frozen Cranberries
Macedoine of Fruits
Sponge Cakes
Café Noir

In 1914 November 29 was a Sunday. Instead of our usual Sunday roast, we’re eating leftover turkey from Thanksgiving.

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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 27

11-27

In 1914 November 27 was a Friday.

I guess we’re all eating Thanksgiving leftovers today.

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