Friday Menu ~1920

Happy Friday.

This is my kind of menu! Just watched Julie & Julia for the umpteenth time. One of my favorites. Fitting to have the Red Star Cooking School advertisement for today’s post.

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  1. Can we make this breakfast as well?

    Made banana bread and pumpkin bread this week. It is all sliced, chilled and *hidden* in the back of the fridge for Saturday morning…. so I can sleep in…. zzzzzzzzzzzzzz…..

    Hubby and I are going to a company BBQ tomorrow. I will be meeting some of the people he has been firing a Nerf gun at over the past 6 months. They sound like a rowdy bunch. (wish me luck!) 🙂

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    1. Made pumpkin bread earlier this week, too. Not a recipe that I see in the antique cookbooks. That and Candy Corn – both mysteriously missing from the culinary records. But, tis the season, so pumpkin bread it is! Speaking of which, went into the store yesterday and there were Christmas decorations all over the place. Really? Wow. Just wow.

      Good luck with the BBQ! Here’s to the weekend!

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