Happy 4th! ~1918

Esteemed Readers: If you are on this side of the pond, I wish you all a very happy holiday. If you're on the other side and everywhere else, cheers! Happy Fourth of July, Erin Source: School for bakers and cooks, Camp Sheridan, Alabama, 1918. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Victorian Picnic Menu ~1880 July... Continue Reading →

Happy Mother’s Day ~1912

To all the mothers: May your day be filled with family and love! Source: The San Francisco Sunday Call, Sept. 8, 1912. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Cookery ~1825 American Wild Fruits ~1910 Jam ~1819

Happy Easter~

Easter Greetings from the Late 1800s. Warmest Regards to All~ More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Fannie Farmer Mint Glazed Carrots Housekeeping Recipe 1913 To Test Eggs (Seriously?!? They knew this in 1876?)  

Shamrock Croutons ~1917

St. Patrick's Day Crouton Recipe. An easy recipe inspired by Bettina! Source: A Thousand Ways to Please a Husband, c. 1917. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks La Ditta R. Petra Wine Co. 1913 How To Set The Luncheon Table ~1899 Navigating Antique Cookbooks 101

St. Patrick’s Menu

1920s Menu for St. Patricks's Birthday. Artichoke Salad Filet of Beef, Larded Horseradish Sauce Irish Potatoes au Natural with Parsley Creamed Spinach Shamrock Rolls Creme de Menthe Ice French Pastry in Fancy Shapes Green Mints Demitasse More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Lemonade ~1911 A Concise History of Home Distillery Collyflowers! ~1744

To My Dearest Valentine

Valentine Greetings from the 1800s. Pray, Sweetheart, send me just a line, To say you'll be my Valentine. By Dandelion post I send, This Valentine to my friend, May every flying seedlet be A message of love to thee. The honey dew is on thy lip, Fain would I thee entwine. And draughts of love... Continue Reading →

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