Happy Thanksgiving ~1919

May your day be filled with excellent food, agreeable company, and warm memories! Cheers! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Thanksgiving ~1895 Thanksgiving Pie “The Crown of the Feast”~1866 Inseparable from the Charm of the Turkey Is the Dressing Thereof ~1905

Garden Salad ~1942

An Inspiration. For those who dislike a traditional leaf lettuce salad, this recipe calls for chopped veggies served in avocado shells. A hearty and rich alternative to your typical green salad.   More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Feeding a Family for a Week ~1875 Salted Almonds ~1922 Improved Stove ~1807

Soft Boiled Eggs ~1800s

Breakfast Basics. May your Sunday morning unfold lazily over brunch and mimosas! Alas, found this one in my files, but didn't note the year. Looks mid- to late 1800s. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Preserving Vegetables for Winter ~1819 To Keep Meat Hot ~1805 Mysteries of Puddings ~1805

Serving Watermelon ~1930

Watermelons Green Buddhas On the fruit stand. we eat the smile And spit out the teeth. ~Charles Simic, 1938 May your last days of summer be filled with watermelons! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Lemonade ~1911 Cabinet Pudding Recipe ~1886 Onion Sauce ~1855

American Breakfast ~1895

Celebrating All American Breakfast Month. Picture this: Buckwheat cakes, piled one on the other till a miniature Eiffel Tower is formed, with plenty of butter between each layer, and maple syrup poured over the whole! Source: The Thorough Good Cook, 1895. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Deviled Eggs ~1897 12 Sandwich Recipes ~1897 Rice... Continue Reading →

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 →

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