Today's recipe comes from the New England Cook Book, by Marion Harland, Miss M. Parloa, Mrs. D.A. Lincoln, ad Thomas J. Murrey, 1905. This Frothed Cafe au Lait recipe uses whipped egg whites and powdered sugar. It seems almost decadent compared to our modern steemed milk today! Delicious.
Today's recipe comes from the the famous Boston Cooking School Cook Book by Fannie Farmer. My version is from 1924, but it was first published in 1896. I don't think I could drink double-strengthed coffee after dinner. It would be a long, sleepless night. But I do like how the author states that after a... Continue Reading →
The Dreaded Coffee Fiend. Happy Monday! The coffee substitute fiend. Mr. Buffey is always trying to get you to drink "roasted wispies" or "wheat-ocrisp," the last one to be tried being always just as good as the best coffee without any of the injurious qualities of coffee. Coffee Substitutes Coffee substitutes, including roasted wheat and... Continue Reading →
Yuban. Happy Monday! "The best coffee in the world" was that you made yourself out in Colorado. Smoky, somewhat grimy, but it sent you thirty merry miles in the saddle. Yuban Advertisement, 1921. Coffee Monday: Good Coffee 1880 A Little Cooking Humor ~1897 Nasturtium Sandwiches ~1913
Seal Brand Coffee. Happy Monday! "Let's get acquainted all over again!" More Fun Discoveries Coffee Monday: Good Coffee 1880 A Little Cooking Humor ~1897 How Funny We Feel ~1831
Kneipp Malt Coffee Advertisement 1905. Happy Monday! This one is just cruel. Like those practical jokesters that substitute decaf for regular in the break room coffee pot. LOVE the reward of $1000 to anyone who can detect adulteration - from what, exactly? It's already not real coffee... But, it does flush and keep the organs... Continue Reading →