The Dinner Year-Book
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The Dinner Year-Book

By Marion Harland
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Table of Contents
  • THE DINNER YEAR-BOOK
  • Familiar Talk with the Reader.
  • Touching Saucepans.
  • JANUARY.
    • Beef Soup.
    • Chicken smothered with Oysters.
    • Celery Salad.
    • Cauliflower au gratin.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Blanc Mange.
    • Cocoa.
    • Sponge Cake.
    • Soup À l’Italienne.
    • Breaded Mutton Chops—Baked.
    • Macaroni with Tomato Sauce.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Corn-starch Hasty Pudding.
    • Coffee.
    • Scotch Broth.
    • Rolled Beefsteaks.
    • Cabbage Salad.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • Baked Beans.
    • Apple and Tapioca Pudding.
    • Hard Sauce.
    • Split Pea Soup.
    • Halibut Steaks—Fried.
    • Leg of Mutton—Boiled.
    • Caper Sauce.
    • Spinach.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Cottage Pudding.
    • Sauce for Cottage Pudding.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Scalloped Oysters.
    • Mince of Mutton with Potato Frill.
    • Potato Frill.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Celery—Raw.
    • Tipsy Trifle.
    • Apples and Nuts.
    • Soupe Maigre.
    • Boiled Cod.
    • Sauce.
    • Roast Duck.
    • Bread Sauce.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Apple Pie.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Ham and Eggs.
    • Salmi of Duck.
    • Fried Parsnips.
    • Stewed Salsify.
    • Sweet Potatoes—in Jackets.
    • Rosie’s Rice Custard.
    • Soupe au Julienne.
    • Roast Turkey.
    • Cranberry Sauce.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Browned.
    • Stewed Corn.
    • Celery
    • Tropical Snow.
    • Next Day’s Soup.
    • Turkey Scallop.
    • Panned Oysters.
    • Roast Potatoes.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • Floating Island.
    • Tea.
    • Mutton Soup with Tapioca.
    • Salmon Pudding.
    • Sauce for the above.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Macaroni with Cheese.
    • Susie’s Bread Pudding.
    • Bean Soup.
    • Fillet of Veal—Stuffed.
    • Baked Corn.
    • Potato Cakes.
    • Canned String-Beans.
    • Baked Apple Dumplings.
    • Brandy Sauce.
    • Veal and Sago Soup.
    • Jugged Rabbit.
    • Scalloped Potatoes.
    • Sweet Potatoes—Fried.
    • Minced Celery with Egg Dressing.
    • Macaroni and Almond Pudding.
    • Fish Chowder.
    • Fricasseed Chicken—White.
    • Potatoes à l’Italienne.
    • Tomatoes Stewed with Onion.
    • Cheese Fondu.
    • Sponge Gingerbread.
    • Chocolate.
    • Clear Gravy Soup.
    • Oyster Salad.
    • Calf’s Liver à la Mode.
    • Salsify Fritters.
    • Potatoes à la Duchesse.
    • Corn-Meal Fruit Pudding.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Roast Beef, with Yorkshire Pudding.
    • Yorkshire Pudding.
    • Macaroni al Napolitano.
    • Potatoes au Naturel
    • French Beans, Sauté.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Made Mustard.
    • Narcissus Blanc-mange.
    • Variety Soup.
    • Beef Pudding.
    • Scored Potatoes.
    • Canned Peas.
    • Apple Méringue.
    • Celery Soup.
    • Veal Cutlets and Ham.
    • Cauliflower with Cream Sauce.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Mixed Pickles,
    • Jam Pudding.
    • Tea, and Albert Biscuits
    • Sheep’s-head Soup.
    • Roast Hare.
    • Macaroni and Ham.
    • Stuffed Potatoes.
    • Turnips.
    • Fig Pudding.
    • Veal and Rice Broth.
    • Mutton à la Jardinière.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Pork and Beans.
    • Minced Pudding.
    • Apples, Nuts, and Raisins
    • Purée of Peas.
    • Fried Bass.
    • Mashed Potatoes
    • Roast Chicken.
    • Crab-apple Jelly
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Fried Salsify.
    • Margherita Lemon Custard.
    • English Soup.
    • Mutton Chops—Broiled.
    • Sweet Pickles
    • Browned Potato.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Orange Fritters.
    • Beehive Sauce.
    • Coffee
    • German Sago Soup.
    • Boiled Turkey and Oyster Sauce.
    • Oyster Sauce.
    • Savory Rice Pudding.
    • Potatoes au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Celery and Grape Jelly
    • Mince Pie.
    • Bananas and Oranges
    • Combination Soup.
    • Mince of Fowl.
    • Turkey Salad.
    • Sweet Potatoes—Baked.
    • Brussels Sprouts.
    • Sweet Macaroni.
    • Chocolate.
    • Mother’s Soup.
    • Beefsteak with Onions.
    • Mixed Pickles
    • Sweet and Irish Potatoes—Chopped.
    • Corn and Tomatoes Stewed.
    • Crème du Thé, Café et Chocolat.
    • Lexington Soup.
    • Boiled Chickens and Macaroni.
    • Chow-Chow,
    • Parsnip Cakes.
    • Whipped Potatoes.
    • Jam Roley-Poley.
    • Wine Sauce.
    • Apples and Nuts,
    • White Soup.
    • Langue de Bœuf, or Beef’s Tongue.
    • Sauce Piquante.
    • Fried Brains and Green Peas.
    • Hominy Croquettes.
    • Cold Slaw.
    • Brown Betty.
    • Potato Soup.
    • Fried Oysters.
    • Roast Mutton.
    • Spinach à la Crème.
    • Potatoes Stewed Whole.
    • French Tapioca Custard.
    • Old Hare Soup.
    • Hot Pot.
    • Cucumber Pickles
    • Turnips with White Sauce.
    • Boiled Rice au Genève.
    • Cabinet Pudding.
    • Cabinet Pudding Sauce.
  • FEBRUARY.
    • Clear Vermicelli Soup.
    • Stewed Ducks.
    • Fried Apples and Bacon.
    • Potatoes à la Reine.
    • Mashed Carrots.
    • Potato Pie.
    • Oranges and Bananas.
    • Blanche’s Soup.
    • Duck Paté.
    • Sweet Potatoes, Boiled.
    • Succotash.
    • Cup Custards—Boiled.
    • Cut, or Fancy Cake,
    • Family Soup.
    • Rolled Beef.
    • Browned Potatoes—Whole.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Unity Pudding.
    • Cream Sauce.
    • Split Pea Soup.
    • Fricasseed Chicken—Brown.
    • Ladies’ Cabbage.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Stewed Salsify.
    • Soft Gingerbread.
    • Café au Lait.
    • Dundee Broth.
    • Baked Calf’s Head.
    • French Beans and Fried Brains.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Potatoes in Cases.
    • Snowballs.
    • Sweet Cream.
    • Calf’s Feet Soup.
    • Salt Mackerel, with Cream Sauce.
    • Mashed Potatoes,
    • Larded Sweetbreads, Stewed.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Omelette Soufflé.
    • Tea and Toasted Crackers.
    • Gravy and Sago Soup.
    • Boiled Corned Beef.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Cauliflower, with Sauce.
    • Sauce for the above.
    • Baked Macaroni.
    • Jelly Tartlets.
    • Apples and Nuts,
    • Mock Turtle Bean Soup.
    • Haunch of Venison.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Moulded.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Sweet Potatoes—Browned.
    • Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream.
    • Coffee and Macaroons
    • “Second Thoughts” Soup.
    • Larded Venison.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Fried Sweet Potatoes.
    • Raspberry and Currant Jelly Tart.
    • Clam Soup.
    • Ragoût of Veal.
    • Rice and Cheese.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Celery Salad.
    • A Mere Trifle.
    • Hotch-Potch.
    • Stewed Pigeons.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Kidney Beans.
    • English Tapioca Pudding.
    • Celery Soup.
    • Mutton Cutlets—Fried.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Corn and Tomatoes.
    • Brussels Sprouts.
    • Apple Méringue Pie.
    • Friars’ Soup.
    • Oyster Pie.
    • Calf’s Liver à l’Anglaise.
    • Potatoes au Gratin.
    • Stewed Parsnips.
    • Picklette and Apple Sauce.
    • Chocolate Custard.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Baked Ham.
    • Cheese Fondu.
    • Spinach with Eggs.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Seymour Pudding.
    • Beef and Barley Soup.
    • Steamed Turkey.
    • Cranberry Sauce
    • Naples Rice Pudding.
    • Boiled Sweet Potatoes.
    • Pumpkin Pie.
    • Giblet Soup.
    • Turkey and Ham.
    • Corn Puddings.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Farina Custard.
    • Plain Calf’s Head Soup.
    • Boiled Mutton.
    • Minced Cabbage.
    • String Beans.
    • Beet-root Salad.
    • Corn-meal Puffs.
    • Marie’s Soup.
    • Ragoût of Calf’s Head and Mushrooms.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Creamed Potatoes.
    • Tomato Soy
    • Sponge-cake Pudding.
    • Nuts and Raisins.
    • Potage au Riz,
    • English Pork Pie.
    • Mock Stewed Oysters.
    • Potato Balls.
    • Lemon Jelly and Light Cake.
    • Lobster Bisque.
    • Stewed Chicken.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Winter Squash.
    • Apple Snow.
    • Tea and Macaroons.
    • Ayrshire Soup.
    • Mutton Chops and Tomato Purée.
    • Potato Strips.
    • Boiled Beans.
    • Macaroni Pudding.
    • Potato Soup.
    • Roast Beef.
    • Sweet Potatoes—Baked.
    • Baked Hominy.
    • Cabbage Salad.
    • Arrow-root Pudding—(Cold).
    • Coffee
    • Bread Soup.
    • Cannelon of Beef.
    • Chow-chow
    • Potato Stew.
    • Pork and Beans.
    • Peach Batter Pudding.
    • Cream Soup.
    • Roast Breast of Veal.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Plain Boiled Potatoes.
    • Celery.
    • Essex Pudding.
    • Jelly Sauce.
    • Julienne Soup.
    • Halibut Steaks—Broiled.
    • Scalloped Potatoes.
    • Veal and Ham Pie.
    • Stewed Cauliflower.
    • Pancakes with Preserves.
    • Chicken Broth.
    • Chickens and Rice.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Boiled Sweet Potatoes.
    • Cold Slaw—Cream Dressing.
    • Poor Man’s Plum Pudding.
    • Wednesday’s Soup.
    • Boiled Cod.
    • Chicken Patés.
    • Cheese Fingers.
    • Mashed Potatoes and Mashed Turnips.
    • Sweet Potato Pudding.
    • Bean and Celery Soup.
    • Jugged Pigeons.
    • Shred Macaroni.
    • Brussels-Sprouts.
    • Sponge-Cake Fritters.
  • MARCH.
    • Mushroom Soup.
    • Roast Ducks.
    • Green Peas
    • Savory Scotch Pudding.
    • Spinach in a Mould.
    • Turret Cream.
    • Coffee.
    • Tomato and Bean Soup.
    • Ham and Eggs.
    • Fricassee of Duck.
    • Stewed Corn.
    • Glazed Potatoes.
    • Queen’s Pudding.
    • German Sago Soup.
    • Beefsteak and Onions.
    • French Beans Garnis with Sausages.
    • Hot Slaw.
    • Hasty Farina Pudding.
    • Baked Soup.
    • Devilled Lobster.
    • Calf’s Liver à la Mode.
    • Baked Celery.
    • Potatoes au Gratin, with Vermicelli.
    • Lemon Pudding.
    • Beef Soup with Barley.
    • Stuffed Loin of Veal.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Kidney Beans with Sauce.
    • Plain Boiled Pudding.
    • Hard Sauce.
    • Oyster Soup.
    • Brown Fricassee of Chicken.
    • Ladies’ Cabbage.
    • Potatoes au Naturel.
    • Sliced Apple Pie.
    • A Plain Soup.
    • Breaded Mutton Chops.
    • Milanaise Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Cocoanut Sponge Pudding.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Roast Beef and Potato Balls.
    • Sliced Sweet Potatoes.
    • Cauliflower au Gratin.
    • Southern Rice Pudding—Méringued.
    • Hasty Soup.
    • Larded Beef.
    • Stewed Parsnips.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • “Brown Betty.”
    • Tea and Albert Biscuit.
    • White Soup.
    • Boiled Shoulder of Mutton with Oysters.
    • Creamed Potatoes.
    • Baked Beans.
    • Cottage Puffs.
    • Giblet Soup.
    • Smothered Chickens.
    • Macaroni with Tomato Sauce.
    • Potato Chips.
    • Apple Cake.
    • Filling.
    • Coffee
    • Chicken Broth.
    • Rolled Beefsteak.
    • Salsify Fritters.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Fig Custard Pudding.
    • Split Pea Soup, without Meat.
    • Baked Halibut.
    • Chicken and Ham Pudding.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Mixed Pickles
    • Cottage Pudding.
    • Wine Sauce.
    • Bone Soup.
    • Pigeon Pie.
    • Roast Sweet Potatoes.
    • Baked Hominy.
    • Willie’s Favorite Pudding.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Roast Mutton.
    • Potato Rissoles.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Spinach à la Reine.
    • Transparent Puddings.
    • Coffee,
    • Savory Porridge.
    • Minced Mutton and Eggs.
    • Potatoes au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • String-Beans—Sauté.
    • Jaune Mange.
    • Quick Lobster Soup.
    • Roast Tenderloin of Beef.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Canned Succotash.
    • Apple Trifle.
    • Lady’s-Fingers,
    • Mock-Turtle Soup.
    • Veal Cutlets and Brains.
    • Potatoes au Gratin.
    • Stewed Tomatoes and Onion.
    • Lettuce.
    • Steamed Bread Pudding.
    • Curry Soup.
    • Stewed Beef.
    • Bermuda Potatoes—au Naturel.
    • Baked Macaroni.
    • White Puffs.
    • Custard Sauce.
    • Clam Chowder.
    • Fried Weak Fish.
    • Braised Duck.
    • Purée of Green Peas.
    • Cauliflower à la Crème.
    • Corn-Meal Pudding without Eggs.
    • Chicken Broth.
    • Paté of Salt Cod.
    • Boiled Chicken and Rice.
    • Egg Sauce.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Ambrosia.
    • Café au Lait and Sponge-Cake.
    • A Good Stock Soup.
    • Beef à la Mode de Rome.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Hominy Croquettes.
    • Spinach.
    • Snow Custard.
    • Nuts and Raisins
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Browned Mince of Beef.
    • Stewed Potatoes—Creamed.
    • Broccoli.
    • Canned Peaches and Cream.
    • Myrtle’s Cake,
    • Barley Broth.
    • Boiled Leg of Mutton.
    • Oyster Sauce.
    • Kidney Beans.
    • Bermuda Potatoes—Baked.
    • Cocoanut Pudding.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Salmon Pudding.
    • Swiss Turnovers.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Lettuce Salad with Cream Dressing.
    • Wayne Pudding.
    • Ox-tail Soup.
    • Irish Stew.
    • Corn Pudding.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Queen’s Toast.
    • Réchauffé Soup.
    • Lobster Croquettes.
    • Chickens with Mushroom Sauce.
    • Cabbage Sprouts.
    • Boiled Macaroni.
    • Nursery Plum Pudding.
    • Dresden Soup.
    • Boiled Blue Fish.
    • Baked Calf’s Head.
    • Canned Succotash.
    • Casserole of Rice with Tomato Sauce.
    • Belle’s Dumplings.
  • APRIL.
    • Clear Soup.
    • Fricasseed Chickens—White.
    • Buttered Parsnips.
    • Savory Potatoes.
    • Lettuce Salad—Plain.
    • Pie-Plant (April) Fool.
    • Coffee and Cake
    • Milk and Bread Soup.
    • Larded Mutton Chops.
    • Green Peas.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Corn-Meal Hasty Pudding.
    • Bean and Corn Soup.
    • Beefsteak Pudding.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Cold Slaw.
    • Baked Chocolate Custards.
    • Fancy Cakes,
    • “Red Pottage.”
    • Boiled Cod with Caper Sauce.
    • Scalloped Chicken.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Browned.
    • Split Pea Pancakes.
    • Queen of Puddings.
    • Chicken Soup.
    • Mayonnaise of Fish.
    • Veal Chops with Tomato Sauce.
    • Macaroni with Eggs.
    • Potato Strips.
    • Jelly-Cake Fritters.
    • Graham Soup.
    • Scalloped Oysters.
    • Stewed Sweetbreads—Brown.
    • Moulded Potato.
    • Lettuce.
    • Quaking Custard.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Glazed Ham.
    • Spinach à la Parisienne.
    • Chow-chow
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Rhubarb Tart.
    • Pea and Rice Soup.
    • Fillet of Veal with Ham.
    • Potato Balls.
    • Stuffed Cabbage.
    • French Beans.
    • Charlotte Cachée.
    • Bird’s Nest in Jelly.
    • Ham and Egg Soup.
    • Veal Patés.
    • Creamed Parsnips.
    • Salad of Lettuce and Veal.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Corn-Starch Hasty Pudding.
    • Mélange Soup.
    • Ragoût of Mutton.
    • Canned Corn Pudding.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Peach Batter Pudding.
    • Eel Soup.
    • Boiled Chicken.
    • Potatoes à la Crème.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Steamed Corn-Meal Pudding.
    • Cream Almond Soup.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Chopped Potatoes.
    • Chicken Salad.
    • Moulded Spinach.
    • Soft Gingerbread.
    • Chocolate.
    • Oyster Soup.
    • Fillets of Halibut.
    • Paté of Sweetbreads.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Boston Cream Cakes.
    • Soup Verte.
    • Baked Mutton Cutlets.
    • Hominy Pudding.
    • Potato Cakes.
    • Lettuce.
    • Tapioca Pudding.
    • Calf’s Head Soup.
    • Imitation Turtle.
    • Chopped Macaroni.
    • String-Beans and Fried Brains.
    • Bermuda Potatoes.
    • Alice’s Pudding.
    • Coffee and Whipped Cream.
    • A Good White Soup.
    • Ham and Eggs.
    • Succotash.
    • Oyster Salad.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Plain Macaroni Pudding.
    • Pot-au-feu.
    • Boiled Leg of Mutton.
    • Caper Sauce.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Stewed Pie-Plant.
    • Peach Lèche Crèma.
    • Scotch Broth.
    • Mutton Pie.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Cabbage Salad.
    • Lemon Puffs.
    • Soup à la Bonne Femme.
    • Corned Beef.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Scalloped Cauliflower.
    • Fried Potatoes.
    • Orange Cream Pie.
    • “Peas Porridge Hot.”
    • Baked Shad.
    • Miroton of Beef.
    • Cresses.
    • Spinach with Eggs.
    • An Ambushed Trifle.
    • Clam Soup.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes and Corn.
    • Whole Bermuda Potatoes.
    • Boiled Custards.
    • Ox Head Soup.
    • Roast Breast of Mutton.
    • Hominy Fritters.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Pine-apple Ambrosia.
    • Next Day Soup.
    • Pilau of Mutton.
    • Green Peas.
    • Cheese Fondu.
    • Farina Hasty Pudding with Sauce.
    • Crust Soup.
    • Mock Pigeons with Mushroom Sauce.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Cabbage Sprouts and Eggs.
    • Bread and Raisin Pudding.
    • Bouillon of Beef.
    • Tomato Omelette with Cheese.
    • Savory Rice Pudding.
    • Corn-Starch Custard Pie.
    • Frugal Soup.
    • Calf’s Liver à l’Anglaise.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Spinach and Eggs.
    • Cocoanut Pudding.
    • Onion Soup.
    • Salmon Croquettes.
    • Mutton Chops—Broiled.
    • Squeezed Potatoes.
    • Parsnip Fritters.
    • Almond Blanc-Mange.
    • White Cake.
    • Okra and Tomato Soup.
    • Beef’s Heart.
    • Ramakins.
    • Potatoes à la Crème.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Newark Pudding.
  • MAY.
    • Clear Soup.
    • Roast Lamb.
    • Mint Sauce.
    • Green Peas.
    • Asparagus upon Toast.
    • Potato Eggs.
    • Rice and Tapioca Pudding.
    • Yesterday’s Soup.
    • Cold Lamb.
    • Savory Macaroni.
    • Sea-Kale.
    • Potato Salad.
    • Coffee and Sister Mag’s Cake.
    • Veal and Tapioca Broth.
    • Baked Beefsteak.
    • Young Onions Stewed.
    • Potatoes Baked with Steak.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Oatmeal Pudding with Cream.
    • Hot Pot.
    • Stewed Breast of Veal with Mushroom Sauce.
    • Spinach à la Reine.
    • Rhubarb (or Pie-plant) Sauce.
    • Browned Potatoes—Mashed.
    • Burnt Custard.
    • Italian Minestra Soup.
    • Chicken Pudding.
    • Batter for the Pudding.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Asparagus and Eggs.
    • German Puffs.
    • Canned Corn Soup.
    • Boiled Shad.
    • Scalloped Roes.
    • Potato Snow.
    • Green Peas.
    • Cress Salad.
    • Lemon Trifle.
    • Tea and Cake.
    • Minced Beef Soup.
    • Ragoût of Mutton.
    • Broiled Potatoes.
    • French Beans with Force-meat Balls.
    • Boiled Rice.
    • Neapolitan Pudding.
    • Soup à l’Italienne.
    • Beef à la Mode.
    • Asparagus upon Toast, and Green Peas.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Tropical Snow.
    • Jelly Cake,
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Pressed Beef.
    • Spinach.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Southern Rice Pudding.
    • Green Pea Soup.
    • Breaded Mutton Chops.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Lettuce.
    • Batter Pudding.
    • Fine White Soup.
    • Calf’s Liver, Larded.
    • Green Pea Pancakes.
    • Asparagus in Ambush.
    • Bermuda Potatoes en robe de chambre.
    • Pine-Apple Pie.
    • Mulligatawny Soup.
    • Chicken Patés.
    • Sea-Kale.
    • Potatoes au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Lettuce and Cress Salad.
    • Queen of Puddings with Strawberry Méringue.
    • A Soup Maigre.
    • Fried Shad.
    • Roe Croquettes.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes with Onion and Bread.
    • Cup Custards—Baked.
    • Corn-Starch Cake.
    • Sweetbread Soup.
    • Beefsteaks.
    • Baked Rice.
    • Green Peas.
    • Roast Potatoes.
    • Omelette aux Confitures.
    • Tea and Albert Biscuits
    • Sago Soup.
    • Stuffed Shoulder of Mutton.
    • Potato Edging.
    • Boiled Asparagus.
    • Purée of Green Peas.
    • Neapolitan Blanc-Mange.
    • Clam Soup.
    • Cold Mutton.
    • Brussels Sprouts.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Oranges and Bananas.
    • Coffee and Cake.
    • Brown Beef Soup.
    • Veal Cutlets and Ham.
    • String-Beans.
    • Chopped Potatoes.
    • Lettuce.
    • Graham Hasty Pudding.
    • Green Asparagus Soup.
    • Stewed Chicken.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Corn Fritters.
    • Marmalade Roll.
    • Sheep’s Head Soup.
    • Roast Beef.
    • Fried Potatoes.
    • Spinach upon Toast.
    • Asparagus with Eggs.
    • Corn-Starch Blanc-Mange with Preserves.
    • Purée of Tomatoes.
    • Boiled Bass with Mushrooms.
    • Roast Sweetbreads.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Succotash.
    • Strawberry Méringue.
    • Amber Soup.
    • Ham and Omelette.
    • Ladies’ Cabbage.
    • Buttered Rice.
    • Summer Salad.
    • Irish Potato Pie.
    • German Sago Soup.
    • Roast Lamb.
    • Green Peas.
    • Young Onions—Stewed.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Strawberries and Cream.
    • Silver Cake.
    • Baked Hotch-Potch.
    • Minced Lamb.
    • Poached Eggs.
    • Potato Cakes.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Bread Pudding.
    • Cracker Soup.
    • Beefsteak and Onion.
    • Green Peas.
    • Baked Corn.
    • Cress-Salad.
    • Jersey Puffs.
    • Scotch Broth.
    • Roast Chickens and Pork.
    • Asparagus Pudding.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Chocolate Blanc-Mange.
    • Mock Turtle Soup.
    • Boiled Corned Beef.
    • Young Turnips.
    • Casserole of Rice with Calf’s Brains.
    • Green Pea Fritters.
    • Bananas, Oranges, Nuts and Raisins.
    • Tea, Toasted Crackers, and Cheese.
    • Yesterday’s Soup.
    • Lobster Fricassee.
    • Potato Pasty.
    • String-Beans.
    • Boiled Asparagus.
    • Strawberry Shortcake with Cream.
    • Pea and Potato Soup.
    • Stewed Mutton Cutlets.
    • Green Peas.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Potato Scallops.
    • Fig Pudding.
  • JUNE.
    • All-night Soup.
    • Roast Beef and Round Potatoes.
    • Boiled Macaroni.
    • Green Peas.
    • Snow Custard.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Larded Beef.
    • Stewed Cream Potatoes.
    • Spinach Dressed with Egg.
    • Strawberries and Cream.
    • Martha’s Cake.
    • Quick Beef Soup.
    • Lamb Chops.
    • Purée of Potatoes.
    • Asparagus Rolls.
    • Lettuce.
    • Rosie’s Rice Custard.
    • Chicken Broth.
    • Fried Shad au Gratin.
    • Milanaise Pudding.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Navy Beans.
    • Cottage Pudding.
    • White Asparagus Soup.
    • Stuffed Fillet of Veal with Bacon.
    • Scooped Potatoes.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Hominy Pudding.
    • Cocoanut Puddings.
    • Clam Chowder.
    • Baked Pickerel.
    • Veal Scallop.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Browned.
    • Green Peas.
    • Strawberry Shortcake.
    • Tea,
    • Marlowe Soup.
    • Beef’s Tongue—(Langue du Bœuf).
    • Squeezed Potatoes.
    • French Beans—Sautés.
    • Young Beets.
    • Cherry Pie.
    • Tomato and Pea Soup.
    • Stewed Lamb with Mushroom Sauce.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Green Peas.
    • Stewed Turnips.
    • Lemon Blanc-Mange.
    • Coffee and Cake.
    • “Once-Again” Soup.
    • Cold Lamb.
    • Cheese Fondu.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Potatoes en Robe de Chambre.
    • Floating Island.
    • A Summer Mélange Soup.
    • Rolled Beef.
    • Boiled Onions.
    • Stuffed Tomatoes.
    • Baked Omelette aux Fines Herbes.
    • Strawberries and Cream.
    • Broiled Bones Soup.
    • Boiled Chickens.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Asparagus upon Toast.
    • Potato and Beet Salad.
    • Raspberry Shortcake—Hot.
    • Chicken Panada Soup.
    • Larded Mutton Chops.
    • Green Pea Cakes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • String-Beans.
    • Strawberry Trifle.
    • Purée of Potatoes.
    • Salmon Scallops.
    • Fricassee of Sweetbreads.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Roasted Potatoes.
    • Baked Cherry Dumplings.
    • Ox-head Soup.
    • Corned Beef.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Raspberries and My Lady’s Cake.
    • Rice and Tapioca Soup.
    • Smothered Chicken.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • String-Beans.
    • Beets Sautés.
    • Cream Pudding.
    • Green Pea Soup.
    • Beef Miroton.
    • Asparagus Omelette.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Green Peas.
    • Mountain Custard, or “Junket.”
    • Tea and Fancy Biscuits.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Young Onions.
    • Spinach.
    • Potato Puffs.
    • Strawberries and Cream.
    • Mother’s Cup-Cake.
    • Julienne Soup.
    • Lamb Cutlets.
    • Purée of Green Peas.
    • Potato Strips.
    • Lettuce.
    • Ristori Puffs.
    • Jelly Soup.
    • Stewed Sheep’s Tongues.
    • Potatoes à la Louise.
    • Spinach.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Raspberry Shortcake with Cream.
    • Halibut Chowder.
    • Chicken Pot-pie, with Dumplings.
    • Sea-Kale.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Charlotte Russe.
    • Cream Soup.
    • Boiled Mutton.
    • Hot Slaw.
    • Buttered Potatoes.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • Cherry Roley-Poley.
    • Mutton, Rice, and Tomato Broth.
    • Glazed Ham.
    • Green Peas.
    • Potatoes au Gratin.
    • Stewed Lima Beans.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Spanish Cream.
    • Coffee and Macaroons.
    • Bisque of Lobster.
    • A Good “Pick-up” Dish.
    • Baked Potato Balls.
    • String-Beans.
    • Lettuce.
    • Strawberries and Cream, and Wine Cake.
    • Bread-and-Cheese Soup.
    • Breast of Lamb with Macaroni.
    • Whole Baked Tomatoes.
    • Stewed Peas and French Beans.
    • Corn-Bread Pudding.
    • A Stew Soup.
    • Stuffed Beef’s Heart with Horseradish Sauce.
    • Scalloped Squash.
    • Beets.
    • New Potatoes.
    • Gooseberry Tart.
    • String-Bean Soup.
    • Breaded Mutton Chops.
    • Stewed Tomatoes with Onion.
    • Green Corn Boiled Whole.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Cherries.
    • Raspberries and Cream, with Light Cakes.
    • Convent Soup.
    • Boiled Salmon.
    • Fried Chicken—Whole.
    • Stewed Onions.
    • Green Peas.
    • Potatoes à la Duchesse.
    • Cherry Pie.
    • Gravy Soup.
    • Lemon Veal.
    • Stewed Squash.
    • String-Beans.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Bananas and Oranges.
    • Cherries.
  • JULY.
    • Clear Sago Soup.
    • Larded Shoulder of Mutton.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • New Potatoes—Stewed.
    • Raspberry and Currant Jelly with Whipped Cream.
    • Jugged Soup.
    • Potato Batter Pudding.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • Chopped Corn and Potatoes.
    • Corn-Starch Custard Pudding.
    • Veal Broth.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Boiled Onions.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Moulded.
    • String-Beans Sautés.
    • Raspberries, Cream, and Cake.
    • French Potage.
    • Beef à la Mode.
    • Macaroni with Tomato Sauce.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Fried Cucumbers.
    • Lemon Trifle.
    • Italian Paste Soup.
    • Broiled Spanish Mackerel.
    • Cold Beef à la Mode.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Cream Raspberry Pie.
    • Tomato Soup without Meat.
    • Chicken—Stewed Whole.
    • Baked Squash.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Potato Omelette.
    • Cherry Bread Pudding.
    • Consommé Soup.
    • Braised Veal.
    • Cauliflower, with Sauce.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Green Corn Pudding.
    • Cottage Puffs.
    • Béchamel Soup.
    • Boiled Mutton.
    • Chicken Rissoles.
    • String-Beans.
    • Green Peas and Raw Tomatoes.
    • Self-freezing Ice-Cream.
    • Brown Soup.
    • Ragoût of Mutton.
    • Squash à la Crême.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Raspberries, Cream, and Cake.
    • Iced Coffee.
    • Cabbage Soup.
    • Mock Pigeons.
    • Green Peas.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Cucumber Salad.
    • Farina Pudding—Cold.
    • Crab Soup.
    • Savory Calf’s Head.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Cherry Soufflé.
    • Plain Calf’s Head Soup.
    • Fried Chickens.
    • Fried Kidney-Beans.
    • New Potatoes.
    • Beets Sautés.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Blackcap Shortcake—Hot.
    • Soup à la Bonne Femme.
    • Roast Ducks.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Currant and Raspberry Tart.
    • Pea and Tomato Soup.
    • Salmi of Ducks.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • String-Beans.
    • Cucumbers.
    • Almond Corn-Starch Blanc-Mange.
    • Rice Soup.
    • Stuffed Veal with Garnish of Green Peas.
    • New Potatoes.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Bean Salad.
    • Orange Snow.
    • Iced Tea and Cake.
    • Summer Squash, or Cymbling Soup.
    • Scalloped Veal.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Potatoes, Boiled Whole.
    • Bananas, Oranges, and Cherries.
    • Iced Coffee and Fancy Biscuits.
    • Bread-and-Cheese Porridge.
    • Lamb Chops.
    • Purée of Peas and Onion.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Moulded Potato.
    • Currants and Raspberries.
    • Unity Cake.
    • Ox-tail Soup.
    • Beefsteak with Wine Sauce.
    • Cream Onions.
    • Baked Squash.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Ambrosia Custard.
    • Yesterday’s Soup.
    • Roast Chickens.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Stuffed Tomatoes.
    • Green Corn Pudding.
    • Lemon Méringue Pie.
    • Giblet Soup.
    • Halibut à la Royale.
    • Chicken Cutlets.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Coffee Cream.
    • Julienne Soup.
    • Mutton Stew with Peas.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Cream-Cake and Chocolate.
    • Chicken Soup with Eggs.
    • Braised Beef.
    • Stewed Onions.
    • Whipped Potatoes.
    • Cream Squash.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Claret Jelly and Cake.
    • A Baked Soup.
    • Chicken Scallop.
    • Green Peas.
    • New Potatoes.
    • Lettuce.
    • Huckleberries, Cream, and Cake.
    • Potage aux Croûtons.
    • Devilled Crab.
    • Corned Beef and Turnips.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Beets.
    • Plain Boiled Pudding.
    • Butter (or Lima) Bean Soup.
    • Breaded Veal Cutlets.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Succotash.
    • Devilled Tomatoes.
    • Baked Huckleberry Pudding.
    • Bean and Tomato Soup.
    • Fricasseed Chicken.
    • Boiled Onions with Sauce.
    • Green Pea Cakes.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Baked Cup Custards.
    • Corn Soup.
    • Mayonnaise of Lobster.
    • Beefsteak au Maître D’Hôtel.
    • Stewed Lima Beans.
    • Fried Cucumbers.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Blackberry Pie.
    • Iced Tea.
    • Kilkenny Soup.
    • Mutton Chops.
    • Ragoût of Vegetables.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Indian Pudding.
  • AUGUST.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Stewed Ducks.
    • Green Peas.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Potato Salad.
    • Almond Custard, with Cocoanut Frost.
    • Clam Soup.
    • Ragoût of Duck and Green Peas.
    • Onions.
    • Potatoes, with Cheese Sauce.
    • Blackberries, Huckleberries, and Cream.
    • A Summer Soup.
    • Veal Collops.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • String-Beans.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Apple Compote au Gratin.
    • Beef Noodle Soup.
    • Boiled Chickens and Tongue.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Potato Puffs.
    • Peaches and Cream.
    • Chicken and Corn Soup.
    • Game Mutton.
    • Green Peas.
    • Beets.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Huckleberry Shortcake.
    • Sister Anne’s Soup.
    • Boiled Bass.
    • Cold Mutton.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Tomato Salad.
    • Green Corn Pudding.
    • Apple Custard Pie.
    • Pot au Feu.
    • Broiled Ham and Eggs.
    • Casserole of Potato.
    • String-Beans.
    • Cream Squash.
    • Jelly Omelette.
    • Noodle Soup.
    • Braised Chicken.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Green Corn Sauté.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Ice Cream and Cake.
    • A Monday Soup.
    • Scallop and Baked Eggs.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Green Peas.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Huckleberry Cake.
    • Iced Coffee.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Tomatoes and Corn, Stewed.
    • Potatoes in Jackets.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • Peaches and Cream.
    • Cream Soup.
    • Baked Calf’s Head, with Mushrooms.
    • Spinach.
    • Succotash.
    • Lettuce.
    • Apple Pudding.
    • Beef Bouillon.
    • The Beef and Vegetables.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Peach Pie.
    • Eel Soup.
    • Broiled Chickens.
    • Broiled Tomatoes.
    • Scalloped Squash.
    • Nutmeg and Water Melons.
    • Vegetable Soup with Eggs.
    • Larded Mutton Chops.
    • Green Peas.
    • Boiled Green Corn.
    • Potatoes Boiled Whole.
    • Blackberry Roley Poley.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Fillet of Veal.
    • Chopped Potatoes.
    • Green Corn Pudding.
    • String-Beans.
    • Peach Lèche-Crêma.
    • Quick Soup.
    • Dijon Paté.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Pears, Peaches, and Bananas.
    • Iced Coffee, Crackers, and Cheese.
    • Mutton Broth.
    • Brunswick Stew.
    • Onions Stewed Brown.
    • Potatoes à la Duchesse.
    • Cucumbers.
    • Peaches and Cream, with Sponge-Cake.
    • Ox-cheek Soup.
    • Roast Beef.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • Green Corn cut from the Cob.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Open Apple Custard Tart.
    • Mrs. B.’s Corn Soup.
    • Smothered Chicken.
    • Stuffed Tomatoes.
    • Scalloped Potatoes.
    • Beets.
    • Cottage Pudding.
    • Fish Chowder.
    • Omelette with Gravy.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Potato Salad.
    • Peach Batter Pudding.
    • White Mock Turtle Soup.
    • Calf’s Liver and Bacon.
    • Breaded Egg-plant.
    • String-Beans.
    • Corn and Tomatoes.
    • Nutmeg Melons and Peaches.
    • Clear Soup.
    • Larded Ducks.
    • Succotash.
    • Stewed Squash.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Peach Ice-Cream.
    • A Medley Soup.
    • Casserole of Ducks and Macaroni.
    • Broiled Ham.
    • Stewed Onions.
    • Chopped Potatoes.
    • Watermelons and Pears.
    • Farina Soup.
    • Haricot of Mutton.
    • Moulded Potato.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Baked Berry Dumplings.
    • Squirrel Soup.
    • Fricasseed Chicken.
    • Boiled Rice.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Fruit.
    • Iced Coffee and Ellie’s Cake.
    • Ham and Veal Soup.
    • Beefsteak Pudding.
    • Stuffed Egg-plant.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Summer Salad.
    • Peach Trifle.
    • Cauliflower Soup, without Meat.
    • Fillets of Halibut, with Potatoes.
    • Beef’s Tongue with Green Peas.
    • Green Corn Pudding.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Melons, Peaches, and Pears.
    • Beef Stock Soup.
    • Boiled Ham.
    • Onion Tomato Sauce.
    • Squash au Gratin.
    • Stripped Potatoes.
    • Whole Peach Pie.
  • SEPTEMBER.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Roast Beef and Browned Potatoes.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Boiled Green Corn.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Narcissus Blanc-Mange.
    • Iced Coffee and Sliced Cake.
    • Ham and Egg Soup.
    • Braised Larded Beef.
    • Chopped Potatoes and Corn.
    • Cucumber and Onion Salad.
    • Stewed Squash.
    • Peaches and Cream.
    • A Hash Soup.
    • Kidneys Sautés with Wine.
    • Baked Omelette aux Fines Herbes.
    • String-Beans.
    • Cauliflower au Gratin.
    • Syllabub and May’s Cake.
    • May’s Cake.
    • Ayrshire Broth.
    • Chickens à la Française.
    • Succotash.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Blackberry Shortcake—Hot.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Boiled Leg of Mutton.
    • Caper Sauce.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Egg-plant.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Peach Fritters.
    • Fish Soup.
    • Mutton Batter Pudding.
    • Stewed Tomatoes and Corn.
    • Cream Potatoes.
    • Apple Cake with Cream.
    • Filling.
    • Iced Coffee.
    • White Stock Soup.
    • Mock Quails.
    • Kidney-Beans.
    • Corn Fritters.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Cabinet Pudding.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Roast Ducks.
    • Stuffed Tomatoes.
    • Cauliflower with Sauce Tartare.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Melons, Peaches, and Pears.
    • Black Coffee, Crackers and Cheese.
    • Vegetable Consommé.
    • Stewed Lamb à la Jardinière.
    • French Beans Sautés.
    • Mashed Potatoes au Gratin.
    • Peaches, Cream, and Cake.
    • Beef Gravy Soup.
    • Paté de Foie de Veau.
    • Stuffed Squash.
    • Succotash.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Baked Blackberry Pudding.
    • Soup à la Bonne Femme.
    • Roast Tenderloin of Beef.
    • Beets Sautés.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Velvet Blanc-Mange.
    • Egg Soup.
    • Smothered Chickens with Mushrooms.
    • Scalloped Cauliflower.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Beet-root Salad.
    • Peaches and Cream.
    • Oberlin Soup.
    • Cream Pickerel.
    • Giblet Omelette.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Boiled Corn.
    • Cucumbers.
    • Diplomatic Pudding.
    • Mutton Noodle Soup.
    • Baked Sheep’s Head à la Russe.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Squash.
    • Tomatoes Stuffed with Corn.
    • Cream Peach Pie.
    • Rice and Tomato Soup.
    • Boiled Chickens and Tongue.
    • Breaded Egg-plant.
    • Boiled Cauliflower.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Frozen Custard and Cake.
    • Chicken and Corn Soup.
    • Casserole of Rice, with Chickens and Tongue.
    • Onions Stewed Brown.
    • Baked Sweet Potatoes.
    • Cold Slaw.
    • Corn-starch Hasty Pudding.
    • Tea and Fancy Biscuits.
    • St. Rémo Broth.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Potatoes au Naturel.
    • Kidney-Beans.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Fruit Dessert.
    • Coffee and Cake.
    • Ox-Cheek Soup.
    • Stewed Calf’s Hearts.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Potatoes au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Stewed Tomatoes and Onion.
    • Stewed Pears with Rice.
    • Rissole Soup.
    • Lamb Chops.
    • Potato Mound.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Ladies’ Cabbage.
    • Damson Tart.
    • Potato Porridge.
    • Devilled Crabs.
    • Roasted Sweetbreads.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Boiled Green Corn.
    • Apple Soufflé Pudding.
    • Rule of Three Soup.
    • Veal and Ham Cutlets, à la Polonaise.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Cream Squash.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Bavarian Cream.
    • Fancy Macaroni Soup.
    • Fricasseed Chickens.
    • Spinach à la Crême.
    • Devilled Tomatoes.
    • Sweet Potatoes—Browned.
    • Baked Pears and Cream.
    • Orange Cake.
    • Giblet Soup.
    • Brown Beef Stew.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Cucumber and Onion Salad.
    • Bananas, Oranges, and Apples.
    • Coffee and Albert Biscuit.
    • Quick Lobster Soup.
    • Roast Lamb.
    • Baked Squash.
    • Green Corn cut from the Cob.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Rock-work.
    • Julienne Soup.
    • Cold Lamb.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • Eggs and Mushrooms.
    • Breaded Egg-plant.
    • Potato Fritters.
    • Bread-and-Meat Soup.
    • Braised Breast of Veal.
    • Cauliflower with Sauce.
    • Stewed Squash.
    • Fried Potatoes.
    • Boiled Apple Dumplings.
    • Onion Soup Maigre.
    • Baked Blue Fish.
    • Imitation Oyster Scallops.
    • Potato Puff à la Genève.
    • Raw Cucumbers.
    • Cream Cakes.
    • Vegetable Soup à la Crécy.
    • Glazed Ham.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Cabbage au Gratin.
    • Peach Pudding.
  • OCTOBER.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Fricassee of Ducks.
    • Tomatoes in a Mould.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Potato Rissoles.
    • Ruby’s Pudding.
    • Curry Soup.
    • Breaded Mutton Chops—Baked.
    • Spinach.
    • Whipped Potatoes.
    • Boiled Rice, with Sauce.
    • Apple Charlotte.
    • Coffee.
    • Barley Broth.
    • Stewed Beef.
    • Macaroni.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Kidney Beans.
    • Southern Rice Pudding.
    • Squirrel Soup.
    • Fricassee of Calf’s Tongues.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Squash.
    • Stripped Potatoes, Stewed.
    • Jelly Custards and Cake.
    • Marrow-bone Soup.
    • Roast Chickens.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Broiled Potatoes.
    • Raw Tomatoes.
    • Squash Pie.
    • Cat-fish Soup.
    • Scalloped Oysters.
    • Roulettes of Chicken.
    • Beets.
    • Fried Sweet Potatoes.
    • Amber Pudding.
    • Ox-tail Soup.
    • Corned Beef.
    • Boiled Turnips.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Horseradish Sauce.
    • Bubble Pudding.
    • Clear Soup.
    • Chickens and Mushrooms.
    • Squash au Gratin.
    • Creamed Potatoes.
    • Breaded Egg-Plant.
    • Spanish Cream.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Mutton Chops.
    • Baked Sweet Potatoes.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • Savory Rice Pudding.
    • Oranges, Bananas, and Pears.
    • Green Bean Soup.
    • Beef à la Reine.
    • Purée of Turnips.
    • Potato Cakes.
    • Lettuce Salad.
    • Custard Bread Pudding.
    • A Cheap Soup.
    • Cannelon of Beef.
    • Browned Sweet Potatoes.
    • Hominy Croquettes.
    • Cauliflower.
    • Claret Jelly.
    • Mrs. M.’s Sponge-Cake.
    • Egg Soup.
    • Larded Steak, Broiled.
    • Purée of Potatoes.
    • Baked Macaroni.
    • Bavarian Salad.
    • Lemon Cream Pie.
    • Turnip Soup.
    • Oyster Patés.
    • Rissoles of Sweetbreads.
    • Chopped Cabbage.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Browned.
    • Quince Soufflé.
    • Mock Turtle Soup.
    • Hot Pot.
    • Cauliflower à la Crême.
    • Mashed Parsnips.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Cocoanut Pudding.
    • Yesterday’s Soup.
    • Roast Leg of Lamb.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Fried Egg-plant.
    • Rice Snow.
    • White Mountain Cake.
    • Sago Soup.
    • Lamb Pudding.
    • Stewed Corn.
    • Potatoes au Naturel.
    • Cabbage Salad.
    • Grapes, Pears, and Bananas.
    • Tea à la Russe.
    • Soup and Bouilli.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Alice’s Pudding.
    • Poor Roger’s Soup.
    • Beefsteak and Onions.
    • Canned Succotash.
    • Potatoes à la Parisienne.
    • Spinach.
    • Baked Apple Dumplings.
    • Dieppe Soup.
    • Stewed Chickens.
    • Boiled Beans.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Tapioca Pudding.
    • Clam Soup.
    • Boiled Cod.
    • Sauce.
    • Purée of Eggs.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Cauliflower au Gratin.
    • Coffee Custard Méringue.
    • Excellent Stock Soup.
    • Veal Collops with Tomato Sauce.
    • Rice Croquettes à la Princesse.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Squash.
    • Lausanne Pudding.
    • White Broth.
    • Roast Beef.
    • Yorkshire Pudding.
    • Browned Sweet Potatoes.
    • Fried Parsnips.
    • Potato Pudding.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Réchauffée of Beef.
    • Potatoes au Gratin.
    • Kidney Beans—Fricasseed.
    • Grapes, Boiled Chestnuts, Apples.
    • Beef-olives Soup.
    • Mutton Stew, with Dumplings.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Beets Sautés.
    • Omelette Méringue.
    • Barley Cream Soup.
    • Boiled Ham.
    • Chopped Cabbage.
    • Corn Pudding.
    • Beet-root Salad.
    • Drunken Dominie.
    • A Western Soup.
    • Roast Chickens and Cresses.
    • Polenta.
    • Stewed Salsify.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Apricot Trifle.
    • Peas Porridge.
    • Fried Pickerel.
    • Chicken Croquettes.
    • Purée of Potatoes.
    • Baked Squash.
    • Apple Fritters.
    • Tomato and Pea Soup.
    • Calf’s Liver and Bacon.
    • Parsnip Fritters.
    • Spinach.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Bread-and-Raisin Pudding.
  • NOVEMBER.
    • Baked Soup.
    • Fillet of Veal.
    • Cannelon of Potatoes.
    • French Beans à la Crême.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • Neapolitainoes.
    • Sago Soup.
    • Veal and Oyster Pie.
    • Boiled Potatoes.
    • Cold Slaw.
    • Dressing.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Dessert of Fruit and Nuts.
    • Strong Broth.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Omelette, with Tomatoes.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Lemon Puffs.
    • Beef Tea, with Noodles.
    • Smothered Chickens.
    • Salsify Sauté.
    • Macaroni au Gratin.
    • Brussels Sprouts.
    • English Tapioca Pudding.
    • Mutton Soup.
    • Roast Rabbits.
    • Cheese Custards.
    • Stewed Corn.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Cocoa Pudding.
    • Milk Soup.
    • Ragoût of Duck.
    • Canned Green Peas.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Celery Salad.
    • Sponge Gingerbread and Chocolate.
    • Family Soup.
    • Killarney Stew.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Fried Sweet Potatoes.
    • Stewed Carrots.
    • Boiled Pudding.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Roast Saddle of Mutton.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Salsify Fritters.
    • Kidney Beans à l’Anglaise.
    • Almond Blanc-Mange.
    • Cream Rose Cake.
    • Irish Broth.
    • Cotelettes à la Reine.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Savory Bread Pudding.
    • Bean Salad.
    • Stewed Apples, Cream, and Cake.
    • Mutton and Oyster Soup.
    • Beefsteak au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Baked Sweet Potatoes.
    • Stewed Onions.
    • Mashed Squash.
    • Orange Pudding.
    • Barley Cream Soup.
    • Roast Chine of Pork.
    • Peas Pudding.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Apple Pudding.
    • Game Soup.
    • Fricassee of Grouse.
    • Potatoes with Vermicelli.
    • Buttered Parsnips.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Quaking Custard.
    • Turnip Soup.
    • Boiled Cod.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Fricasseed Eggs.
    • Canned Succotash.
    • Chocolate Tartlets.
    • Winter Pea Soup.
    • Ham and Eggs.
    • Macaroni with Cod.
    • Fried Beans.
    • Cold Slaw, with Cream Dressing.
    • Squash Pie.
    • Potage au Riz.
    • Roast Turkey.
    • Cranberry Sauce.
    • Mashed Potatoes—Browned.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Queen’s Pudding.
    • Giblet Soup.
    • Turkey Scallop.
    • Boiled Rice.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Apple Méringue Pie.
    • Veal and Oyster Soup.
    • Beefsteak Pie.
    • Ladies’ Cabbage au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Purée of Potatoes.
    • Canned French Beans.
    • Flour Hasty Pudding.
    • Cauliflower Soup.
    • Pork Chops, with Tomato Gravy.
    • Beets.
    • Potato Croquettes.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Batter Pudding.
    • Chicken Cream Soup.
    • Ragoût of Rabbits.
    • Parsnip Fritters.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Glazed Sweet Potatoes.
    • Orange Tartlets.
    • Egg Soup.
    • Panned Oysters.
    • Fowl and Rice Croquettes.
    • Potatoes à l’Italienne.
    • Canned Corn Pudding.
    • Boiled Custards and Cake.
    • Good Beef Soup.
    • Breaded Lamb Chops.
    • Fried Potatoes.
    • Scalloped Tomatoes.
    • Baked Onions.
    • Suet Dumplings.
    • Macaroni Soup.
    • Roast Goose.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Canned String-Beans.
    • Cauliflower.
    • Chocolate and Cocoanut Blanc-Mange.
    • White Cake.
    • Medley Soup.
    • Réchauffé of Goose.
    • Stewed Salsify.
    • Potato Cones—Baked.
    • Cranberry Sauce.
    • Apple Méringue.
    • Baked Bean Soup.
    • Veal Cutlets.
    • Fried Parsnips.
    • Sausage and Cabbage.
    • Celery Salad.
    • Macaroni Pudding.
    • Venison Soup.
    • Boiled Leg of Mutton.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Stuffed Potatoes.
    • Pancakes.
    • Mutton and Rice Soup.
    • Chickens à la Viennoise.
    • Hominy Croquettes.
    • Spinach.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Bread and Custard Pudding.
    • Graham Soup.
    • Fricassee of Salmon.
    • Chicken Dumplings.
    • Salsify Sauté.
    • Macaroni with Bacon.
    • Bean Salad.
    • Pumpkin Pie.
    • Ox-Head Soup.
    • Pork Steaks.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Potatoes Scalloped with Eggs.
    • Apple Pie and Cream.
  • DECEMBER.
    • Soup à la Langue.
    • Roast Haunch of Venison.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Moulded Potatoes.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Barley Custard.
    • Martha’s Cake.
    • Tapioca Soup.
    • Venison Pasty.
    • Stewed Tomatoes.
    • Kidney Beans au Maître d’Hôtel.
    • Potato Cakes.
    • Apple Jelly.
    • Fruit, Nuts, and Raisins.
    • Canned Pea Soup.
    • Beefsteak.
    • Graham Savory Pudding.
    • Baked Potatoes.
    • Creamed Parsnips.
    • Susie’s Bread Pudding.
    • A Plain Soup.
    • Jugged Rabbits.
    • Macaroni with Cheese.
    • Cauliflower.
    • Beets.
    • Rusk Fritters.
    • Celery Soup.
    • Boiled Beef’s Tongue with Sauce Piquante.
    • Baked Beans.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Chopped Potatoes.
    • Lemon Puddings.
    • Bread Soup.
    • Lobster Croquettes.
    • Braised Grouse.
    • Salsify Fritters.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Indian Meal Pudding.
    • Mock Turtle Soup.
    • Baked Mutton Chops.
    • Macaroni Pudding.
    • Winter Squash.
    • Cold Slaw.
    • Cracker and Jam Pudding.
    • “That Soup” Again.
    • Roast Turkey, Garnished with Sausages.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Canned Corn Pudding.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Cranberry Sauce.
    • Orange Snow and Snowdrift Cake.
    • Brown Giblet Soup.
    • Minced Turkey and Eggs.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Stewed Potatoes.
    • Celery.
    • A Plain Rice Pudding.
    • Simple White Soup.
    • Stewed Fillet of Veal.
    • Spinach.
    • Boiled Beans.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Queen’s Toast.
    • Beef Gravy Soup.
    • Cannelon of Veal, Oysters, and Sweetbreads.
    • Potatoes Sautés.
    • Succotash.
    • Cranberry Sauce.
    • Impromptu Plum Pudding.
    • Tomato Soup.
    • Glazed Ham.
    • Potato Puff.
    • Chopped Cabbage with Sauce.
    • Celery Salad.
    • Corn-Starch Cup-Cake.
    • Oyster Soup.
    • Boiled Chickens.
    • Browned Potatoes.
    • Baked Sweet Potatoes.
    • Scalloped Squash.
    • Baked Custards.
    • Chicken and Sago Soup.
    • Beefsteak Pudding.
    • Boiled Onions.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Fried Hominy.
    • Sweet Potato Pie.
    • Ox-tail Soup.
    • Ducks à la Mode.
    • Canned Green Peas.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Scalloped Cauliflower.
    • Sponge-Cake Soufflé Pudding.
    • Second Edition Soup.
    • Boiled Corned Beef.
    • Roast Potatoes.
    • Scalloped Cabbage.
    • Horseradish Sauce.
    • Farina Pudding.
    • Split Pea Soup.
    • Larded Mutton Chops.
    • Tomato Sauce.
    • Lima Beans.
    • Macaroni à la Crême.
    • Apple and Tapioca Pudding.
    • Rabbit Soup.
    • Venison Steaks.
    • Oyster Salad.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Potatoes à la Lyonnaise.
    • Cottage Pudding.
    • Vermicelli Soup.
    • Veal Cutlets à la Milanaise.
    • Stewed Beans.
    • Hominy Pudding.
    • Hot Slaw.
    • Pumpkin Pie.
    • Corn and Tomato Soup.
    • Baked Halibut.
    • Stewed Pigeons.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Fried Salsify.
    • Dorchester Cracker Plum-Pudding.
    • Sheep’s Head and Barley Soup.
    • Bacon and Eggs.
    • Cheese Fondu.
    • Canned String-Beans.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Lemon Tartlets.
    • Clear Sago Soup.
    • Roast Beef.
    • Potato Balls.
    • Fried Sweet Potatoes.
    • Apple Sauce.
    • Celery.
    • Ribbon Blanc-Mange.
    • Cream Soup.
    • Larded Beef.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Baked Tomatoes.
    • Apples, Oranges, and Nuts.
    • Tea and Crackers.
    • Baked Soup.
    • Mock Pigeons.
    • Spinach.
    • Potato Puffs.
    • Stewed Corn.
    • Arrowroot Pudding—Hot.
    • Sweetbread Ball Soup.
    • Chicken and Ham Pie.
    • Rice Croquettes.
    • Stewed Salsify.
    • Creamed Potatoes.
    • Cup Puddings.
    • Noodle Soup.
    • Roast Pig.
    • Mashed Potatoes.
    • Stewed Celery.
    • Mince Pie.
    • Lobster Soup.
    • Ragoût of Roast Pig.
    • Purée of Canned Peas.
    • Sweet Potatoes.
    • Cabbage Salad.
    • Rice Pudding Méringue.
    • Transparent Soup.
    • Larded Rabbits.
    • Scalloped Cauliflower.
    • Fried Parsnips.
    • Mashed Turnips.
    • Cabinet Pudding.
  • Company Dinners.
  • INDEX.
    • SOUPS.
    • FISH.
    • MEATS, ENTRÉES, ETC.
    • VEGETABLES.
    • EGGS.
    • CHEESE.
    • SALADS.
    • SAUCES FOR MEAT.
    • PIES, TARTS, ETC.
    • PUDDINGS, PUFFS, ETC.
    • DUMPLINGS, FRITTERS, ETC.
    • PUDDING SAUCES.
    • CUSTARDS, BLANC-MANGE, JELLY, ETC.
    • CAKES.
    • FRUIT DESSERTS.
    • DRINKS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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