Title: Daily living; a manual designed to simplify the work of the housekeeper; being a practical cook book adapted to families of moderate and small means, introducing food principles, marketing, cooking and serving … furnishing menus and recipes for 365 consecutive days
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Ewart, Nellie Elizabeth, 1870-
Subjects: Cookery, American Menus cbk
Publisher: Boston, H.P. Hood & Sons
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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. The glasses andcups should not be filled more than two-thirds full, sothat tray may be carried without spilling. The handlesof the cups and silver should all face the front of thetray, and when passing the tray avoid having the patientturn the tray around. 263 264 DAILY LIVING If possible, do not serve dessert with the remainder ofthe dinner. Do not serve food so that it will grow coldbefore being eaten. Choose pretty dishes, clean linen,and bright silver. If the quantity to be served is smalluse small dishes. Avoid leaving food uneaten in thesick room. If possible, do not consult the patient in re-gard to the serving. Have as much variety as possible.All food served to the convalescent should be perfectlycooked and daintily served, and should be chosen asdirected by the physician, to agree with condition of thepatient. The principal object in serving food for the convales-cent is to obtain the most nourishment possible, at thesame time choosing only that which is easy of digestion.
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HOODS MILK 265 April BreaRfast Shredded Wheat Biscuit Fried Eggs and Bacon Baked Potatoes Coffee LUiicKeon or Supper Turnip Cream Soup Croutons Coffee Jelly Bread and Butter Dinner Lamb Cutlets Tomato Sauce Steamed RiceFried Pancakes Caramel Syrup April 2 BreaKfast Oat Cereal Rice Griddle Cakes Maple Syrup Coffee LuncKeon or Supper Macaroni with Cheese Stewed Prunes Baking Powder Biscuit Dinner Planked Fish Souffle Potato Roses Hollandaise Sauce Welsh Cheese Cakes April 3 BreaKfast Oat Cereal Milk Toast Coffee LtincHeon or Dinner Fish Bouillon Rye Bread and Butter Tripe in BatterMolasses Cookies Cottage Cheese Dinner or Stipper Baked Kidney Beans Chili Sauce Brown Bread Lemon Custard Pie 266 DAILY LIVING April 4 BreaRfast Baked Beans Reheated Brown Bread Reheated Stewed Prunes Coffee Dinner Stuffed Roast Veal Mashed Potatoes Boiled OnionsFruit Ice Cream, Moulded with Whipped Cream Tea Toasted Bread Hot Chocolate Ice Cream April 5 BreaKfast Oat Cereal Potato Cakes Reheated Brown Brea
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