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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by cape chef, Mar 4, 2005.
Great old menus to study from NYPL.
These are great, thank you
Fantastic! They really show us what living the life was all about.
I love these!!! I could spend quite a bit of time looking over all these menus. Thanks for sharing.
These are such fun to look at! I'm inspired. Thanks, CC.
I love your signature.
Glad you guys are enjoying these menu's. They really are fascinating and offer a glimpse into the past. We owe a dept of gratitude to Miss Frank Buttolph and her collection.
Whatever happened to chicken sandwiches - Not filets of or salad, but sliced chicken? I am pretty old, and can only remember seeing them on a menu in the 1950s.
I get one at a Polish diner in NYC's East Village -- one of the few non-Polish offerings: sliced poached chicken breast, herb mayo, lettuce & tomato, on a chunk of baguette. But you're right, it's not that common. A pity; sometimes it really hits the spot!