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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by cape chef, Mar 4, 2005.

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    dessert---Bath Buns?
    These are great, thank you
     
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    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Fantastic! They really show us what living the life was all about. :)

    Thanks CC!
     
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    pete Moderator Staff Member

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    I love these!!! I could spend quite a bit of time looking over all these menus. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    These are such fun to look at! I'm inspired. Thanks, CC. :)
     
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    Panini,

    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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!