Sunday, March 13, 2011
Breakfast. Poached Egg on Toast. Cocoa.
Dinner. Raw Oysters. Cream-crackers. Port Wine.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Hot Beef Broth.
Supper. Milk Toast. Wine Jelly. Tea.
Breakfast. Soft-cooked Egg. Milk Toast. Coffee with Sugar and Cream.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Soft Custard.
Dinner. Cream-of-celery Soup. Sippets. A little Barley Pudding, with Cream. Sherry Wine.
Supper. Water Toast, Buttered. Wine Jelly. Tea.
Breakfast. Scrambled Egg. Cream Toast. Cocoa.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Hot Chicken Broth.
Dinner. Chicken Panada. Bread. Port Wine. A little Tapioca Cream.
Lunch. An Egg-nog.
Supper. Buttered Dry Toast. Baked Sweet Apples and Cream Tea.
Breakfast. An Orange. Farina Mush, with Cream and Sugar.
Poached Egg on Toast. Baked Potato. Cocoa.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Hot Soft Custard.
Dinner. Potato Soup. Croutons. A small Piece of Beefsteak. Creamed Potatoes.
Baked Custard. Coffee.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Chicken Broth, with Rice.
Supper. Raw Oysters. Banquet Crackers. Graham Bread, Toasted. Wine Jelly. Tea.
Breakfast.An Orange.Coffee. Mush of Wheat Germ, with Cream and Sugar. Broiled Mutton Chop. Toast.
Lunch. 1 Cup of Mulled Wine.
Dinner. Chicken Soup. Bread.Creamed Sweetbreads. Duchess Potato.Snow Pudding. Cocoa.
Lunch. Siphon Soda, with Coffee Syrup and Cream.
Supper. Buttered Dry Toast. Orange Jelly. Sponge Cake and Cream. Tea.
From A Handbook of Invalid Cooking, by Mary Boland (at Google Books. And what is with all the raw oysters? There's only one ailment I know of for which raw oysters are recommended, and I can't mention it on a family blog).