SS President Arthur Breakfast Menu 28 October 1923

Breakfast Menu, SS President Arthur, United States Lines, October 28, 1923

Front Cover of Sunday's Breakfast Menu From 28 October 1923 Onboard the SS President Arthur of the United States Lines, Commanded by Captain P. H. Kreibohm. The Bill of Fare Featured Fried Codfish Steak, Fried Flounder, Rossini Eggs à La Turbigo, and Diamond Stew in Addition to Traditional American Breakfast Foods. GGA Image ID # 15769a2ddf

Breakfast Selections

FRUIT

  • Grape Fruit
  • Stewed Peaches

CEREALS

FISH

  • Fried Codfish Steak, Tomato Sauce
  • Fried Flounder, Melted Butter

EGGS & PANCAKES

  • Fried Eggs
  • Boiled Eggs
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Omelette Savoyarde
  • Scrambled Eggs Sylvette
  • Poached Eggs
  • Rossini Eggs à la Turbigo
  • Plain Omelette
  • Orange Pancake
  • Raisin Pancake
  • Jelly Pancake

MEATS

  • Fried Country Sausage
  • Diamond Stew
  • Wiltshire Breakfast Bacon
  • Broiled Yorkshire Ham

FROM THE GRILL: (10 Minutes)

  • Small Steak, Raifort Butter

POTATOES

  • Boiled Potatoes
  • Chips Potatoes
  • German Fried Potatoes

  • Tea Biscuits
  • Toast
  • Buns
  • Fresh Rolls

  • Comb Honey
  • Strained Honey
  • Peach-, Black Currant- & Fruit Jam
  • English Breakfast-, Ceylon-, Oolong-, Orange Pekoe- & Green Tea
  • Coffee
  • Chocolate
  • Cocoa

English Language Version of a Breakfast Menu From Sunday, 28 October 1923 Onboard the SS President Arthur of the United States Lines.

English Language Version of a Breakfast Menu From Sunday, 28 October 1923 Onboard the SS President Arthur of the United States Lines. GGA Image ID # 1576ef7cff

Breakfast Menu in German

German Language Version of a Breakfast Menu From Sunday, 28 October 1923 Onboard the SS President Arthur of the United States Lines.

German Language Version of a Breakfast Menu From Sunday, 28 October 1923 Onboard the SS President Arthur of the United States Lines. GGA Image ID # 1577280d9e

Note 1: Force, first produced in 1901 by Force Food Company, one of three American companies owned by Edward Ellsworth and advertised using a popular cartoon figure called Sunny Jim, was the first commercially successful wheat flake cereal. Prior to this, the only successful wheat-based cereal products had been Shredded Wheat and the hot semolina cereal, Cream of Wheat. The product was cheap to produce and kept well on store shelves.

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