SS Frederik VIII Dinner Menu Card - 8 August 1920

Front Side, Vintage Second Cabin Dinner Menu Card from Sunday, 8 August 1920 on board the SS Frederik VIII of the Scandinavian-American Line

Front Side, Vintage Second Cabin Dinner Menu Card from Sunday, 8 August 1920 on board the SS Frederik VIII of the Scandinavian-American Line featured Frankfurter with German Potato Salad, French Marinated Beef Dish (Carbonnade de Boeuf), and Smoked Ham. A Danish Menu That Emphasizes Meat and Cheeses to Make Open-Faced Danish Sandwiches That Are Very Common Throughout Denmark and Especially Copenhagen. GGA Image ID # 1a332c0541

Menu Items (English Translation)

Hot:

  • Frankfurter with German Potato Salad

Cold Table:

  • Salad à la Russia (Russian Salad)
  • Steak , Chicken
  • Danish Meatballs
  • French Marinated Beef Dish (Carbonnade de Boeuf)
  • Smoked Salmon
  • Windsor Salad
  • Steak
  • Sausage
  • Rolled Sausage (Sausage Roll) - Spiced Meat Roll
  • Oksetunge ?
  • Liver Paté
  • Smoked Ham
  • Tongue Sausages
  • Sausages wrapped with ham
  • Smoked, Minced Meat Sausage
  • Salami
  • Sliced Danish Bacon
  • Pickles, Worchester, Ketchup

-- CHEESE --

  • Holstensk Cheese
  • German Schweitzer Cheese
  • Kiks, Cracker, Jam, Marmelade
  • Coffee

Menu in Danish

Varm Ret:

  • Frankfurter m. Kartoffelsalat

Koldt Bord

  • Salat à la Russia
  • Stegte Høns
  • Frikadeller
  • Beufkarbonade m. Log
  • Røget Laks
  • Salat Windsor
  • Steg
  • Cervelatpølse
  • Rullepølse
  • Oksetunge
  • Leverpostej
  • Røget Skinke
  • Tungepølse
  • Skinkepølse
  • Spegepølse
  • Salamipølse
  • Røget Filet
  • Pickles, Worchester, Ketchup

— OST —

  • Holstensk
  • Schweitzer
  • Kiks, Cracker, Jam, Marmelade
  • The Kaffe

Information about Menu

  • Date: 1920-08-08
  • Class: Second Cabin
  • Number of Printed Pages: 1 (Reverse Side is Blank)
  • Dimensions: 12.4 x 21.9 cm
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