S.S. President Jackson Dinner Menu 27 October 1930
Dinner Menu for Monday, 27 October 1930 On Board the S.S. President Jackson of the American Mail Line. Menu Featured Lobster Cocktail, Veal and Ham Cromeskies à la Russe, and Salmi of Partridge.
S.S. President Jackson
John Griffith, U.S.N.R. Commanding
M. B. Conway, Chief Steward
- Lobster Cocktail
- Deviled Ham Canape
- Queen Olives
- Salted Almonds
- India Relish
- Cream of Cauliflower
- Consommé Sago
- Poached Black Cod, Normande Sauce
- Brisket of Beef, Horseradish Sauce
- Corned Beef with Potato Salad
- Veal and Ham Cromeskies à la Russe
- Salmi of Partridge
- Apricot Fritters, Cream Sauce
- Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus with Browned Potatoes
- Leg of Lamb with Mint Jelly
- Boiled Potatoes
- Mashed Potatoes
- Buttered Beets
- Cauliflower in Cream
- Sliced Tomatoes with Mayonnaise Dressing
PASTRY and DESSERTS
- Cottage Pudding, Lemon Sauce
- Barttlett Pear Pie
- Vanilla Cream Pie
- Lady Fingers
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Assorted Pastry
- Toasted Crackers
- Nuts & Raisins
- Layer Figs & Dates
- Fruit in Season
- Cheese : American, Edam, Roquefort
- Café Noir
- A. D. Mints (After Dinner Mints)
Coffee will be served on Deck as well as in the Smoking Room at 8:00 P.M.
Note: The Menu opens from the Center and forms the leaves on each side with the menu selections in the center after opening as shown below.
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