Hash Brownies (1966); Duck Bread; Aviator's Salad (1909, 1937)

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 Â  There's no "hash brownies" in the LOS ANGELES TIMES through the end of 1962. Â I expect it to be there in 1966 or 1967.
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Bells, Books and Candles: Psychedelia on Sale
By ANGELA TAYLOR. New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Aug 16, 1967. p. 44 (1 page):
 Â  ...and the Hashish Cook Book ($1.65). Â The book contains recipes for Hash Brownies, and Betel Nut Malteds, but Miss Lemish pointed out that some of the basic ingredients are unobtainable.
Hashish Fad in U.S. Worries Officials; Growing Use of Hashish in U.S. Is Worrying Officials
By LESLEY OELSNER. New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Sep 17, 1969. p. 1 (2 pages)
Page 32: Â If you were to eat hash brownies, for instance, you have more likelihood of having a bad trip.
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The hashish cookbook /

Panama Rose.Â

[s.l.] : Gnaoua Press,


20 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.

DUCK BREAD--204 Google hits, 53 Google Groups hits
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 Â  I saw "duck bread" in the window of the popular Golden Krust restaurant chain. Â "Duck Bread" is "Donald Duck Bread," also bread for ducks, also bread in the shape of a duck, also bread with duck meat inside.
Duck Bread (Special Occasion Bread)
From: aMAZon (zeszutko at worldnet.att.net)
Subject: Re: Perpetual Bread

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Newsgroups: alt.culture.ny-upstate
Date: 1998/12/21
Jim Elbrecht wrote:

> "Dick Casaly" <rcasaly at albany.net> wrote:
> >Does anybody remember "day-old" bakery shops? Â They sold the bread that the
> >markets were unable to, the next day after they were offered in the
> markets.
> I've always called them 'used bread' stores, and I still shop there.

The adults in my house like whole-wheat bread. Â The resident
four-year-old likes the plain old white stuff. Â She calls it "duck
bread". Â Why? Â The first time I got it for her, I got it from an outlet
place, to feed the ducks.

To her, any white bread is "duck bread". Â She's gotten us so into the
habit of calling it that that even the in-laws have referred to it as
duck bread on occasion. Â (Gee, does this count as an upstate saying?)

zeszutko at worldnet.att.net
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* If you're looking for an afternoon snack, you could find what you want in a Boulangerie-Patisserie. Pasties, pies, "pains au chocolat", croissants, "pains aux raisins" (sultanas and custard pasties), etc. make a large source of vegetarian sweet or savoury snacks. Always ask exactly what is in the savoury pasties. If you're buying special bread, be aware they can include meat, such as "pain aux lardons" (bacon bread), or, in the Toulousean area, "pain aux magrets" ou "pain aux fritons" (duck bread).
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 Â  Someone asked about this. Â Maybe I'll ask for it on my flight in a few hours.
Indianapolis Star - Â 11/11/1909
...menu may be: Clouds. CurtlHS'a Delight, AVIATOR SALAD, Oyster Tattles. Olives.....with an airship and the hostess's fnvorito AVIATOR's record done In colored icing.....Beans RnBpbeiry Sherbet Country Club SALAD Maple Ice Cream or Cherry pie Room L.-S..
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Evening Capital - Â 2/10/1981
...it with other ingredients and called it "AVIATOR'S SALAD." Soon, however, the popular.....it as the birthplace of the original Caesar SALAD, one of the SALAD family's most.....internationally known simply as "Caesar SALAD." Today, the famous SALAD remains a.....like I was a Tijuana the home of the Caesar SALAD TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) To most of the 12..
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Los Angeles Times (1886-Current File). Los Angeles, Calif.: Feb 20, 1937. p. 6 (1 page)
When Amelia Earhart takes a lesson it must be in some other field than aviation. Â While visiting the Mission Inn in Riverside recently, she proved to be an apt student for the tutorship of Chef Frank Nemeth, who is shown here instruction the versatile woman in the art of making his famous "aviator's special salad." Â

Caesar salad: a 'right' way?; On the trail of the original Originated in Tijuana Lots of cheese Caesar salad Lindy Lou's cheese bread
By Phyllis Hanes Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor. Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file). Boston, Mass.: Sep 7, 1972. p. 9 (1 page)
(...) Â They were generous enough to tell me how the salad was started and that their information came from Annette Ashlock Stover of the Chicago Tribune who interviewed the man who dreamed up the salad, Alex Cardini, in 1967.
_Originated in Tijuana_
 Â  Alex first made the salad when he and his brother Caesar had a restaurant called Alex and Caesar's in Tijuana, Mexico. Â It was a popular spot with the Hollywood and southern California jet set and the dish was then called "Aviator's Salad," since he had been a pilot in the Italian Air Force in 1917.
 Â  As the salad became well known, people talked about it as Alex and Caesar's salad, then as Caesar salad, even though the restaurant changed its name to Paul and Alex's Place. Â The name on the menu, however, is long. Â It's "Original Alex-Caesar's Cardini Romaine Salad."
 Â  In the 1967 interview, Alex Cardini was not only insistent that the Cardini brothers invented the salad, but he had very definite instructions for making it.

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