You’d regret it if you tried to take away the pumpkin.
I just named the tiger cubs Pumpkin and Spice.
Now we’re back on-topic.
Milk Bar in Manhattan has the Cheetos Birthday Cake!
Want a slice?
I’m pregnant, so maybe? It’s expensive, so I’ll just buy a Funfetti box mix and a bag of Cheetos instead.
If anyone especially deserves it, it’s a pregnant woman.
I’ve read/seen so many good things about Milk Bar (and the pastry chef who owns it) that I’m in on reputation alone. I mean … she invented cereal milk ice cream. Yes please.
Given the fact that it was thought up and made by Christina Tosi, it probably isn’t bad.
From 1918, the daily menu for each day of the week on board US ships, specifically for the Merchant Mariners.
At least they got generous helpings of bread and butter. And plenty of potatoes.
But you have to admit that this would get repetitive after awhile. Out at sea, you can’t just walk off the ship to a McDonald’s.
Can you link to a bigger version?
Source from the New York Public Library Digital Collection: Ships Operating in Atlantic and Gulf Service - NYPL Digital Collections
Recalling a funny sketch from The Electric Company and Morgan Freeman as the disgruntled diner patron:
“Best forget about it, Lady. I’ll just trot down to the laundromat and have myself a bowl of soap flakes.”
If it got bad enough, they might have walked off anyway.
I notice a glaring lack of rum on that menu.
That’s not on the menu because it’s complimentary in every room.
This was 1918 while the Temperance movement was in full swing and just two years before Prohibition went into effect.
So only brandy?
Imagine how long you had to wait in line back then for the Gasoline Salad!!
(Little GenX humor there. Sorry.)