9 Century-old Menus from L.A. Eateries of Yore | KCET
9 Century-old Menus from L.A. Eateries of Yore
A hundred years ago as today, there were times when people just didn't feel like cooking, and instead, when they had the means, availed themselves of the fancier food available in restaurants. Thanks to the LAPL's menu collection, we can easily learn which dishes were trendy a hundred years ago (hint: it's a lot of French stuff and a lot of turtle). They say food trends are cyclical. Think any of the dishes below are likely to become popular again?
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