Cooking -- Equipment and supplies
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Day by day account in G.W.'s hand, of amt. and price of each item of food bought during the period--for month of June, no day by day account is included, but a total of each thing for 30 days of June.
One page of accounts between the President's household in New York and local confectioner Joseph Corre. Includes purchases of macaroni, bitter almonds, caraway seed, and ice cream. On April 15, the President's household purchased "dinner drest," when John and Abigail Adams, John Jay, and Thomas Jefferson dined with him. "Dinner drest" was ordered again on April 29 when Washington dined with a group of senators.
Signed by Joseph Corre and docketed on verso.
Sends 37lb of butter -- would have gone to see them, had they not expected a visit any time from them -- cask of apples here for them -- Mr. W___ would have sent [apples] and molasses, but could find no barrel for the molasses.