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Colonial meals were principally comprised of a meat or seafood dish, and then several different vegetables and starches on a side table -- whence the term side dish.
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Classic side dish with colonial accent

(A Plain Dish.)

(A pretty Supper Dish)

Basic vegetable

(Entremets, or Small Dish, to be served with the Second Course.)

(Entremets, side-dish with the Second Course)

"A delicious Dish"

Basic vegetables

Basic vegetable

Basic vegetable

(A Supper Dish)

(An inexpensive Supper Dish)

Basic vegetable

Colonial side dish

Best in late summer

Colonial side dish

Colonial side dish

Colonial side dish

Colonial side dish

Great for camping

Colonial side dish

Basic vegetable

For Fish Soups

for Roast or Boiled Turkey

for Veal, Turkeys, Fowls, Hare, &c.

for Pike, Carp, Haddock, & Various Fish

For Baked Pike

For Cold Savoury Pies

Basic Meat

Chives and parsley add to the flavor

Colonial side dish

Or white haricot beans

Cornmeal cakes

A tasty vegetarian medley

Corn fritters

Colonial grits

A Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper Dish

"A Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper Dish"

Basic Vegetable

Vegetarian pastry

Colonial side dish

(a very Simple Method, and exceedingly Good)

Colonial side dish

Basic Vegetable

Vegetarian

Great, tasty side!

Great side dish

Colonial side dish

Easy side dish

Basic cooking

Colonial salad

Spring side dish

Early American pancakes

"A very pretty Supper Dish"

"a la Francaise"

"Excellent"

Basic vegetable

Basic cooking

Colonial side dish

(Very Good)
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