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Supper was a smaller meal, often similar to breakfast: bread, cheese, mush or hasty pudding, or warmed-over meat from the noon meal.Supper among the gentry was also a sociable meal, and might have warm food, meat or shellfish, such as oysters, in season." ---Food in Colonial and Federal America, Sandra L. 157) [NOTE: These books provide excellent descriptions of "average" meals by heritage (Germans, Dutch, Swedes), location (town vs country) and region. The answer depended upon where they came from and where they landed. Augustine ate differently from the English people in Jamestown, the Dutch in New York and the French in South Carolina.
Colonial meal structures/times were also different from what we know today. For most people in the 18th century it was considered the main (biggest) meal of the day. What did "average" New England colonists eat during a typical day?
Breakfast was taken early if you were poor, later if you were rich. "Most New Englanders had a simple diet, their soil and climates allowing limited varieties of fruits and vegetables.
The size of breakfasts grew in direct proportion to growth of wealth.
Breads, cold meats and, especially in the Northeast, fruit pies and pasties joined the breakfast menus.
The stews often included pork, sweet corn and cabbage, or other vegetables and roots which were available...
A typical comfortably fixed family in the late 1700s probably served two courses for dinner.
The stoic early settlers rose early and went straight to the chores that demanded their attention.
In frontier outposts and on farms, families drank cider or beer and gulped down a bowl of porridge that had been cooking slowly all night over the embers...
An everyday meal might feature only one or two meats with a pudding, tarts, and vegetables...
The different betweeen the more prosperous households and more modest ones might be in the quality and quantity of the meat served...