Lots of lists of supplies received on Vicksburg starting with:
what's for dinner?
Nagasaki Japan Apr 11, 1903: fresh meat, bread, potatoes, eggs
Nagasaki Japan Apr 13, 1903: veal, bread, potatoes
Nagasaki Japan Apr 14, 1903: potatoes, sausage, liver, eggs
Nagasaki Japan Apr 15, 1903: highland cream, beef, potatoes, carrots, turnips, eggs, beef
Nagasaki Japan Apr 16, 1903: bread
Nagasaki Japan Apr 17, 1903: beef, minced meat, bread, eggs, pork chops, beef, potatoes
Nagasaki Japan Apr 18, 1903: beef, potatoes, onions, carrot sticks, eggs, corned beef, tomatoes, pea beans, prunes, dried apples, salt pork, salt beef, swiss milk, sugar, hops, rice,
Nagasaki Japan Apr 19, 1903: bread, ?, liver
Nagasaki Japan Apr 21, 1903: beef, potatoes, salt
That entry for the 18th of April is very weird. Swiss milk, hops & rice. Not sure what Swiss milk is but hops are not edible, in any form that I can think of. They are the dried flowers of a plant. They have a wonderful aroma, but would not taste of that. I guess they could be used as a herb, but have never heard of that. They do not even taste bitter unless boiled in acidic solution, whereupon the bitterness extracts into the liquid.