> David Boyd wrote:
> a particular work site where I once was employed was known locally as
> 'Drybread' because that was all that the hapless employees of that
> place could afford to eat.
In the 1930s we bought what was called "day-old bread" (Red Chief, from
South Bend Indiana) -- 6 loaves for two-bits. I would make onion
sandwiches with it for snacks, sometimes onions with horseradish.