As properly as secretarial duties, Elisabeth helped Minnie Mae with the cooking every day.
She recalled how Elvis rose at 5.30 am for his normal breakfast of barely burned bacon, onerous fried eggs, peaches, and selfmade Southern baked biscuits with butter and jam.
She described his favorite lunch: “This unusual sandwich was fabricated from peeled and sliced potatoes fried in grease with ‘burnt’ bacon. Each slice of American bread had mustard and slices of uncooked onions.”
Elisabeth earned a wage of $35 per week, plus room and board, turning into a part of the household.