Friday, May 26, 2023

Dining on the Titanic

I do like this guy's vlogs.  These recipes sound yummy - even the one from 3rd class.  I'd eat that.

This one from 2nd class sounds yummy.  You'd pay big bucks for this at a good French restaurant.  At one point in my life I had a big cookbook on sauces, and I'd be shocked if it hadn't had a recipe for Sauce Lyonaise.  But ten courses at dinner?  Oof.

Yeah, I'd eat that, too.

Of course, the best was reserved for 1st class.  Oddly, this seems awfully fussy.  I don't think I'd want to make it.  I don't mind Chartreusse and I like peaches, but it seems, well, fussy.  Sort of like Edwardian First Class ...

Like I said, I like this guys videos and I'm not the only one.  Has has almost 2 million subscribers.  Check him out - he has more Titanic recipes including crew mess and cocktails.

1 comment:

libertyman said...

I thought it said "diving" on the Titanic, and the wreck isn't quite reachable by sport diving, that's for sure.

Fun fact about the Titanic though: Even though it sank in 1912, the swimming pool still is full of water.

Thank you, I'm here all week.You have been a great audience.