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2018-10-20 02:48:08 AM  
Did they offer iceberg lettuce?
 
2018-10-20 03:16:32 AM  

EdwardTellerhands: Did they offer iceberg lettuce?


farker.
 
2018-10-20 04:11:43 AM  
I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.
 
2018-10-20 06:43:13 AM  
Strike that; reverse it subs.
 
2018-10-20 07:51:08 AM  

Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.


One of them is "pudding sans souci".  I've seen it in reference to the Titanic before, and I can't find a recipe.  I'm curious to know what "pudding without worry" tasted like....
 
2018-10-20 07:56:51 AM  
Well there's the problem, they had the fish

Kate Winslet survived because she had the lasagna.

Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.


The horror! Why wasn't that in the Celine Dion song?
 
2018-10-20 08:54:56 AM  

pueblonative: Strike that; reverse it subs.


On the luxurious Titanic the fish eats you.
 
2018-10-20 09:24:39 AM  

The Third Man: Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.

One of them is "pudding sans souci".  I've seen it in reference to the Titanic before, and I can't find a recipe.  I'm curious to know what "pudding without worry" tasted like....


Here you go.
 
2018-10-20 09:49:38 AM  

EdwardTellerhands: Did they offer iceberg lettuce?


To soon...
 
2018-10-20 09:59:22 AM  

The Third Man: Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.

One of them is "pudding sans souci".  I've seen it in reference to the Titanic before, and I can't find a recipe.  I'm curious to know what "pudding without worry" tasted like....


"With a mouth full of this, I wouldn't be worried about an iceberg"

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2018-10-20 10:29:29 AM  
Those aren't rare. I know where two of them are and one was there last Friday so I don't think it was stolen. The printing firm had several late updates that didn't go down with the ship which were sold or given away after the ship sank.
 
2018-10-20 11:02:50 AM  
What? No donkey sauce sliders with flavor town aioli?
 
2018-10-20 12:40:35 PM  
The Titanic menus have been around for a long time. Fox News didn't find anything that hasn't already been found.

From 2 years ago:  https://www.housebeautiful.com/lifest​y​le/news/a6039/titanic-menus/ .
 
2018-10-20 01:43:42 PM  

shastacola: The Titanic menus have been around for a long time. Fox News didn't find anything that hasn't already been found.

From 2 years ago:  https://www.housebeautiful.com/lifesty​le/news/a6039/titanic-menus/ .


TFA calls the third class menu "slop". Funnily enough, that menu sounds better to me than the first and second class menus.
 
2018-10-20 02:24:04 PM  

Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.


Lost the dishes too.
 
2018-10-20 02:26:54 PM  

blondambition: shastacola: The Titanic menus have been around for a long time. Fox News didn't find anything that hasn't already been found.

From 2 years ago:  https://www.housebeautiful.com/lifesty​le/news/a6039/titanic-menus/ .

TFA calls the third class menu "slop". Funnily enough, that menu sounds better to me than the first and second class menus.


eh culinary trends were quite different back then then now.
 
2018-10-20 03:49:21 PM  

blondambition: TFA calls the third class menu "slop". Funnily enough, that menu sounds better to me than the first and second class menus.


I grew up eating slop like that. I wish I had a big plate of it right now. And gruel isn't that bad. It's a kind of porridge with chunks of vegetables and meat.
 
2018-10-20 07:56:06 PM  

blondambition: shastacola: The Titanic menus have been around for a long time. Fox News didn't find anything that hasn't already been found.

From 2 years ago:  https://www.housebeautiful.com/lifesty​le/news/a6039/titanic-menus/ .

TFA calls the third class menu "slop". Funnily enough, that menu sounds better to me than the first and second class menus.


Their Third Class menu was better than pretty much any other ship at the time.  It was good stuff.
 
2018-10-20 09:34:29 PM  

shastacola: The Titanic menus have been around for a long time. Fox News didn't find anything that hasn't already been found.

From 2 years ago:  https://www.housebeautiful.com/lifesty​le/news/a6039/titanic-menus/ .


On the 100th anniversary of the Titanic, I was invited to a black tie dinner party that featured a menu from the Titanic. It was a fun, interesting, and booze filled evening.
 
2018-10-20 09:37:08 PM  
Last Dinner On the Titanic: Menus and Recipes from the Great Liner

Actually a pretty good book on Late Edwardian high cuisine.
 
2018-10-20 09:51:04 PM  
There is a great cookbook with recipes from the 18th century by Sandra..something. O'Day?

They had three kinds of catsup.
 
2018-10-21 12:52:32 AM  

Gordon Bennett: The Third Man: Coelacanth: I've heard that they've lost the recipes for some of the dishes they served.

One of them is "pudding sans souci".  I've seen it in reference to the Titanic before, and I can't find a recipe.  I'm curious to know what "pudding without worry" tasted like....

Here you go.


Rennet?
 
2018-10-21 08:21:17 AM  

mrparks: Sandra..something. O'Day?


Lee.

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