On the evening of April 14, 1912, passengers aboard the RMS Titanic sat down for what was to be their final meal on the ‘unsinkable ship’. At 11:40pm, the Titanic scraped an iceberg and within hours sank to the bottom of the ocean. Today, the Titanic is one of the most romanticized and infamous ship sinkings in history. But what exactly did the passengers and crew eat on board this legendary ship? What do the menus tell us about the cuisine of this period?

What made dining on board the Titanic unique? And how does produce play a role in this unforgettable story?Join John and Patrick as they explore one of the most famous ships in history with a special guest: Titanic-culinary expert and author, Veronica Hinke.

Following the timeline of the ship’s journey from its departure in Southampton, England to its ill-fated demise in the Atlantic, they dive deep into the culinary scene onboard and discover the role produce played in the dining halls and during the sinking.

The Last Night on the Titanic: Unsinkable Drinking, Dining, and Style: https://www.amazon.com/Last-Night-Titanic-Unsinkable-Drinking/dp/B07WW9PSVH/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2N098JKC5TC4F&keywords=veronica+hinke&qid=1707345522&sprefix=veronica+hinke%2Caps%2C140&sr=8-2

Titanic: The Official Cookbook: 40 Timeless Recipes for Every Occasion: https://www.amazon.com/Titanic-Official-Cookbook-Timeless-Entertaining/dp/1647228573/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2N098JKC5TC4F&keywords=veronica+hinke&qid=1707345522&sprefix=veronica+hinke%2Caps%2C140&sr=8-1


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