The RMS Titanic sank on its first voyage in the North Atlantic 111 years ago. Several experts from around the world have investigated the wreck, and first-hand stories of individuals who survived that night have been documented.
Because there is so much interest in this ship, a post highlighting the lunch menu available onboard has gone viral! Curry chicken, baked fish, spring lamb, mutton and roast turkey were popular dishes, while the custard was a popular dessert.
That evening, second-class passengers ate plum pudding (commonly known as Christmas pudding). In their blog post, Taste Atlas shared photographs of the menu and dining area.
Taste Atlas is a travel book devoted to classic cuisine that includes recipes, food critic evaluations, and other food-related information. This post was only shared one day ago and has already received over 2400 likes, with many people commenting on it!
Reference: India Today, Hindustan Times
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