Just for fun – First Class Dining on RMS Titanic

Hey, it’s almost time for dinner, right?

Head chef Conor McClelland, from Rayanne House Guesthouse Belfast, cooks us through the mouth-watering nine course feast that would have been enjoyed, devoured and celebrated by first-class passengers on the RMS Titanic.

 

 

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14 Responses to Just for fun – First Class Dining on RMS Titanic

  1. Lburg says:

    How much fun! Makes the beans, rice and tamales we’re having seem a little tame!

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  2. Lucille says:

    Did Chef say that people generally consumed their 9-course meal right up until midnight? Well, no wonder with that amount of food! LOL!

    I’m a slow eater; so may we assume that the waiters accommodated people like me. And I’d definitely be full by the time the third course was finished…so would there be places to rest for an hour and then come back for the next three…with another hour’s rest in order to make it through the final three?

    Hey, if I had enough money to travel first class, they’d be happy to accommodate my peculiar needs. Right?

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  3. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    When he got to the Stilton cheese, I almost cried! I LOVE that stuff. DH says it tastes of old nasty feet! I said I wouldn’t know what old nasty feet taste like. He only loves his cheddar.

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  4. auscitizenmom says:

    That is so cool.

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