In 1912, the Titanic sank, marking one of the most famous maritime disasters in history
1.514 passengers have lost their lives from a total of 2.227.
The ship had lifeboats only for 1.178 people, so the rest froze or drowned.
Another thing the emergency units have managed to “save” from the cold waters of the North Atlantic was also the menu of the last lunch served on the incredible ship.
On the day of the catastrophe, Class I passengers was supposed to serve, among other refine dishes, turkey fillets, Maryland chicken, lamb chops, shrimps, salmon mayonnaise and smoked sardines.
First Class Menu – Sunday, April 14, 1912
Cream of barley
Salmon with cucumber sauce
Filet mignons Lili
Baked duck with applesauce
Beef prime rib with potatoes
Pigeon in the oven
Peach in chartreuse jelly
Vanilla and chocolate scoop
And as a drink, they served draft beer.
Second-class passengers served fruit, fresh fish, grilled beef kidney and bacon, grilled sausages, mashed potatoes, roasted eggs, fries, t, a and coffee.
At dinner they had to choose between spring lamb, mint sauce, turkey steak, cranberry sauce, curry chicken with rice, boiled rice.
Second Class Menu
Haddock (over white, medium quality) in oven, with sharp sauce (butter, flour, onion, brown sugar, vinegar, water, tomato sauce, hot pepper)
Chicken with rice
Lamb with mint sauce
Jelly Red Wine
American ice cream
Nuts and seeds
Third-class cleaners served on the same day of the disasters the following breakfast: fresh bread with butter, marmalade, oatmeal with milk, cookies, fruit, tea and coffee.
At dinner, they served soup of rice, fresh bread, cooked potatoes and beef steak.
Third Class Menu
Pig in the oven, with sage and onion
Pomegranate with sweet sauce