This year's 100th anniversary of the sinking of the majestic passenger liner RMS Titanic off Newfoundland prompted many memorials in April as well as ongoing exhibits, most of which are taking place in the Maritimes.
It is fitting, then, that a new publication, “Titanic: The Cookbook: Recipes from the Era of the Great Ocean Liners,” has made its entrance via a Halifax-based publisher. The book presents ideas for great dinner parties as an homage to the cuisine of the era when the great ship went down in April 1912.
The cookbook has its roots in England. It was written by Yvonne Hume, whose great-uncle was the first violinist on the Titanic and perished that fateful night.
However, Halifax-based James Lorimer, publisher of Formac Ltd., approached two of his writers to adapt the recipes from the original book for the North American market.
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