The bird could eat its way out of the cage. That was very real to me. As an apprentice, I too felt like a bird in a cage made out of bread. I just fed on my limits. -- Lionel Poilane
This almost reminds me of the menu when I did a crossing on the QE2. The food was just as bad.
The capper was sausage rolls, which are sausage baked in a puff pastry(I make these at home) ice cold sitting their in there own grease.
First-class passenger Abraham Lincoln Salomon salvaged the creased and tattered carte du jour, which was tucked inside his pocket when the ship went down on April 15, 1912. Salomon was one of just 12 people who dodged death by boarding the infamous Lifeboat No. 1 or "Money Boat" (although, in total, about 700 of the ship's 2,223 passengers and crewmembers survived).
The large lifeboat, which could have held 40 people, was nicknamed for the five wealthy passengers it carried to safety, as well as for the widely held belief that those passengers paid the only other people onboard the boat — seven Titanic crewmembers — to row away from the*sinking ship*instead of taking on any more survivors.
I would be surprised if there were menus for the other classes of passengers.
The trouble with eating Italian food is that five or six days later you're hungry again. ~ George Miller