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Titanic has been in the news a lot lately. New evidence suggests a coal fire on board played a more significant role than originally thought. It started spontaneously (as coal fires do, apparently) before Titanic began her maiden voyage in a three-story coal bunker abutting the hull, right where the ship later struck ice. 1,441 more words
“No way”, you say. Way.
I just finished reading The American Plate, a culinary history in 100 bites by Libby H. O’Connell. All told, including the 3 extra bites, Libby gives readers 103 easily digested intriguing essays about the history of American food as well as some original recipes. 274 more words