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Food History & Culinary Narratives

Author of the acclaimed historical novel “The Last Night on the Titanic,” Veronica Hinke shares her love of history, culinary arts and most of all…. people. “Every food story I’ve ever written always, at the core of each one, ended up being about the people, and that doesn’t seem to change. This book is no different. Those stories of hope and resilience…I think that’s why the Titanic story is still alive today,” 

My mouthwatering books, short stories and magazine articles explore food history and the delicious culinary narratives that take you back in time. My heart calling is writing, teaching and speaking about the art of storytelling.

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A passion for story telling, history and culinary joys

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For “The Last Night on the Titanic- Unsinkable Drinking, Dining and Style” by Veronica Hinke

Veronica Hinke has taken a story that we all know so well and interwoven delicious recipes that are historic and old but classic and worthy of any modern-day table. She has unearthed a vibrant culinary subtext that often left me breathless and dreamy-eyed. She skillfully captures the magical flavor of a fascinating era in our history.”

Chef Art Smith
James Beard Award Winner
Former Personal Chef to Oprah Winfrey

If a book can be compared to a soft, warm sweater, that’s exactly how I’d describe Veronica Hinke’s The Last Night on the Titanic.  The reader will find the text on each page purled with anecdotes and personal details about the luxury liner’s passengers and crew and want to snuggle deeper into each story and recipe…

Rich Archbold & Dana McCauley
co-authors, Last Dinner on the Titanic

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