Don’t judge me, but when the movie came out, I refused to go watch it. I was in 6th or 7th grade. I can’t quite remember, but everyone straight-faced told me the ending. With that being said, I was always thinking: What is the point to see the movie, then? Well, thank God for DVR, but one day, the movie was playing and I had 4 hours to spare on my recording list, so I thought: Why not? I recorded it, and watched it FINALLY a couple of months ago. It was one of the best movies ever, of course. About a decade and a few years too late… The ending still caught me by surprise, nevertheless, which I didn’t think was possible, but at least I can say I’ve seen the blockbuster.

Also, can I add that I now associate Titanic with pan-fried rosemary chicken, which I made for the first time. It was actually one of the best chicken dishes I’ve ever made. All I did was food process whole-wheat crackers and bran flaked cereal and added salt, pepper, rosemary, oregano, basil flakes, red pepper flakes, and parmesan cheese. Olive oil – EVOO (Good thinking, Rachel Ray!) is the best invention by nature and man. Then, I just bathed (or the correct term, dredged) the chicken breast in egg (I did not use flour because I don’t like all-purpose flour) and then coated it with the “breadcrumbs” and then seared it in the pan. Yummy! Now, I will always think of: My Heart Will Go On when I eat my pan-fried chicken. Just thought I’d share an association. πŸ™‚

Happy Reading!
Oh, also a Happy Labor Day! πŸ™‚

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