News: In & Out of the Studio
Home  |  Shop  |  News  |  Subscribe
Calendar: In & Out of the Studio
Home  |  Shop  |  News  |  Subscribe

“Exciting Cruise Ship Cuisine That’s Worth the Weight Gain”

Dining in “Jacques” Restaurant Abord Oceania Cruises Exclusive Gourmet CruisesJanis Turk, Dallas News Special Contributor, reports on Oceania Cruises intimate culinary journeys and Oceania’s Executive Culinary Director, Chef Jacques Pepin.

Oceania Cruises offer Culinary Discovery excursions aboard its Riviera and Marina ships. These ships also offer the La Cuisine Bourgeoise events hosted by Jacques Pepin.

“Cruise travel is not for calorie-counters. With grand buffet dinners, breakfasts bigger than you’d ever eat at home, large lunches that make you want to nap all day, and dessert tables like shrines to the Greek goddess of gluttony, there’s no way you’ll ever run enough laps ’round the lido deck to lose the extra pounds you’re going to gain on a cruise.”

Those who love to cook will be with the hands-on classes at the Culinary Center on Oceania’s Riviera and Marina ships, the first custom-designed cooking school at sea. You can even join instructor chefs as they shop for ingredients at local markets on shore.

Some ships offer Culinary Discovery excursions, with visits to restaurants and markets in Antibes and Bandol, France; Casablanca, Morocco; Catania, Italy; Heraklion, Greece; and Palamos, Spain.”

2018 Cruise Dates: Departing September 14, 2018. 10 Days: Lisbon to Rome aboard the Oceania Riviera.

The Oceania Marina and Riviera were built with the “ultimate epicurean” in mind. Each features  the first hands-on cooking schools at sea. Among the four specialty dining venues are “Red Ginger,” with Asian-inspired cuisine and “Jacques” the master chef’s unique restaurant at sea.

Gallery More Announcements Back to News 2016 Cruise Photo Gallery

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

Comments are closed.

 

0