Q: As a former member of
these cruises, currently landlocked this summer due to maternity
leave, I am very curious as to what type of ice cream has been
stocked in the galley this year. And does it occupy an entire
A: Many people are curious about what we eat when we are at sea. Luckily this ship is well stocked and the food is prepared extremely well by chef Judy. A typical day might include French toast with bacon and sausage for breakfast, hot cheese and steak subs with tossed salad and pasta salad for lunch, and sole stuffed with crab meat and salad, steamed broccoli and roasted new potatoes for dinner. Judy is always certain to include vegetarian options and makes sure that a plate is prepared for you if you will be eating late (after the sub returns, for example).
course the snacks and treats available to us in the galley
(the ship's kitchen and dinning room) are what keep us going during
the long twelve hour days, and ice cream is a perennial favorite.
Much to our delight there continues to be a wide assortment of
ice cream for our enjoyment, including the famous "Blue Bunny"
treats, Ben and Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Creamsicles,
and frozen yogurt.