Celebrity chefs cater to more audiences by cooking in cruise ships
Posted on Monday, October 12th, 2015 at 3:29 pm
Celebrity chefs have now found a new avenue for their culinary masterpieces – instead of cooking for customers on land, some are opting to tempt the palates of cruise ship passengers for a more revolutionary experience. This is also an added benefit of cruise ships being able to add signature restaurants to their list of cruise ship attractions.
For instance, Santa Clarita, California-based Princess Cruises is exclusively partnering with restaurateur, New York Times bestselling author, and television personality Chef Curtis Stone.
Stone will be opening a new restaurant concept called Share on two Princess Cruises ships this year and launching two more in 2016. The theme of the restaurant is a pass-the-plate type of meal-sharing setting, inviting a homey atmosphere reminiscent of dining at home instead of at a fancy restaurant.
Menu items include twice-cooked duck leg with fennel, tagliatelle with roasted Alaskan crab, chili and parsley, and butter-roasted lobster with carameralized endive and endive foam, among others.
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