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#1
Phoenix, AZ
349 Posts
Joined Jun 2012
Has anyone tried to re-create a dish from on board while home? If so, hat was it, from which line, and were you successful?

Are there any dishes you'd love to know how to make at home?


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#3
Maryland
1,013 Posts
Joined Feb 2012
Disney Cruise Line - chocolate souffle with vanilla bean sauce. I have made this several times for my family. It's not easy but is definitely worth the work.
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#5
Near Orlando but California Dreaming
14,305 Posts
Joined Sep 2002
Originally posted by Silent Penguin
Disney Cruise Line - chocolate souffle with vanilla bean sauce. I have made this several times for my family. It's not easy but is definitely worth the work.
I've made this as well, but don't find it particularly difficult.
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April 2014--Paul Gauguin to French Polynesia
June 2012--Windstar Wind Surf Back-To-Back, Rome to Venice to Athens
October 2011--Disney Dream Bahamas
October 2005--RCCL Mariner Western Caribbean
August 2002--Disney Magic Eastern Caribbean

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My all in a 20" wheeled bag for a warm weather cruise packing list here
20" rolling bag packing list for two weeks in a cool/cold climate here.
#6
Tucson Arizona
264 Posts
Joined Mar 2001
Originally posted by Harry and Lucille
Crispy Princess bread rolls. Yummmmm. Have tried many times. Never works. That is why we always cruise Princess.
If I remember correctly the recipe was from Bon Appetite and was very good but haven't made it since.
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Island Princess Hawaii 9-2004
Island Princess Panama Canal 9-20-07
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#8
San Diego
194 Posts
Joined Feb 2005
We love the chocolate filled croissants on Celebrity. Now I get the frozen dough at Trader Joes, set them out to rise the night before baking-they are the best! And the smell! YUM

I also had fun recreating a beautiful salad that we had at the Aquaspa cafe on the Equinox- You arrange feta cheese cubes and watermelon cubes like a checkerboard, drizzle with a California Citrus olive oil and top with chiffonade of fresh basil- a little time consuming but a stunning salad!
#9
CA
282 Posts
Joined Jul 2002
Hubby and I loved the spa area cuisine on Celebrity, but I could never master it. Funny since everything was simple. Probably needed the ocean breeze and gentle rocking of the ship!


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#10
107,598 Posts
Joined Jul 2001
Years ago HAL had a Tilapia that we loved. I lost the recipe and now have screwed it up a couple of times.
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