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Went into carnival hub to purchase some upsale dinner options, and a huge list of dinning experience to purchase showed up. Does anyone know anything about these options which seem to be classes that teach you to cook and then you eat dinner that you cooked maybe. 

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The Carnival Kitchen classes are great.  We did three on our Panorama b2b.  It's a lot of fun and a lot of food.  My cruise buddy ended up buying a pasta maker when we got back and uses it all the time

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You aren't preparing a dinner it is a dish or dessert or.... at least most of the classes. Some classes are longer and maybe.... There is a big dinner table.

 

And you can get to it without having to walk through the casino on Panorama.

 

 

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11 hours ago, Too blessed to be stressed said:

 

Does anyone know anything about these options which seem to be classes that teach you to cook and then you eat dinner that you cooked maybe. 

 

 

Hi 🙂

 

I'll drop you some helpful 'Carnival Kitchen' info below. 

Have a great day, happy sailing!

 

 

Carnival Kitchen; article directly from Cruise Critic located @:

https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=4919

 

Carnival Kitchen review, located @:

https://cruiseradio.net/review-carnival-kitchen-on-carnival-panorama/

 

Carnival Kitchen info @:

https://cruisefever.net/carnival-kitchen-prices-new-dining-experience-on-carnival-panorama/

 

Additional Carnival Kitchen info @:

https://thepointsguy.com/news/carnival-kitchen-cooking-classroom/

 

 

 

23 Minute Carnival Kitchen (Video Review) below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 9/4/2020 at 12:07 PM, BlerkOne said:

You aren't preparing a dinner it is a dish or dessert or.... at least most of the classes. Some classes are longer and maybe.... There is a big dinner table.

 

And you can get to it without having to walk through the casino on Panorama.

 

 

Not sure why walking through the casino would make any difference? 

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I did the sushi 101 and Pit BBQ session. It was more fun than education. The sushi was what I call the pedestrian variety, being rolls aimed squarely at American palates. The fun part was watching the knife skills of the other guests. 

 

The pit BBQ taught how to prepare the meats for cooking, and basic sauce techniques. I never knew all the things that went into the sauce. It does take many hours to smoke BBQ, so when the meat was ready for cooking, it was collected and taken into the crew kitchen, and they came back out with a finished product.  Just like on TV cooking shows. It was so delicious, and messy, as good as life gets. 

 

All the sessions were sold out, so book ahead if you have the slightest interest. On Panorama in January the crew was having as much fun teaching as the guests learning. 

 

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