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Saturday, April 7, 2012

So Much to Eat, So Little Time

Good morning,

On cruise ships there is such good food.  These images are from the Windjammer Restaurant aboard the Freedom of the Seas.  Those who know me well should not be surprised that I begin with desserts.
There are so many choices and so little time.  What is wonderful about the Windjammer is that you can select a little of everything to enjoy many of the foods offered.
This was taken obviously on St. Patrick's Day.  There are greeters at the entrance to the Windjammer who dress differently depending on the port or the holiday.  Not only do they bring huge smiles, they also remind guests to sanitize their hands before eating.
Finally today here is more veggie art.  The culinary team are so very talented!

Enjoy,
Lois

7 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the orange fellas are too cute.

Ann Nichols said...

Always so much fun to travel along with you!
Happy Easter!
Blessings!
Ann

Frank said...

Looks like food heaven.

Hope you and hubby are having a grand Easter.

Brigid said...

Wow - after the big bacon breakfast this morning, after a week of a lot of home cooked eating my friend and I looked at each other and said "tomorrow, back to the gruel and pine cones!"

karen said...

so you start with desert? My husband does that too!!

Cindy said...

I agree, life is uncertain--eat dessert first! Looks delicious. I have never been on a cruise ship but I hope to someday.

Elaine said...

I would be in serious trouble if I spent as much time aboard ship as you do, surrounded by all that luscious food. I have way too little will power! Love the veggie art!