Although our pumpkins are still on the porch and we're still picking away at Halloween candy stashes, we can't deny that the holidays are fast approaching. Soon, we shore-based folk will become over-fed, over-served, and over-shopped- harried, frazzled, demented consumers. Now that's something to look forward to!
Oh, to be at sea during this hectic time of year. Far-removed from plastic Santas, tinsel, and malls, cruisers enjoy a decidedly different holiday-or at least, we'd like to think so. If you'll be celebrating at sea this year, Cruising World wants to know how you do it.Email us your galley-friendly holiday recipes and onboard holiday traditions; we'll feature them in "People & Food Online" next month.
Or, if this is your first holiday season aboard or you're just (sugar) plumb out of ideas, explore the "People & Food Online" section where you'll find recipes such as:
Vino Navegador (hot mulled wine)
Balaena's Panforte- a decadent piece de resistance made with chocolate, nuts, and fruit.