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Kitchen onboard the Oosterdaam cruiseship. August, 2008.

The middle of the Pacific Ocean,and I could not get a properly cooked piece of fish all week long.

Comments (8)

A nautical kitchen! That's a unique spin on this theme.

Happy Valentine's weekend!

How did you get into the kitchen to take the picture?

Cool take on the theme. I have never been on a cruise, but alaways heard that food is great. Hmm, I should rething that then.

Very cool take on the theme. Were you in the kitchen giving them instructions on how to cook fish?

I was wondering the same thing as Deborah-did you get to tour the kitchen? Was it just too hard for them to cook for the quantity of people on the boat? It's suprising the fish wasn't great (although you're right in that LOTS of people overcook the fish.)

How cool, Amy!
I also ask, how did you get into the kitchen???

Interesting photo! Great take on the theme.


Yes, we took a tour of the kitchens. The food usually wasn't terrible, just along the lines of what you'd get at a mid-priced sit-down wedding dinner. The boys adored it--whatever they wanted to eat, and dessert every night.

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