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Excellent as the food is in the regular dining rooms on the Princess cruise ships, I like to enjoy at least one meal in the alternate dining venues. I was curious about the concept of shared dining in the SHARE restaurant on the Ruby Princess, but as it turned out the sharing bit seems to have gone by the wayside. The tables were separate and we were seated at a table for two. The alternate dining in this case is a 6 course menu created by Chef Curtis Stone  - with a choice of 2 or 3 dishes per course,...

Chef Winkler guides me through the Britannia GalleyAs I mentioned in my earlier post The Queen Mary 2 through a dancer's eyes, what I love about  cruising is not as much the destinations but the journey. And running a close second to the joy of dancing as I journey over the seas, is fine dining at sea. As readers of my Sipping and Supping segment know, I am a committed foodie, and while my home...

Chef Butters To set the stage- or perhaps I should say - to set the table - for the "supping" aspect of our Destination Travel: Kelowna I arranged to meet Chef Rod Butters at his restaurant, RauDZ, on Water Street, on the first morning of our visit. An icy wind was blowing through the streets of downtown Kelowna and by the time we arrived at the door of the restaurant we were chilled. Chef Butters invited us in and promptly offered to...

For the first day of  our Kelowna visit I had three pre-arranged meetings and from  what came out of those, I planned to let the rest of the day's activities develop spontaneously. First order of the day was to stop in at the Tourism Kelowna  Visitor's Centre to pick up an information package that Catherine had left for me.

The drive into Kelowna  along Westside Road is both spectacularly beautiful and hair-raising. Round every curve in the road - and there are many...

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