chic or geek

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cruise: food on the fun ship

foodAnna Keller

the first thing that I did once I got home was make a veggie burger --- I'd been craving one so badly for the entire week.  while there was plenty of meat and fish on board, there were very few vegetarian protein options. while the food was pretty tasty, it was way heavier than what I prefer to eat.  I haven't had mayo in years, and I'm sure that I ate plenty on the boat.

breakfast was usually pretty easy - some mornings we got room service, while other days I managed to make it to the dining room before they started serving lunch.

lunch was usually a bowl of salad with plenty of fruit and cheese.  on Saturday, it was pizza and chocolate mousse.

dinner was always...interesting.  I had some really good nights (grilled marinated eggplant and chocolate amaretto cake) and some not so good nights (veggie enchiladas and baked alaska --- not what I expected).  we had the early dinner (6 pm), so I usually had a midnight snack after a night of watching my friends gamble and doing karaoke.

but now I just feel off. I am so excited to cook my own meals and eat plenty of broccoli.

I'd be fine if someone else wanted to do the dishes, though.