There is also a spinach salad served on Princess that is to die for.
Unfortunately, one of my other favorites is on a cruise line that is not one of my favorites. NCL serves yummy cold soups.......almost taste like eating melted ice cream. YUM! Since I don't think I'll ever be sailing NCL again, I would love to have their recipes.
Sounds a little like all I like is sweets, doesn't it??? :o)
Conch fritters (Celebrity)
Chilled blueberry soup (NCL) or Vichyssoise (Princess)
Bread - any (RCI)
Green salad with crawfish tails and nuts (Princess)
Prime Rib (Celebrity) with baked potato
Rum raisin ice cream (Princess) and Key lime pie (Celebrity) and ice coupe (NCL)
Cappucino (Princess) or coffee with Bailey's (any, the coffee's all lousy anyway)
Iced tea (RCI) or St Francis Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay(RCI)
Piña Colada (RCI)
Everyone is doing great on the favorite food items; the fact that you remember the name is amazing.
Speaking from the vegetarian side I would have to say Princess has my vote on the best dishes, all though I can’t remember the names. But I am like CA, I do love my mash potatoes.
The strawberry bisque soup on Carnival was soo yummy. They also had a great tenderlion dish that I will butcher the spelling of Chataue Briant. It was a perfect tenderlion steak with some sauce over it. I can feel my butt growing just thinking about all the good food I will eat on my cruise in Dec.
The eggs benedict on RCI ... the cold soups on NCL (great but not worth doing NCL again)...the pizza on Princess...the 'Love Boat Dream' on Princess...bread on all of them...we'd say, that's about it, however, we all know there are just too many culinary delights afloat!
HAL's tiramisu is not to be sneezed at. I once asked for extra to be delivered to our cabin and ate three helpings for breakfast. I did have a slice of melon or two along with it just to pretend that I was "eating healthy."
And, OOOOOOOH the bread pudding on HAL. Snag a big bowl at lunchtime, take it back to the cabin and just FEAST on it.
Celebrity is the only line I know of, other than the really upscale ones, that will make basted eggs for breakfast.