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bonnyprincecharlie July 8th, 2012 10:00 PM

Scotch eggs?
 
Has anyone had scotch eggs on a cruise ship? They sound like they are a real taste treat which might be on the English breakfast menu of one of the English liners which I have not been on.

Trackypup July 8th, 2012 10:25 PM

Haven't seem them that I can remember

KDGodwin July 9th, 2012 02:58 AM

I've always wanted to try one, but not sure where to find them. I may just have to make them at home...

I am all about more variety of foods on cruises! Would love to see more indian things, like curry and tabouli!

bonnyprincecharlie July 10th, 2012 05:46 PM

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Originally Posted by KDGodwin (Post 1437456)
I've always wanted to try one, but not sure where to find them. I may just have to make them at home...

I am all about more variety of foods on cruises! Would love to see more indian things, like curry and tabouli!


Here's one way to get Indian food on a cruise.

Gordon Ramsey"s Hells Kitchen Food Trucks

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I saw a recent program in which Gordon Ramsey had food trucks which featured American, Indian and Mexican food. This is the kind of novelty food delivery system that would be fun on the ship and really appreciated at the cruise ship ports. The food truck could offer drinks and food on the the port's piers. Cruisemates wouldn't have to venture to local eateries. And since they would have a big name chef on them the food would be eclectic.

OKGIRL July 12th, 2012 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by KDGodwin (Post 1437456)
I've always wanted to try one, but not sure where to find them. I may just have to make them at home...

I am all about more variety of foods on cruises! Would love to see more indian things, like curry and tabouli!

I've never seen them offered on a cruise ship. Here at home (Tulsa) and when I lived in Dallas I could get them at any English Pub type restaurant. We have two restaurants here in Tulsa (Baker's St. Pub and Grill and Charlie Parkers) that serve them. I think Sherlocks and Trinity Grill in Dallas serve them too.

Snoozeman July 12th, 2012 01:16 PM

I've never seen them on a cruise ship. They would be ideal for that new area on the Breeze with featured 'tastes' or bites of various foods. I haven't seen any mention of that area from our CM friends who just sailed her....how about it?


I have made them a few times, but I usually get my Scotch Eggs at the Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games.Texas Scottish Festival

shycruiser June 14th, 2013 05:08 PM

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Originally Posted by KDGodwin (Post 1437456)
I've always wanted to try one, but not sure where to find them. I may just have to make them at home...

I am all about more variety of foods on cruises! Would love to see more indian things, like curry and tabouli!

whenever i have sailed with princess, i would order this chicken/potato curry dish in the traditional dining room. it's only during lunch time on one of the days. but that's the only curry-anything i remember seeing. here it is found from a sample lunch menu i downloaded:


Chicken and Potato Curry
Basmati Rice, Raisins and Almonds, Condiments

it was good - but maybe not as traditional as authentic indian food. still - tasty enough for me to look forward ordering it on my next princess cruise! :)

as for the scotch eggs - i would love to have some on a cruise for breakfast!

Moonlight Reader June 14th, 2013 07:10 PM

On the Norwegian Cruise Line the buffet had some interesting Indian food choices. I think it is because a substantial part of their cruise staff are from Goa India.

Now if they would serve Indonsian food on the ships with a lot of Indonesian cruise staff. I love Mei Goreng and Nasi Goreng.

Snoozeman June 15th, 2013 02:29 PM

Scotch Egg
 
Well, I forgot about this thread, but hey!!, I did get a Scotch Egg on the Crown Princess. (lower left in photo below) It was in the pub and they only serve food there twice or so a cruise. Very limited seating.

I also had some at the Texas Scottish Festival until they sold out

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Ms6c2OekEv.../s1600/cp8.jpg

BernieG June 15th, 2013 06:10 PM

Someone doing a review of Royal Princess said they were available at the pub lunch.

MTL June 15th, 2013 06:17 PM

scotch eggs
 
Hi,

You could have a recipe on Google and read the story about it.
Have a nice day.
MTL

ratfinksnitch July 26th, 2013 08:00 AM

Princess pub lunch great treat.
 
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Originally Posted by Snoozeman (Post 1476287)
Well, I forgot about this thread, but hey!!, I did get a Scotch Egg on the Crown Princess. (lower left in photo below) It was in the pub and they only serve food there twice or so a cruise. Very limited seating.

I also had some at the Texas Scottish Festival until they sold out

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Ms6c2OekEv.../s1600/cp8.jpg

Your picture made my mouth water. Recently, I enjoyed pub-style lunch on Star Princess. Her Wheelhouse Bar offers a complimentary British-style pub lunch menu on sea days for a treat. The pub was amazingly not crowded. Fast service and excellent food made it a real treat.

As a side note, I was wondering if you stood on a chair to get the picture of the pub lunch venue. The last time I took of a picture of an engaged couples hands at Astis in New York I had to stand on chair and shoot down.


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