On our third “sea day”, a day not in port, but on the open waters, we went along to dinner in Sapphire thinking it would be our last day to experience such a luscious repast. More on that hint in the next installment of this series.
The prime rib was wonderful, shown here with and without the reduction.
The creole was billed as being “Caribbean Style” and turned out to be full of shrimp and veggies, and very mild in heat.
The cherry pie was a bit of a surprise, being very dense, but it was quite tasty with a sweet/tart combination that pleased the palate.
Among all the birthdays we celebrated on this cruise, we were surprised when our anniversary was also brought to light.
— Ann Cathey