(Press Release)_MIAMI, FL – September 6, 2017 – Celebrity Cruises invites guests to dig into the modern luxury brand’s newest iconic culinary partnership with Fine Cooking magazine and its Emmy Award-nominated Public Television series Moveable Feast – introducing Moveable Feast with Celebrity Cruises.
In celebration of the partnership, Celebrity will launch two Moveable Feast Signature Sailings featuring some of the series’ most talented chefs. Join renowned Miami chef and James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein on a 7-night island hopping journey through the Caribbean, departing December 16, 2017, onboard Celebrity Equinox, or escape to Bermuda on a 7-night island getaway onboard Celebrity Summit with James Beard Award-nominated chef Bryan Voltaggio, departing April 29, 2018. On each sailing, guests will have the opportunity to meet the chefs, attend chef-led cooking demonstrations, and join the chefs on intimate, hand-selected excursions.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to announce our partnership with Fine Cooking magazine and Moveable Feast. After all, it’s a show that blends two of the things we love most – and do best – traveling beyond borders to places that will inspire you and creating flavors that will thrill your palate like never before,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. “Now, we’re combining gastronomic forces to bring you our Moveable Feast with Celebrity Cruises program, a mouthwatering experience you can savor across our fleet.”
“We are excited to welcome Celebrity Cruises as the corporate underwriting sponsor of the upcoming Season 5 of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking,” said John Boland, SVP and Publisher of Fine Cooking Magazine. “Being able to extend the consumer experience beyond the pages of our magazine and television show to on-board culinary adventures with Celebrity Cruises, brings it to life in a unique and fun way.”
Moveable Feast with Celebrity Cruises infuses Moveable Feast-inspired activities and flavors into Celebrity’s already heralded culinary experience, with a smorgasbord of unique offerings, including Moveable Feast Night in the main dining rooms onboard, hands-on cooking demonstrations, and award-winning Chef’s Market DiscoveriesSM excursions that emulate the Moveable Feast experience, with more offerings to be revealed soon.
For more details on the partnership, visit www.celebritycruises.com/specialty-cruises/moveable-feast-with-celebrity-cruises.
Happy Labor Day, all.
While many head for the beach, or their boats, or just family get-togethers, one of our Labor Day traditions is watching the 1955 classic movie, "Picnic." William Holden plays a drifter who arrives in a Kansas town on Labor Day by hopping a freight train. There he runs into an old college buddy, played by Cliff Robertson, and falls in love with Kim Novak. The great Rosalind Russell steals the show as an old maid school teacher. One of the many unforgettable scenes is the Novak-Holden dance beneath the chinese lanterns. Here it is:
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