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Extreme life of a Chef

I recently went on a trip to Antarctica. It was an amazing adventure! As you can imagine, it is not a traditional cruise to the Bahamas. We had to travel through the Drake Passage – 2 1/2 days without seeing land. This is one of the most volatile ocean passes in the world. In fact, two days before I set sail, another ship was so badly battered by the Drake, it had to turn back and never made it to Antarctica.

I was amazed with the food we were served during our travels. Fresh baked bread and delicious and creative meals! I was able to sit down with the Head Chef, Chef Brian and hear about what it’s like to be a chef on an ice-breaker vessel that travels to the most remote regions of the world.


One Response

  1. very interesting ,Eva.
    I was surprised that the counters didn’t have an elevated lip to keep things from falling. I can’t imagine what it is like to cook during high seas!

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