Sodamin cooks up a once-a-cruise International Dinner for Holland America guests
Holland America Line has unveiled a new Master Chef’s International Dinner tyhat, once every cruise, will showcase signature dishes from around the world.
Holland America Line’s award-winning Master Chef Rudi Sodamin, pictured, in collaboration with several of the line’s expert chefs.
Guests can design their international three or four-course meal by choosing each course from selections that represent a variety of cultures.
The exclusive 20-dish menu includes appetizers, entrees and desserts from Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, North and South America, as well as wine pairings from each region. Guests also can choose Chef Rudi’s Tour Around the World, a pre-selected three-course meal by the master chef.
“The Master Chef’s International Dinner is a special culinary celebration of cultures around the world,” said executive vice president Richard Meadows. “Each dish captures the essence of the region’s cuisine with each course complementing the next, making for a truly exquisite dining experience for our guests.”
The menu includes Scandinavian-style Seafood and Potato Chowder, Lebanese Lamb Shank, Argentinean Guiso Soup, Bourbon Glazed Beef with Grilled Portabella Mushrooms and Tofu and Vegetable Korma. Desserts include New York-style Cheesecake, Viennese Mohr im Hemd and Kiwi and Passion Fruit Pavlova, a traditional meringue-based Russian dessert.
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