Holland America to Offer Holiday Culinary Program

Holland America Line will conduct special culinary programs aboard all its 19 ships on sailings between Thanksgiving and New Year's, the line announced Tuesday. Cooking classes and demonstrations will take place in each ship's Culinary Arts Center and feature special holiday recipes and fare. "This seasonal culinary program offers an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy wonderful holiday cuisine while relaxing aboard a cruise," said Richard Meadows, Holland America's executive vice president, marketing sales and guest programs. "It's a much preferable option to doing all that cooking and clean-up at home." (DE)

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