The Boston Food Bloggers on a Cruise

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of joining the Boston Food Bloggers on an Oydssey Twilight Dinner Cruise of Boston Harbor .

Here was our table. I hadn’t met any of them before, so it was great to get to know new bloggers!!

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We were able to board at 5pm and left promptly at 6pm. Our cruise was from 6 to 9, and enjoyed every minute of it. The service was excellent and Drew was our guy. He made sure that we had everything that we needed! We were offered a glass of champagne when we sat down.

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Our group had VIP seats, so we had a full open bar. We also had a salad, choice of main course and also dessert. We also had a live band and vocalist, along with a dance floor.

Here was the salad.

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It was a mixed greens salad with strawberries, apples, caramelized pecans, crumbled bleu cheese in a raspberry vinaigrette. I love fruit, cheese, and nuts on my salad, so I loved it!

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I have been wanting to try this cocktail made with St. Germain, it was strong and fruity. And it was just beautiful with the orchid. It was a popular drink with the ladies at our table. It was Grey goose vodka, St Germain, and champagne.

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I ordered the Orange-Ginger Glazed Salmon. It was a pan-seared fresh Salmon Fillet marinated with Ginger, Orange and White Wine served over Green Tea-infused Cous Cous, with a crisp Asian Vegetable Cake. I couldn’t taste the green tea, but it was a great meal and wasn’t too heavy but was filling. The vegetable cake had potatoes and carrots from what I could tell.

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The chicken dish: Maple-Glazed Chipotle Chicken Pan-roasted smoked Chicken Breast, served with a Vegetable Ratatouille and roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes, topped with a Chipotle Tomato Cream
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The beef dish: Mushroom Braised Short Ribs- Braised Beef Short Ribs marinated in a Shallot and Wild Mushroom Gravy, served with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and crispy Onion Straws
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A peak outside between dinner and dessert Odyssey Cruise Boston

Our dining friends- Leah from Pearls and Oysters and her husband:

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The Boston Skyline as we left the harbor
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And as we returned to Boston Odyssey Cruise Boston

And dessert was served. I got the cheesecake:
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Other popular choices were the Red Velvet Cake
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And the Chocolate Truffle Torte, a rich two-layer Cake filled with a delicate Chocolate Mousse in a smooth Dark Chocolate Ganache
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After dessert, we ventured back out on the deck to see Charlestown.

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It was a fabulous evening! Thank you BFB and Odyssey Cruises.
This meal was free but these are my opinions.

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4 thoughts on “The Boston Food Bloggers on a Cruise

  1. pam

    That is great that you are able to go to these cool restaurants and this cruise & do not have to pay. What a fabulous evening. Everything looked yummy.

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  2. Patsy Jenks

    Oh, I loved it – I almost felt like I was right there with you. How wonderful to try new things and make new friends. Hugs

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  3. Soni

    WOW!!! This cruise was FANTASTIC!!! And the food OH MY GOODNESS!!!
    I personally thought your meal looked the very best, loved your salad and, of course, that’s the very best way to have cheesecake!!! (my favorite in case you couldn’t tell

    hugs,

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