Part of our honeymoon was spent on a cruise ship bobbing around the Caribbean – successfully avoiding Hurricanes Irma and Maria, but certainly being aware of their impact on many people and their communities.
It was our first cruise, so I can’t speak for the catering on any other ships, but I have to say that the food we were served from breakfast through to midnight was sensational. Every meal was of excellent quality and I don’t think anything disappointed. Indeed, it was generally so good that I wouldn’t dare try and recreate it at home – on top of which I was generally a little drunk by dinner time so couldn’t remember all of the details if I tried.
served with candied sweet potatoes. The pork was sweet, moist and tender, wrapped in a crunchy coating and something I could have eaten several times over. I have to confess that I also enjoyed the sweet potatoes but no matter how traditional they are in the USA as a Brit I have to declare them to be a culinary abomination that I will not serve to anyone…
The pork loins here are my best guess as to how you’d make a crunchy, cheesy coating with a little seasoning and plenty of cheese. As you can see we still had them with sweet potatoes – only in this case cooked with a spicy coating and oven baked.
No marshmallow in sight!