with Celebrity Cruises
We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Fine Cooking magazine and their Emmy® Award nominated PBS series, Moveable Feast. Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Magazine, hosted by star chefs Pete Evans and Curtis Stone, takes you on a culinary journey, where innovative local chefs, artisans, and purveyors come together to create a feast of authentic, regional dishes.
Step aboard and enjoy dishes designed by the show’s chefs and inspired by your ports of call during our Moveable Feast Night in the Main Restaurant. Be a part of your own Moveable Feast experience—literally—on our Chef’s Market DiscoveriesSM excursions, where our chefs take you shopping for the freshest local ingredients and then prepare a private dinner for you back on your ship. Available on all ships except on Galapagos sailings.
Welcome Show: Meet the chefs at a welcome show.
Cocktail Party: Mingle with the chefs, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, take photos, and find out what it’s like to be on Moveable Feast and work on the cutting edge of the culinary scene.
Cooking Demo: Chefs lead a cooking demonstration preparing one of their recipes from start to finish.
Cooking Classes: Chefs will share some of their expert techniques as they host a cooking class for about 20 guests in a specialty restaurant.
Chef-Hosted Excursion: Chefs will host one of our Chef’s Market DiscoveriesSM excursions, they take you shopping for the freshest local ingredients and then prepare a private dinner for you back on your ship
A Miami native of Jewish and Latin descent, she has dazzled diners and critics alike with her sublime cuisine and bright personality. “My food isn’t heavy handed or unnecessarily complicated,” says Bernstein, a James Beard Award winner (Best Chef South 2008) and author of Cuisine a Latina (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2008). “My style of cooking is inspired by my own food memories and it’s the simple, soulful cooking that I remember from my travels.”
A true son of the Chesapeake, he was born and bred in Frederick, Maryland. Upon graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Voltaggio staged at Aureole, in NYC, where he met his mentor, chef Charlie Palmer. Following a stint at Michelin three-star Pic restaurant in France, Voltaggio reunited with Palmer as executive chef at Charlie Palmer Steak in Washington, DC. After almost a decade, Voltaggio took a leap of faith and returned to Maryland to open four more restaurants.