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JAMAICA’S WICKED PAST AND WILDLY BEAUTIFUL PRESENT

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Some places are simply idyllic in that blissfully uneventful way that implies nothing could ever happen there beyond day after glorious day of paradise play time. Such appearances, as we know, can be deceiving, and perhaps nowhere more so than Port Royal, Jamaica. Step ashore today and you’ll find a quaint fishing village with warm, friendly locals, but the history of the place is wickedly fascinating…

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SUNDAY COOKING WITH CHEF JON ASHTON: MRS. SPIELBERG’S EGGPLANT PARMESAN

Erica Ashton's Eggplant Parmesan

This week, Chef Jon Ashton is bringing a very special version to the table as he prepares his wife, Erica’s (you know her as “Mrs. Spielberg”) personal recipe. The hot blend of savory cheeses and rich marinara sauce balanced by the earthy freshness of eggplant will transport you to those voyages to Italy you’ve been longing for and stir memories of long meals in Prego spent discussing experiences, wine and food…

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SPECIAL EDITION: TONIGHT’S FRIDAY NIGHTS AT THE GALAXY BRINGS STAR POWER

Crystal on Broadway

The virtual marquee for this week’s episode of Friday Nights at the Galaxy is lit with stars of Broadway acclaim, packed with Tony and Drama Desk Award winners and nominees. The curtain goes up promptly at 6 p.m. EST on the Crystal Cruises Facebook page. So, mix yourself one of our featured cocktails, find the best seat in your house and tune in for a very special show…

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A TOAST TO THE PRINCE OF WALES THIS THIRSTY THURSDAY

Prince of Wales Cocktail

As the mixed drinks of different liquors began to gain steam across Britain and into Europe in the mid-1800’s, Prince Albert Edward embraced the trend and concocted a mixture of his favorite ingredients, predictably dubbed the Prince of Wales. The recipe calls for a splash of champagne with the deep flavors of rye whiskey, bitters, Maraschino liqueur and simple syrup. The bubbly addition not only gives the drink a celebratory and refreshing twist, it also reflects the historical context of the era…

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