Culinary Cruising: See Marisol at Sea

Marisol, the author of The Lady, the Chef and the Courtesan, a sensual, romantic novel that comes complete with recipes, last month left landlocked Denver for a stint as a celebrity chef. She sent Westword regular missives, including the dishes she planned to cook, from her temporary home: a cruise ship.

You can read all about it in her Culinary Cruising blog entries. And so that so that you can see what it's like to cook at sea, Marisol -- who's now safely back on dry land -- offered up this video.


Culinary Cruising with Chef Marisol from BurstMarketing on Vimeo.

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