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HAL@Home Recipe: Caramelized Pork Tacos

HAL@Home Recipe: Caramelized Pork Tacos

There’s nothing quite like authentic Mexican carnitas, slow-cooked for hours to yield succulent, fork-tender pork and enlivened with a spoonful of fiery salsa. But to hold you over until your next cruise to Cabo (or trip to your favorite taco spot), we’re passing along this unique caramelized pork taco recipe from our Port to Table…   read more of “HAL@Home Recipe:…”

Holland America Line Extends Pause of Cruise Operations Through Dec. 15, 2020

Holland America Line Extends Pause of Cruise Operations Through Dec. 15, 2020

With the continuation of travel and port restrictions due to global health concerns, Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling departures on all ships through Dec. 15, 2020. The pause extension affects Caribbean, Mexico, Panama Canal, Pacific Coastal, South America, Antarctica, Hawaii, South Pacific, Australia and Asia itineraries. Guests Automatically…   read more of “Holland America…”

2022 World Cruise Opens for Booking Today

2022 World Cruise Opens for Booking Today

Holland America Line is opening bookings for two of its most epic explorations: the 2022 Grand World Voyage and the 2021 Grand Africa Voyage. Guests who want to circle the globe on the 128-day odyssey can make their world cruise reservations beginning Aug. 10, while the Africa circumnavigation opened Aug. 3. Both itineraries are conveniently…   read more of “2022 World Cruise…”

Culinary Council Recipe: Jacques’ Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies

Culinary Council Recipe: Jacques’ Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies

It’s #NationalChocolateChipCookieDay, and the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe comes from our very own Culinary Council member and world-famous chocolatier Jacques Torres. Now we’re sharing his special recipe with you! When making these cookies, keep the following points in mind: • Turn any chocolate discs that are poking up from the dough horizontally so that…   read more of “Culinary Council…”