I have shared some of my frustrations with the way kosher food is served at non-kosher events before
And today we heard about a cruise where the food didn't pan out
Are we expecting the impossible?
I am trying to imagine the position of the cruise company going regularly to Alaska or elsewhere and getting the occassional kosher booking. We will set aside the many committed Jews who eat cooked fish and veggie out, and discuss only those of us (fanatics) who insist on a hechscher. And also set aside hotels in cities with Jewish caterers.
So, is there a solution for the well-meaning cruise operator or hotelier in, say, Banff or the Galapagos? They can't afford prepare anything fresh for just one family. What else can they do except offer frozen meals in boxes.
Is there a better solution?
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