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Old August 10th, 2014, 07:24 AM
Bruce Chafkin1 Bruce Chafkin1 is offline
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Originally Posted by bonnyprincecharlie View Post
I sometimes wonder why the cruise lines don't explore serving some exotic foods. One that strikes me as a possibility is jackrabbit. Recollections of fried jackrabbit, baked jackrabbit and jackrabbit served in a pie or stew are fond. it would be a relatively low cost meat substitute. Anybody else like jackrabbit on their menu.
Mass Market cruising is what most of the people on these cruise boards are comfortable with.
Mass Market means for the MASSES.
Most of those masses are from North America.
Most of those masses are uncomfortable with food that is not beef and potatoes.
It is not worth the effort or expense for mass market cruise lines to offer very many items that are not mass market friendly.
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