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AmaWaterways Inducted Into French Culinary Affiliation

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AmaWaterways has been inducted into Tables et Auberges de France, a French affiliation that celebrates regional flavors and domestically sourced substances.

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Main the induction of 20 of its ships is AmaWaterways’ Culinary Director, Chef Robert Kellerhals. As the primary river cruise line to be honored by the affiliation, AmaWaterways is now featured of their lately launched culinary information, “Tables et Auberges de France & Worldwide 2021 White Information.”

“Culinary excellence is one among my private passions and a key aspect of our river cruise expertise, so we’re extremely honored and proud that our gifted culinary director, Robert Kellerhals, and our ships have been acknowledged by a company like Tables et Auberges de France, which celebrates regional flavors and domestically sourced substances,” mentioned Rudi Schreiner, president and co-founder of AmaWaterways.

Now in its 26th yr, Tables et Auberges de France promotes the abilities of people dedicated to distinctive and inventive delicacies in concord with culinary traditions. At the moment, the affiliation contains almost 2,000 impartial institutions, starting from famend high eating places to small nation inns – and now, river cruise ships.

With a concentrate on farm-to-table choices, Kellerhals works with a group of 5 company cooks to craft dishes utilizing native and artisan merchandise sourced primarily from family-run farms alongside the rivers.

Dining in The Chef's Table on the AmaPrima.
Eating in The Chef’s Desk on AmaWaterways’ AmaPrima. (Photograph by way of AmaWaterways)

AmaWaterways additionally gives epicurean-focused shore excursions, together with bringing visitors to an area residence for an indication of conventional Bulgarian Banitsa pastries and visiting a conventional wine-producing property to find out about centuries-old winemaking strategies.

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