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Chef Tim MacDonald shared these photos of Stew Mon Starr-Hart preparing to serve a unique sweet tray.

Assembled on a giant lollipop, the British and U.S. sweets were favorites of the guests onboard. The stews walked around with the platter after dessert for this final treat.

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