Working in a Moving Galley (BR Podcast 25)

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2016 • all rights reserved

Prevent injuries when cooking on a boat with these nine tips — with time, they’ll become habits.

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Intro to Boat Cooking, Part 2 (BR Podcast 14)

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2016 • all rights reserved

Cooking on a boat just isn’t quite the same as cooking ashore. Listen in for tips and tricks to easily cope with some of the biggest differences.

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Intro to Boat Cooking (BR Podcast 13)

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2016 • all rights reserved

You can argue that cooking is cooking, but there are some big differences about cooking on a boat. Tips to make a smooth transition!

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Thermal Cooker

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2016 • all rights reserved

Thermal Cooker: I absolutely love my thermal cooker — start dinner on the stove when it’s convenient then transfer the pans to the thermal cooker and let it continue to cook 4 to 8 hours without having to tend to it. Use less stove fuel and don’t heat up the cooking area. Best thing: go have fun and come home to a fully-cooked dinner!

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I’m NOT Cooking

By Carolyn Shearlock © 2015 • all rights reserved

When it’s over 100 for days on end, I just don’t feel like turning on the stove. So what’s for dinner?

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