Yes, you can eat sweet potatoes in the summer. Here’s a great meatless meal for the boat. [More] Sweet Potatoes with Black Beans
Provisioning, Food Storage & Cooking
Cooking on a boat IS different -- provisioning, food storage, and being on a moving platform all add challenges.
Helpful hints, great products and boat-friendly recipes to make it easy!
For more help, check out The Boat Galley Cookbook and The Boat Galley Guide to Storing Food without Refrigeration.
Peanut butter cookies are a yummy sweet treat that are easy to bake on a boat. [More] Peanut Butter Cookies
Cruisers say their plans are written in sand . . . at low tide. You never know what a day may bring. We’ve learned to be prepared for anything! One winter, problems with our engine led to a partial rebuild. Once complete, we did some short day trips and then decided to do a two-day trip to get more […]
A tasty fruit topping you can serve many different ways. Plus a way to make it even if you don’t have a refrigerator on your boat. [More] Fruit Delight Recipe
Firecracker salad–easy to make ahead and has a real punch of flavor. Perfect for the boat. [More] Firecracker Salad
When you want an appetizer just a little bit special but still easy to make on a boat–try my easy crab rangoon recipe. And no frying! [More] Crab Rangoon
Chicken Bruschetta is quick and easy and great for entertaining. [More] Chicken Bruschetta
Ginger snaps are easy to make without a mixer, delicious, and helpful for queasy stomachs. Perfect for a boat! [More] Ginger Snaps Recipe
Yes, you can juice fruits and vegetables on a boat. And without electricity! [More] A Manual Juicer–Great For a Boat
Muffins are a fast and easy way to have fresh bread on board. Here’s a simple recipe with several variations. [More] Basic Muffin Recipe (with variations)