Yes, cooking Christmas dinner is different on a boat. But here’s what you need to consider to make it work for you. [More] Christmas Dinner on a Boat
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.
Need a good cup of coffee onboard? Here’s some options along with advice about how to choose the best system for you. [More] Making Coffee Onboard
Should you have a blender on your boat? A reader found a small one she finds worth making room for. [More] A Good Blender for a Boat
No thermostat or thermometer on your oven? Get this external digital oven thermometer – no need to open the door to check the temperature [More] External Digital Oven Thermometer
6 ways that cooking on a boat is different than cooking ashore, and effective ways to meet the challenges [More] Boat Cooking Is Different
Canned meat goes way beyond tuna casserole. Seven tips to make great meals using canned meat with excellent taste and texture. [More] Using Canned Meat
Five easy, no-cook hot weather meals for when it’s over 100 for days on end and you don’t have air conditioning. Don’t just survive, have great meals! [More] Hot Weather Meals
Boxed milk does not need to be refrigerated until it is opened and can be stored three to six months with no special treatment. [More] Boxed Milk
Three ways to reduce what’s in the refrigerator — essential for living with a small refrigerator, whether in a boat, RV or off the grid. [More] Reduce What’s In The Refrigerator
If you don’t have a refrigerator or don’t have space in it, one simple rule lets you keep open mayonnaise in the cupboard. [More] Do You Need to Refrigerate Mayonnaise?