Yes, you can make cornbread on your boat or RV without an oven. It’s easy with the Omnia Stove Top Oven. [More] Corn Bread in the Omnia Oven
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.
Quiche is an elegant dish for entertaining or a light meal on board. And with an Omnia Stove Top Oven you can make it any time. [More] Quiche for the Omnia Stove Top Oven
Yes, you can make green bean casserole without an oven. Here\’s the recipe for making it in the Omnia Stove Top Oven. [More] Green Bean Casserole in the Omnia Oven
Looking for a homey meatloaf but don’t have an oven? Yes, you can bake a meatloaf in any boat galley with an Omnia Stove-Top Oven. [More] Meatloaf in the Omnia Stove-Top Oven
Roasting Brussels Sprouts brings out the best flavor. And with an Omnia stovetop oven, you can cook them in any boat galley. [More] Roasted Brussels Sprouts in the Omnia
Breadfruit can seem scary. But it’s easy to prepare with these step-by-step instructions and two recipes to get you started. [More] How To Cook Breadfruit
A hearty beef meal perfect after a long day on the water. Make most of the ingredients ahead and have it on the table in less than 20 minutes. [More] Tropical Beef Chunks
Yes, you can eat sweet potatoes in the summer. Here’s a great meatless meal for the boat. [More] Sweet Potatoes with Black Beans
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 […]