Some use lots of electrical appliances on their boat, others can’t imagine it. What’s the real story? [More] Electric Appliances in the Galley
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.
Total win — al dente pasta with less water, less propane or other fuel, and less heat and steam in the boat! [More] Pasta on the Boat
Meat wrappers can make for really stinky trash, particularly in a hot climate. Here’s a simple way to avoid that! [More] Meat Wrappers in the Trash
People tell you to wash cans of food when you bring it aboard . . . but why? And why wash them again when you’re going to use them? [More] Why Wash Cans?
Can’t keep your stove lit as wind comes through the galley and keeps blowing it out? Use a windscreen — here’s a couple of ideas. [More] Stove Windscreen
Whether it’s flour on the countertop or a leaking container in the cupboard, a little thought ahead of time can make the clean up a lot easier! [More] Contain the Mess
The secret to cooking fish well is so simple . . . and it actually improved the way I cooked many other foods, too. [More] The Secret to Cooking Fish
Like real cream in your coffee? Here’s individual servings of half & half that don’t have to be refrigerated! [More] Unrefrigerated REAL Cream for Coffee
Freezing foods in Ziplocs is a real space saver . . . until a bag pops open and you have a leak, spill or freezer burn. An easy way to avoid the problems! [More] Freezing in Ziplocs
Very easy way to extend the life of berries — it’s about doubled how long they last for me. All it takes is a little vinegar and a paper towel. [More] Keeping Berries Fresh