11 keys for successful Thermos cooking plus 2 Thermos recipes – how to save energy and keep heat out of the kitchen [More] Thermos Cooking
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.
Cooking dried beans in a thermos is an easy way to prepare them to use in another recipe – do something else while they cook. Less sodium and easier to store than canned beans. [More] Dried Beans in a Thermos
Split pea soup recipe that is primarily cooked in a Thermos — great as a take-along or when you don’t want to heat up the boat with long simmering! [More] Split Pea Soup in a Thermos
25 ways to use less energy when cooking — they’ll keep the kitchen cooler, too! [More] Conserving Propane
Making great boat coffee – 9 things to consider (electric power or not? breakable or not?) and 10 systems that work well on a boat. [More] Boat Coffee Systems
Canned meats are great in all sorts of recipes, not just as sandwich fillers. 54 ideas for great meals! [More] Canned Meat Meal Ideas
Canned meat goes way beyond tuna casserole! With these tips you’ll be cooking great meals that no one will guess began with a can. [More] Using Canned Meat
5 things you need to know about using an oven on a boat for great results no matter what you’re baking! [More] Using a Galley Oven
How to use a baking stone (also called a pizza stone) in a small oven (boat, RV or tiny home) to eliminate hot spots and solve other common small oven problems. [More] Using a Baking Stone
A baking stone can really help with oven hot spots. Here’s what to look for when buying a baking stone particularly if you’re going to use it in a boat or RV oven. [More] Baking Stone