Fed up with food sticking to your stainless skillet? Seasoning it takes just ten minutes and makes an amazing difference! [More] Seasoning a Stainless Steel Skillet
Is it better to have one big container of things like flour and sugar or is it better to divide it into two or more containers? [More] Should You Divide Your Food Up When Storing It On a Boat?
Powdered eggs that don’t taste like powdered eggs. These aren’t those awful things you remember from Scouts. They’re good! [More] Good Powdered Eggs for Use on a Boat
Yes, round IS a shape . . . and far too many food containers are round. Are we about to enter a new era of square containers? [More] Shape Matters When It Comes to Storing Food on a Boat
An inexpensive indoor/outdoor thermometer could save hundreds of dollars of food by alerting you to a problem before the food is spoiled. [More] How’s the Boat Refrigerator Doing?
A great way to store spices if you have a refrigerator on your boat — less wasted space and longer life for the spices. [More] A Great Way to Store Spices in a Tiny Boat Galley
Got a top-loading boat refrigerator? Get step-by-step instructions how to organize it perfectly for your needs, including lots of pictures. [More] Organizing a Top-Loading Boat Refrigerator Step by Step
Is your refrigerator or ice box losing its cool? Make sure all that nice cold air stays IN the refrigerator! [More] Boat Refrigerator Insulation Test
Have a food allergy and thinking of cruising outside your home country? Wondering how you’ll figure out labels in a foreign language? Labeling laws in most countries make it a little easier. [More] Food Allergy Labeling When Cruising
Is it worth the empty space between bins (not to mention the space the containers themselves take up) to organize the galley when you’ve got so little space to begin with? [More] Does Organizing Boat Lockers Waste Space?