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Baking on a Boat
Tips for dealing with oven hot spots, mixing by hand, little counter space, heat in the galley and more.
I baked and “cooked as usual” all through the summer in the Sea of Cortez and Central America, even though it was plenty hot out. Here are a few tips on how I made it work. [More] Baking When It’s Hot?
The order that you measure ingredients can have a big impact on the clean up and how much water you’ll have to use! [More] Do You Love Making Cookies But Dread Washing Up?
Learn the best way to store box mixes on a boat to keep them safe from bugs, humidity, heat and motion. Make sure your box mixes will be good to use. [More] How to Store Box Mixes on a Boat
Making do is a way of life in a boat galley. You can usually find gear that you already have that will do what you need. See some of my substitutions. [More] Making Do in the Galley
These little cans of Rumford Reduced Sodium Baking Power are great for use on a boat. Learn how they’re different from other brands for cooking on a boat. [More] Baking Powder on a Boat
Making a half batch of something and end up needing some strange measures? Don’t worry, with these tips you’ll be able to figure it out! [More] Measuring Weird Amounts
Tiny galley? No room for a bunch of ingredients, mixing bowls and no oven? But want a special breakfast treat? Bake cinnamon rolls on your stove top! [More] Stove Top Baking – Breakfast Rolls
Fresh hot biscuits — for breakfast or with dinner — are easy even without a conventional oven. Literally 15 minutes from start to eat! [More] Biscuits in the Omnia Stove Top Baking Oven
Two important things to remember when baking in the Omnia Stove Top Oven — with these, you’ll have great results very easily! [More] Using an Omnia Stove Top Oven