Cooking on a Boat

Boat cooking IS different — there are smaller counters, storage spaces, stoves and refrigerators, limited water and power, not to mention no grocery store around the corner.

Effective ways to meet the challenges and turn out great meals.

  • 6 ways that cooking on a boat is different than cooking ashore, and effective ways to meet the challenges

An oven that bakes unevenly — say burning food on one side while leaving the other side underdone — is SO frustrating. But there’s a simple solution that doesn’t involve a new oven!

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