How much propane do you need to carry for your adventure? Rule of thumb and useful info for how much is really in that tank! [More] How Long Does a Tank of Propane Last?
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.
Provisioning skills you can gain while still living on land. Not all boat skills are related to navigation and repair — planning for cooking aboard is important too! [More] Provisioning Practice
Where to start in organizing the boxes of provisions you bring aboard for a bareboat charter. A solid strategy to make sure you end up with everything you need for your meals aboard. [More] Organizing the Galley on a Charter
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! [More] Oven Baking Unevenly?
How to light a boat or RV propane stove and how the safety mechanisms work. If you’re having problems getting yours to light, read this! [More] Lighting a Propane Stove
There’s a very simple solution if you can’t turn your stove burners down far enough to simmer. Inexpensive, too! [More] Can’t Simmer on Your Stove?
Prevent injuries when cooking on a boat with these nine tips — with time, they’ll become habits. [More] Working in a Moving Galley
Cooking on a boat just isn’t quite the same as cooking ashore. Listen in for tips and tricks to easily cope with some of the biggest differences. [More] Boat Cooking IS Different
You can argue that cooking is cooking, but there are some big differences about cooking on a boat. Tips to make a smooth transition! [More] Intro to Cooking on a Boat
A reader is looking for tips on safely using a kerosene/paraffin stove. Other readers help her out with great info — learn more here and add your own words of wisdom. [More] Kerosene Stoves