Don’t heat up your galley on a hot day. Just use your grill for baking bread. Here’s how. [More] Yes, You Can Bake Bread on the Grill
In many great cruising areas, it can be hard to buy bread. But it can be intimidating to make your own if you've never done it before. And doing so in a boat galley adds another layer of complexity.
Tips to make it easy, including a step-by-step how-to with plenty of pictures. Then check out our recipes.
A year after, what do I think about the machine? (Spoiler – it’s great!) [More] Bread Machine Update – And a Recipe!
If you’ve failed to get good results when baking yeast breads, there might be a few reasons. Here are tips that will get your bread to turn out right every time. [More] Perfect Yeast Breads Every Time
I love making bread by hand. We still bought a machine – here’s why. [More] To Bread Machine or Not to Bread Machine
Turning basic ingredients into something edible might be the epitome of cruising. It’s self-sufficiency, creativity, and knowledge. Make bread! [More] Satisfying All the Senses
Delicious non-eggy bread that holds together and bakes in an oven, not a microwave. Makes two slices. Gluten-free, keto and diabetic friendly (as a special treat) — but “regular folks” will love it too! [More] Boat-Friendly Keto/LCHF/Gluten-Free Bread
More info on using an Omnia Stove Top Oven to make great baked goods if you don’t have a conventional oven! [More] Box-Mix Corn Bread in the Omnia
Are there really differences in pans? YES! Do you have to spend a fortune to get a good one? NO! Here’s my experience . . . [More] Bread Pan for Boat Galleys
No-Knead Bread is incredibly simple to make and a real treat to eat. Here’s a basic recipe, along with some tips for making it on a boat and ways to hurry it up. [More] No-Knead Bread
Detailed, step-by-step directions for making great yeast bread by hand, with lots of photos and pointers to ensure that you have a great outcome! [More] Yeast Bread Making on a Boat