Looking for an alternative to carrying — and throwing away — boxes of plastic bags, cling wrap and aluminum foil? Etee Wraps are a solid alternative with the bonus of keeping some foods fresh longer! [More] Etee Reusable Food Wraps
Everyday cooking tips and tricks that work just as well on a boat as on land.
Measuring without measuring spoons, rules of thumb, substitutions, storing produce without refrigeration and everything else you wish you'd known long ago.
How can you tell a bad — that is, rotten — egg? A quick photo reference that will keep you from stinking up the kitchen! [More] A Bad Egg
Green onions will last several months and the tops actually regrow with this storage method. Better yet, they don’t take up space in the refrigerator! [More] How to Store Green Onions
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?
In desperation, I tried sharpening my potato peeler. It worked better than I ever dreamed! [More] Sharpen Your Veggie Peeler
Three ways to give the flavor of marinating at the last minute [More] Last Minute “Marinating”
Missing an ingredient? Or a recipe sounds good . . . except for one ingredient? My theory is that the goal is to create a dish that’s good, not necessarily a copy of what someone else made. [More] Substituting in Recipes
If your potatoes have a green tint, can you go ahead and eat them? Anything special you should do? How about potato eyes? [More] Are Green Potatoes Safe to Eat?
Total win — al dente pasta with less water, less propane or other fuel, and less heat and steam in the boat! [More] Pasta on the Boat
Whether it’s flour on the countertop or a leaking container in the cupboard, a little thought ahead of time can make the clean up a lot easier! [More] Contain the Mess