A galley is a small, moving, generally unairconditioned place to cook . . . ten things that make turning out great food much easier! [More] Ten Things to Make Galley Life Easier
Things to consider when buying galley gear as well as product reviews and recommendations.
Five great ideas that make living – and cooking – in a small space a lot easier. [More] Cruising Hacks: Galley-Style
Three years of using my Aquabot multiple times a day put some wear and tear on it. But restoring it to “like new” operation is quick and cheap. [More] Fix a Leaking Aquabot
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?
A report on our Isotherm Cruise 130 boat refrigerator after using it for two years. Overall grade: B. Read why. [More] Isotherm Cruise 130 Refrigerator
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?
It’s great to get opinions and ideas from other people . . . but don’t blindly follow their recommendations if they don’t make sense for you! [More] Don’t Blindly Follow Experts
The American Press Coffee Maker — no electricity need, no glass to break, no filters to throw away — just delicious coffee! [More] American Press Coffee Maker
Yes, it’s possible to use real crystal wine glasses on a boat. Royal Stabilis has created a no-slip, no tip and break resistant set to bring a touch of elegance to any boat. [More] Crystal Wine Glasses
Real dishes, made for a boat! Tempered glass looks great, resists breakage and won’t shatter the way some others can. [More] Galleyware Tempered Glass Dishes