With a thermal cooker, start dinner when it’s convenient & transfer pans to the thermal cooker. Let it cook 4 to 8 hours while you do other things! [More] Thermal Cooker
What you should consider when buying galley gear as well as product reviews and recommendations.
Reusable silicone covers for partially-used cans, leftovers and food storage provide a better seal to keep food fresh, plus use less foil and plastic wrap. [More] Reusable Silicone Covers
A 2-cup (pint/half liter) thermos that retains heat for 10+ hours — perfect for cooking rice or beans and making yogurt! [More] The Perfect Small Thermos
There are a lot of boat refrigerators out there. How’d we come to choose the one we did? [More] Choosing Our New Refrigerator
If you use a Ziploc bag to store your food scraps and scrape plates into, this little device is like having someone to hold the bag open for you! [More] Dish Scraping 2.0
Reader recommendations for immersion blenders that work well on a boat and the many ways they use them. [More] Immersion Blenders
Looking for a sugar dispenser that keeps bugs and humidity out, won’t rust and isn’t made of glass? Look no further! [More] Sugar Dispenser
A Thermos Nissan thermal cooker lets you cook while doing other things, similar to a crock pot. Also cut down on stove fuel and heat in the kitchen. [More] Thermos Nissan Thermal Cooker
Some use lots of electrical appliances on their boat, others can’t imagine it. What’s the real story? [More] Electric Appliances in the Galley
A new stove for your boat is a big expense– find out what other cruisers like (or don’t) and why! [More] What Brand Stove?