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
What you should consider when buying galley gear as well as product reviews and recommendations.
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
Start your meal on the stove in the included pan, then when it’s time to turn it down and let simmer, just take it off the stove and slip it inside the thermal container. Your meal continues to cook while you do other things, with no more stove fuel, no electricity, no burning and no more heat in the boat! [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?
I use my cutting board just all the time, and having one I really like makes chopping and slicing so much better. I’ve had this for a couple of months and LOVE it! [More] Dexas Chop and Scoop