How to light a boat or RV propane stove and how the safety mechanisms work. If you’re having problems getting yours to light, read this! [More] Lighting a Propane Stove
Stay Safe in the Galley
Stove burners, boiling water, sharp knives, rolling cans -- all these pose larger threats to your safety on a boat than ashore.
Things I've learned that help me avoid stupid injuries while cooking on a moving platform.
Prevent injuries when cooking on a boat with these nine tips — with time, they’ll become habits. [More] Working in a Moving Galley
Listen in for three important things to look at in the galley when buying a boat. These are hard to change! [More] Galley Design
Cooking on a boat just isn’t quite the same as cooking ashore. Listen in for tips and tricks to easily cope with some of the biggest differences. [More] Boat Cooking IS Different
A reader is looking for tips on safely using a kerosene/paraffin stove. Other readers help her out with great info — learn more here and add your own words of wisdom. [More] Kerosene Stoves
Don’t injure yourself when the boat rolls! Yeah, drying siliverware can be a safety concern . . . [More] Draining Silverware
Thirteen tips for planning and preparing meals to eat underway on a boat — whether just out for the day or on a longer passage. [More] Meals Underway
Don’t have a serious injury from a stupid mistake! Take care when spraying pans . . . [More] How NOT To Fall For a Spray
Got questions about using an alcohol stove (Origo) on a boat? Wondering about finding fuel and filling? Or safety? TBG readers share their experiences. [More] Using an Alcohol Stove
Properly designed galley straps can keep a cook from being tossed across the boat in rough conditions. But poorly designed ones leave the cook exposed to burns! [More] Galley Strap