Food poisoning is never good, but it’s worse when you’re away from medical care. Learn the basics of food safety for cruisers. [More] Food Safety for Boaters 101
Meat on a Boat
Tips and resources for storing and cooking meat on a boat -- or using canned meat if you don't have refrigeration.
Yes, you can make delicious meals with canned meats. Here’s how. [More] 🎧Making Tasty Canned Meat Meals
Canned meat goes way beyond tuna casserole. Seven tips to make great meals using canned meat with excellent taste and texture. [More] Using Canned Meat
Canned meats are great in all sorts of recipes, not just as sandwich fillers. 54 ideas for great meals! [More] Canned Meat Meal Ideas
Wonder if your burger is done? Or your steak? How about that loaf of bread? Never guess again — and never overcook things “just to be safe.” [More] Instant Read Thermometer Temperatures
A vacuum sealer is a luxury, no doubt about it. But if you’re thinking of getting one, here are some things to look at. [More] Do You Need a Vacuum Sealer on Your Boat?
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts take up less space in the refrigerator. If you can’t buy them, it’s easy to bone your own with this step by step video. [More] How to Bone a Chicken Breast (Video)
My Wusthof kitchen shears are wonderful for boning meat and doing other tough chores. [More] Kitchen Shears
Free downloads and videos showing exactly how to cut up a chicken and bone it. Useful if you can only buy a whole chicken and also saves space! [More] How to Cut Up a Chicken
What beef cuts are best to use in different recipes, English to Spanish cut translations, beef grilling information and more PDFs. [More] FREE Beef Cuts Information for Cruisers