Yes, you can grow greens on a boat and have them fresh throughout the season. Here’s how. [More] How to Grow Greens on a Boat
on Your Boat
How do you know how much food to take on the boat or even what foods travel well?
Tips to help you plan and provisions that have worked well on our boats.
Date ALL the Things!
Using a sharpie can be helpful when planning provisioning lists. Who knew!
[More] Date ALL the Things!
My Favorite Specialty Ingredient
An homage to Trader Joe’s Bruschetta. [More] My Favorite Specialty Ingredient
Avoid this Provisioning Mistake
Follow the second rule of provisioning to avoid this mistake that could lead to a boat filled with food you’ll never eat. [More] Avoid this Provisioning Mistake
Bring Home the Bounty
You found the store. They had most of what you needed. Now how to get it home?
[More] Bring Home the Bounty
Provisioning for Coastal Cruising
Provisioning along the coast taught me a lot about how to stock the boat successfully [More] Provisioning for Coastal Cruising
Really, the big difference between boat food and land food is how you deal with putting it all away. I share my 7 steps to simple stowage.
[More] Pepper Ornaments?
After a lot of tasty trial and error, we’ve found our onboard coffee. It’s still better to spend more to get smaller size bags. [More] Coffee Problems
Quantity Conundrum, Resolved
A curry dinner leads to soul searching on how much to stock when we go cruising. [More] Quantity Conundrum, Resolved
Self-Sufficient Galley is HERE!
Food buying, storing, and cooking? No problem! This course will help you tackle it all with ease! [More] Self-Sufficient Galley is HERE!