Staying organized onboard can be a challenge. But here’s a nifty App that helps you keep track–of provisions, boat parts, projects, and more. [More] Organize Your Boat Lists with AnyList App
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 two boats.
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
Boxed milk does not need to be refrigerated until it is opened and can be stored three to six months with no special treatment. [More] Boxed Milk
Some coronavirus questions are a good start to cruising questions, particularly around provisioning. [More] Preparation is Preparation
Going shopping once every 6 weeks is a bit like stocking up for a passage. [More] April Shopping Brings May Yummies
You see a simple can; I see a cookbook of possibilities. Learn some of my favorite ways to use canned tomatoes. [More] Inspired by Tomatoes
Stocking up with food can be expensive. Don’t be tempted to only buy in bulk. [More] Provisioning Lesson
If you don’t have a refrigerator or don’t have space in it, one simple rule lets you keep open mayonnaise in the cupboard. [More] Do You Need to Refrigerate Mayonnaise?
What I do and don’t like about cooking with dehydrated meats and veggies after four months of doing so — plus tips for better results! [More] Using Dehydrated Food
When you stock up on provisions and spare parts, it’s easy to lose things in every corner of the boat. Learn how to keep from overdoing it. [More] Are You Over-Provisioning Your Boat?