Delicious spicy rub for pork chops, tenderloin or roast that’s also diabetic-friendly, keto, LCHF, gluten-free and dairy free. Best part: no one will guess it ticks all those boxes, they’ll just love it! [More] Spicy Pork Rub – Keto, LCHF and Gluten-Free
Space is limited in the galley, so you can't have every spice you might want.
How to decide which ones you need, how to make your own mixes and how to store and use them.
How do you keep from realizing that you’re almost out of something and buying a spare . . . several times over? [More] Too Many Spares on Hand?
By removing spices from their bottles, you can get far more into the same space. Here’s a system for nicely organizing them. [More] Bag Your Spices
When you want just a drop or two of a flavor, why not literally use a dropper? [More] Got a Dropper Bottle?
Want a really flavorful sauce that’s not really hot — and doesn’t have that harsh pepper taste? Try Pickapeppa — it’s not your usual hot sauce! [More] Do You Want a Not-So-Hot Hot Sauce?
Should you buy big or little spice containers for the boat? How to decide what size container is best for each of your spices. [More] Big or Little Spice Containers?
The absolute easiest way to store fresh ginger . . . discovered by accident! [More] Storing Fresh Ginger
How to have a salad garden on a boat if you’re a liveaboard. What type of container and soil and where to put them at anchor or dock and underway. Fresh greens without refrigeration worries! [More] A Garden on a Boat
Hungry for fresh salad greens on the boat? But know that they won’t stay fresh for long? Here’s how to grow your own! [More] Fresh From the Garden on a Boat
Two tips to keep spices flowing freely — don’t throw spices away because they’ve turned rock hard! [More] Stop Spices from Clumping