Does a thermal cooker have a place on your boat? It does if you want to save fuel, keep cool, and enjoy a hot meal with only a little effort. [More] 🎧Using a Thermal Cooker
Thermal cooking is a great way to use less fuel, keep cooking heat to a minimum and have time to do the other things you enjoy.
Learn more about "the cruiser's crock pot" in the articles below.
With a thermal cooker, start dinner when it’s convenient & transfer pans to the thermal cooker. Let it cook 4 to 8 hours while you do other things! [More] Thermal Cooker
A 2-cup (pint/half liter) thermos that retains heat for 10+ hours — perfect for cooking rice or beans and making yogurt! [More] The Perfect Small Thermos
A Thermos Nissan thermal cooker lets you cook while doing other things, similar to a crock pot. Also cut down on stove fuel and heat in the kitchen. [More] Thermos Nissan Thermal Cooker
Want to keep your coffee hot on a cold night? Some bottles will do it, others won’t. Here’s a comparison of different types of bottles and how they work. [More] What Makes A Good Thermos for Boat Use
My choices for the best Thermos bottles, ranging in size from 16 ounces (2 cups) to 61 ounces (almost a half gallon). I’m amazed at how well they keep food and drinks hot! [More] Best Thermos Bottles for Boat Life
11 keys for successful Thermos cooking plus 2 Thermos recipes – how to save energy and keep heat out of the kitchen [More] Thermos Cooking