The Boat Galley Cookbook 800 Everyday Recipes and Essential Tips for Cooking Aboard 800 Everyday Recipes and Essential Tips for Cooking Aboard

The Boat Galley Cookbook  800 Everyday Recipes and Essential Tips for Cooking Aboard   800 Everyday Recipes and Essential Tips for Cooking Aboard Author Carolyn Shearlock
ISBN-10 9780071782364
Year 2012-09-14
Pages 464
Language en
Publisher McGraw Hill Professional

No matter what anyone tells you, boat cooking IS different from cooking ashore. The space is smaller, there’s no grocery store 5 minutes away, you have fewer prepared foods and electric appliances, and food storage is much different. Despite cruising different oceans, we—Jan and Carolyn--both faced the same challenges: eating well while having time to enjoy all the other great aspects of cruising. We love to snorkel, swim, kayak, explore—and just sit and admire the view. We learned with the cookbooks we both had aboard, and wished for information that wasn't available--like when Jan ended up with a frozen chicken complete with head and feet and no instructions on how to cut it up. When we couldn't get foods such as sour cream, English muffins, spaghetti sauce or yogurt, we adapted recipes to make our own. Other times, we experimented with substituting ingredients--maybe the result wasn’t identical, but it was still tasty. We ended up with over 150 substitutions and dozens of “make it yourself” options. As we traded recipes and knowledge with each other, we realized we were compiling information that became The Boat Galley Cookbook: 800+ recipes made from readily-obtainable ingredients with hand utensils, including numerous choices to suit every taste: not just one cake but 20, 16 ways to prepare fish, 10 regional barbeque sauces, and so on. Step-by-step directions to give even “non-cooks” the confidence they can turn out tasty meals without prepared foods. Detailed instructions on unfamiliar things like making yogurt and bread, grilling virtually every food imaginable, preparing and cooking freshly-caught fish and seafood, cutting up and boning meat, cooking in a Thermos and baking on the stove top, as well as lots of tips on how to do things more easily in a tiny, moving kitchen. All this in an easy-to-navigate format including side tabs on the Contents to help you find your way and extensive cross reference lists at the end of each chapter. Quick Reference Lists provide idea starters: suggestions of included recipes for such categories as Mexican, Asian, and Potluck. The Boat Galley Cookbook is designed to help you every step of the way. We hope it becomes a trusted reference on your boat, and a source of many enjoyable meals.

The Boat Cookbook

The Boat Cookbook Author Fiona Sims
ISBN-10 9781408192016
Year 2014-04-10
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher A&C Black

For anyone with a tiny galley kitchen and an appetite for fresh, gorgeous food, there's good news: no more tins or bland leftovers aboard. These fabulous and easy recipes (all using no more than two pots and taking no longer than 30 minutes) will allow you to spoil yourself in harbour, keep things simple at sea, and make delicious meals and tasty snacks in advance. Featuring baked eggs with salmon, chorizo and chestnut sausage rolls, spicy lamb burgers with tzatziki, herb-stuffed trout, salted caramel and banana crunch, chocolate fruitcake and an amazing rum punch, this is seriously tasty food that's genuinely easy to make. As well as the author's recipes, there are contributions from top chefs (Chris Galvin, Angela Hartnett, Kevin Mangeolles and Ed Wilson) and sailing legends (Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Brian Thompson and Dee Caffari). There are handy tips on setting up the galley, an idiot's guide to filleting fish, and how to host the perfect beach barbecue, all illustrated with tempting colour photographs and beautiful hand-drawn illustrations. 'There really is something for everyone to try, and enough scope for you to really spoil yourself and your crew the next time you are on board. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I intend to - happy cooking!' Chris Galvin, sailor and Michelin-starred chef

Cruising Cuisine Fresh Food from the Galley

Cruising Cuisine  Fresh Food from the Galley Author Kay Pastorius
ISBN-10 0070487030
Year 1997-09-22
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher McGraw Hill Professional

Everything you need to know to create and enjoy fresh flavourful and healthful cuisine aboard, with more than 450 time-tested, palate-pleasing recipes.

Galley Guru

Galley Guru Author Lisa Hayden-Miller
ISBN-10 093983779X
Year 2008
Pages 316
Language en
Publisher Paradise Cay Publications

For the cook who sails and the sailor who cooks, the Galley Guru is a connoisseur's guide to simple ways to keep your grip in the galley. Prepare, preserve, and present, from a tiny space, real food that would not be ashamed to have come from a gourmet kitchen many times the size. Great cooking takes to the water as Lisa Hayden-Miller, the Galley Guru, presents fare with a flair. From survival food to gourmet feast, all 120 recipes are tagged with appropriate sailing conditions, from anchorage to heavy seas. Galley Guru will tempt even the landlubber, for in this 327-page quality paperback, Lisa makes the exotic accessible and the simple, simply wonderful.

Cruisers Handbook of Fishing 2 E EBOOK

Cruisers Handbook of Fishing 2 E  EBOOK Author Scott Bannerot
ISBN-10 0071427880
Year 2003-09-16
Pages 432
Language en
Publisher McGraw Hill Professional

"The definitive book." -Cruising World "Every culture has its bible, and until now, there wasn't one for the voyager with a passion for catching fish." --Ocean Navigator Here is the first-ever complete guide to finding, catching, processing, and cooking fish from the decks of a slow-moving cruising sail- or powerboat. Scott and Wendy Bannerot have successfully cruise-fished tropical and temperate seas for more than two decades.

Sail Away

Sail Away Author Paul Shard
ISBN-10 1896575005
Year 1996
Pages 249
Language en
Publisher Mississauga, Ont. : Pelagic Press

SAIL AWAY! is a guide to preparing for a long-distance sailboat voyage. Written by veteran cruisers Paul and Sheryl Shard, this in-depth guide covers every aspect of cruise preparation, from how to choose a seaworthy boat to storing food for long periods at sea. Personal anecdotes combined with practical tips make for an informative, enjoyable read. This guide teaches anyone dreaming of sailing away to exotic ports how to prepare for the adventures that lie ahead.

No Baloney on My Boat

No Baloney on My Boat Author Marcelle Bienvenu
ISBN-10 0925417696
Year 2011
Pages 141
Language en
Publisher Acadian House Pub

"This little cookbook is chock full of recipes for tasty and nutritious foods that can be enjoyed in the great outdoors.. It's intended especially for fishers, hunters and campers who've been surviving on baloney sandwiches, sardines andVienna sausage for far too long. The recipes can be prepared before leaving home... or at the camp... or in the beachouse... or on the boat (if it is equipped for cooking)." --Cover, p. 4.

Boat Food

Boat Food Author Margaret Amoroso Blackwell
ISBN-10 1622954297
Year 2013-11-05
Pages 412
Language en
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises

Are you embarking on a boating excursion? Do you need meal ideas for your outing? The Outdoor Epicurean makes a splash with Boat Food: The Cookbook for Boaters. Boat Food provides a wide selection of meals and appetizers that can be prepared and transferred or completed on the boat. This wide selection of recipes, from Roasted Sweet Red Pepper Polenta Tarts to Spice Cake, will satisfy every hungry boater. Margaret Amoroso Blackwell offers a delicious assortment of meals to meet the occasion for every outing. This comprehensive collection of over 350 delicious recipes has been adapted to cook and enjoy with the water as the backdrop. Recipes have been developed for a small floating kitchen. Basic galley equipment and ingredients are all you will need to create exotic food with minimum fanfare. Boat Food: The Cookbook for Boaters infuses a relaxed philosophy that reaches from galley to the dining table or your lap for an informal, leisurely, or romantic escape.

Voyaging With Kids

Voyaging With Kids Author Behan Gifford
ISBN-10 9781929214334
Year 2015-09-18
Pages 336
Language en
Publisher Lin and Larry Pardey

“A treasure-trove of useful, well-organized information on sea-going parenting.” —Gary “Cap’n Fatty” Goodlander, Author of Buy, Outfit and Sail Choosing a boat that is right for your family; handling the naysayers; keeping your children safe, healthy and entertained afloat—this inspirational and comprehensive guide may be just what you need to turn your dream into a reality. The three authors, who have each voyaged thousands of miles with children on board, provide a factual and balanced look at the realities of family life on the sea. From their own experience and with information from interviews with dozens of other voyaging parents, they discuss caring for an infant on board, handling the changing needs of children as they grow, education options, ensuring parents find the private time to keep their relationships in tune, and helping children make the eventual transition back to shore life. Added to the authors’ voices are sidebars from other cruising parents with specialized information on subjects as diverse as handling special diets and how your children can keep in touch with friends around the world. A unique bonus chapter, written by a dozen former cruising kids, looks at the long-term effects of breaking away from shoreside normalcy. A substantial appendix of resources provides valuable further information on the subjects covered in this book. It is said that every parent inflicts their lifestyle choices on their children. Read this book to find why heading out to sea with your children may be the most rewarding infliction of all.

Feasts Afloat

Feasts Afloat Author Jennifer Trainer Thompson
ISBN-10 1580081797
Year 1990
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher Springer Science & Business

This practical and inspiring guide to on-board cuisine aims to help water-bound chefs to prepare mouth-watering meals with a minimum of effort - matter how small the kitchen. Pack a picnic for two, plan a New England-style clambake on the beach, or serve hors d'oeuvres in the harbor for your crew. You'll find crowd-pleasing recipes to use long after the dinghy's been stored for the winter. Feasts Afloat also contains detailed advice on how best to buy and store provisions for trips around the point or around the world.

Changing Course

Changing Course Author Debra Cantrell
ISBN-10 0071427899
Year 2003-09-02
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher McGraw Hill Professional

"[A] well-researched, gracious and truthful account." --Georgian Bay Today When her husband proposed living on a boat full-time, Debra Cantrell wondered what other women in her position had done and began a five-year study to find out what choices they had made and how it had all worked out. The result is Changing Course, a guidebook for navigating this odyssey. No matter what the outcome, each woman was strengthened by the experience. In an era when "downshifting" is common and people are considering the benefits of simplified living, Changing Course is both timely and practical.

Chapman Piloting Seamanship

Chapman Piloting   Seamanship Author Charles B. Husick
ISBN-10 1588167445
Year 2009
Pages 927
Language en
Publisher Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

Surveys the latest developments in safety systems, marine electronics, radar, and communications, and includes information on tides, and currents, weather, and navigation.

Dangerous Marine Animals

Dangerous Marine Animals Author Bruce W. Halstead
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822033846676
Year 1995
Pages 275
Language en
Publisher Cornell Maritime Pr/Tidewater Pub

What would you do if faced with a school of sharks in a feeding frenzy? Find out in this book, unquestionably the most authoritative compact guide to the world of underwater animals that are poisonous, venomous, and electric. It is an excellent practical handbook for sailors, marine biologists, ecologists, naturalists, physicians, students, and scuba divers -- in short, anyone interested in the denizens of shallow marine waters and the deep. This new edition describes and fully illustrates these dangerous marine animals, their noxious effects, treatment of ailments resulting from them, and, most importantly, how to avoid mishaps. Over two hundred illustrations, including many colour photographs new to this edition, show the animals in their true forms and in their natural habitats. This is the culmination of over forty years of intensive research by Dr Bruce Halstead, a renowned marine biologist/toxicologist, who has travelled and studied marine creatures in over 150 countries.

The Marlinspike Sailor

The Marlinspike Sailor Author Hervey Garrett Smith
Year 2015-09-30
Language en
Publisher Ravenio Books

This classic is organized as follows: Making Rope Behave Knot, Bend or Hitch? Anyone Can Splice The Short Splice The Long Splice The Stowage of Rope How to Lay Up a Grommet Whippings The Heaving Line Some Notes on Seizing Worming, Parceling and Serving The Running Turk’s Head The Star Knot The Tack Knot The Lanyard Knot Matthew Walker’s Knot A Simple Rope Mat Ladder Mat and Block Mat A Russian or Walled Mat A Sword Mat A Rope Ladder with a New Twist Plaited Sennits Crown Sennits Rope Handles Coach whipping Grafting, Pointing and Hitching Cockscombing The Sea Chest Deadeyes and Lanyards Decorative Wall Bag Tom Crosby’s Ditty Sox The Rigger’s Little Helper Wooden Bilge Pumps Palm and Needle Practice The Ditty-Bag The Sea Bag The Bell Rope Wooden Cleats Rope Fenders Stropped Blocks Canvas Deck Bucket Rigging a Jackline Sail Stop Bag Some Notes on the Use of “Taykles” A Lanyard for a Cannon The Catboat Race Making a Mast Boot The Water Jug Registration Numbers Art and Yacht Design Synthetic Fibers and Their Characteristics

Against Expression

Against Expression Author Craig Dworkin
ISBN-10 9780810127111
Year 2011-01-17
Pages 593
Language en
Publisher Northwestern University Press

Charles Bernstein has described conceptual "poetry pregnant with thought." Against Expression, the premier anthology of conceptual writing, presents work that is by turns thoughtful, funny, provocative, and disturbing. Editors Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith chart the trajectory of the conceptual aesthetic from early precursors such s Samuel Beckett and Marcel Duchamp through major avant-garde groups of the past century, including Dada, Oulipo, Fluxus, and language poetry, to name just a few. The works of more than a hundred writers from Aasprong to Zykov demonstrate a remarkable variety of new ways of thinking about the nature of texts, information, and art, using found, appropriated, and randomly generated texts to explore the possibilities of non-expressive language.