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For the Hungry Crew

Here is another recipe from our friend Carolyn at TheBoatGalley.com… I learned this trick for making oatmeal on a college backpacking trip, where we literally had to carry all the stove fuel on our backs. Believe me, we didn’t want … Continue reading

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Here’s a hearty dish to make at anchor after a long day on the water… Pumpkin Quiche a la Sue 1st batch ingredients 1 cup Bisquick 3 cups peeled and shredded pumpkin (see note on bottom of page) 1 small … Continue reading

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Have left over tortillas? Turn them into dessert. Baked Cinnamon Chips Ingredients: Cooking spray 4 Flour tortillas 1 Tablespoon ground cinnamon 1/4 cup sugar 1.Preheat oven to 400 F.  Coat a cookie sheet with cooking spray. 2. Cut each tortilla … Continue reading

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Kale, White Bean and Potato Stew INGREDIENTS: 2 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling 1 onion, diced 1 stalk celery, sliced 1 carrot, peeled and diced 8 ounces Yukon Gold potatoes, scrubbed and cut into 1-inch pieces Coarse … Continue reading

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Chinese Chicken with Noodles (serves 2-3) 4-6 chicken drumsticks 1/2 – 1 box UHT tofu cut in cubes (optional) 8 oz fresh or canned mushrooms 1 chopped onion 2 pieces chopped spring onion 2 chopped carrots 1 bowl spinach 5 … Continue reading

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What to do with all of that leftover eggnog? Try adding a little Sailor Jerry… The Sailor’s Eggnog 1 generous shot of Sailor Jerry spiced rum 1 cup of your favorite eggnog A splash of cream and a dash of … Continue reading

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Buffalo Chicken Chili While some of the ingredients in this recipe may be slightly out of reach in a far flung anchorage, it is simple to put together and makes for a delicious meal aboard on a cold night. Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Cuppa Good Cheer Who wouldn’t love a cuppa good cheer during the holidays! Whether you anticipate a white Christmas or a California endless summer, we all get cozy with loved ones and a cup of warm hot cocoa at least … Continue reading

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Here’s a surefire holiday dessert recipe from our friend Carolyn and TheBoatGalley.com Gingerbread Pan Man While gingerbread men are traditional at Christmas, they can be really hard to make on a boat — it’s hard to roll out the dough … Continue reading

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German Sausage and Cabbage Supper This is a simple but tasty dinner. The pre-packaged cooked sausages are easy to store in any boat refrigerator or cooler. Onions & potatoes can easily be stored in a cupboard and cabbage holds well in the … Continue reading

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Here’s a tasty holiday recipe from our friend Carolyn Shearlock at TheBoatGalley.com. ‘Tis the Season I’ve always liked pumpkin pie, but it just seemed like too much of a hassle on the boat — having to make a crust and … Continue reading

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They say cabbage is great aboard a boat. Supposedly, it lasts forever. I bought one in Martha’s Vineyard before leaving on a trip down the East Coast and eventually to the Bahamas. Cabbage is something I never really knew what … Continue reading

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Here’s another delicous recipe from our friend Carolyn at TheBoatGalley.com Chocolate Delight I’ll admit it, I’m a chocoholic.  You too?  The problem is that so many chocolate treats are hard to make on a boat – either the ingredients are … Continue reading

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We made these onboard last week and not only were they perfect for the season, but really tasty, too! Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Squares Yield: 24 bars Cook Time: 35-40 minutes Ingredients: 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon pumpkin-pie spice 1 teaspoon baking … Continue reading

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This sounds perfect after a cool fall sail… Ultimate Irish Coffee Ingredients: 2 ounces Baileys® Original Irish Cream 6 oz. hot coffee 1 fl oz Bushmills® Irish Whiskey Directions:

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Mexican Layered Dip By Carolyn Shearlock Mexican Layered Dip has been a favorite since I first had it. Not only does it taste great, but there are variations for almost any situation. I can make a hearty version with meat if … Continue reading

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Whole Roast Chicken Thinking of spending holidays on the boat, but wondering how you’ll fit the traditional turkey in the smaller boat oven?  A whole roast chicken is a worthy substitute, puts the same great smell in the air, and … Continue reading

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Who can go to the US Sailboat Show in Annapolis and not have one of these? WORLD FAMOUS PUSSER’S PAINKILLER® The infamous drink known throughout the Caribbean. A delightful blend of Pusser’s Rum, pineapple juice, orange juice and cream of … Continue reading

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English Muffin Bread Delicious homemade bread with no kneading and ready in just an hour and a half? Sign us up! Even better, it tastes just like English muffins but is so much easier to make. Total time: 1 1/2 hours … Continue reading

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The Lola 2 parts Sailor Jerry Rum 1 part sweet vermouth 2 dashes Angostura bitters Fill with cherry cola Add all ingredients to an ice-filled highball and garnish with an orange wedge. Courtesy of www.sailorjerry.com

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