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Saturday, July 21, 2012

Hello Boaters, For many of us grilling dockside can be a very enjoyable event, if you have the time, BBQ ribs are always among the favorites, but may take hours to cook dockside or on a small portable grill. Here is a solution to great ribs that are simple, easy and delicious on any type of grill. First of all I always try to use

by: Mark & Debbie Hagendorff

tags: Recipes

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Hello, Boaters! I know some of you enjoy cooking at home and aboard. If you are like me, I enjoy cooking but I hate doing the dishes, especially on the boat. So with that in mind, I thought I would give you a recipe that is really easy to do on the boat, especially if you’re on the hook in a smaller boat with kids where clean

by: Mark Hagendorff

tags: Recipes

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Hello Boaters! With all of this early warm weather many of us are already working on our boats and we should have an early launch. As we head to the boat with supplies in hand be sure to have a good breakfast so you have the energy to get the job done. Speaking of breakfast as it is the most important meal of the day, it is also the

by: Mark & Debbie Hagendorff

tags: Recipes

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Hello Mates! For the most part we’ve been pretty lucky this winter with the warm weather, and with any luck we’ll be boating a little sooner this year. Speaking of luck, it was St. Patty's Day last month, and with that came green beer, Irish whiskey, and of course Corned Beef and Cabbage. As I was growing up Corned Beef

by: Mark & Debbie Hagendorff

tags: Recipes

Monday, October 24, 2011

NEWARK, DELAWARE – Cooking Aboard a Small Boat by Paul Esterle is dedicated to helping the owners of small boats dine as well as those with full-fledged galleys. Mr. Esterle has condensed almost a quarter century of cooking aboard small boats into a manual for dining well aboard a smaller boat. Small boats have either

by: Capt'n Pauley (Paul Esterle), Freelance Boating Wr

tags: Books & Charts, Recipes

Monday, October 17, 2011

This yummy compliment to any meal is super boat-friendly. Most of the ingredients are non-perishable and can be kept on board for long periods of time before preparing. Store prepared salad in Ziploc ® bags to help maximize use of refrigerator space (freezer type with double zip is preferred to assure no leaking).

by: Amy Malow, Jefferson Beach Yacht Sales

tags: Recipes

Monday, August 22, 2011

Ahoy, Mates! How is your boating season going so far? Ours has been wonderful. The weather at the Buffalo end of Lake Erie has been almost perfect! Great lake conditions, plenty of warm temps and sun, and lots of good eats! So many of those! My husband’s shorts are getting tight! …Ok, it’s really mine getting

by: Galley Girl Sue

tags: Recipes

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Ahoy Galley Gourmets! Summer is here and it is time to kick up a wake of fun, family and friends on our fantastic Great Lakes! We are working hard here at our end of Lake Erie to do just that – making memories and friends that will last a lifetime. We started our season out with a Great Lakes wedding! Our C-Dock mate’s

by: Galley Girl Sue

tags: Recipes

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Great boating and scrumptious eats is our theme for this summer! My hope is that we squeeze every drop of fun out of this season. Pushing those throttles full out! Are you ready?! Let's do it! Now that we've waxed our hulls, buffed our brass and tweaked the props — we can stock the galley with every good thing to wow the gang.

by: Galley Girl Sue

tags: Recipes

Friday, June 10, 2011

Like to eat on your boat? Sure, we all do. It just adds to the fun! What's better than eating dinner and watching the sun set over the water — or an early morning, watching the birds with a cup of coffee in hand? But turning these visions into reality involves overcoming some challenges in cooking aboard. There's less space for

by: The Boat Galley

tags: Recipes

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