How to prepare fast, simple, fabulous meals afloat
Now you can turn even a one-burner galley into a gourmet kitchen and enjoy hot, wholesome, delicious meals wherever your boat takes you. Want apple pancakes for breakfast? Quesadillas for lunch? Saucy chicken with noodles and green peppers for dinner? All you need is one pan, the right ingredients, and a little help from "The One Pan Galley Gourmet,"
This practical guide for the seagoing epicure has it all--one-pot simplicity, delicious recipes using fresh ingredients, and plenty of spice and personality. Special features include: 170 meat, fish, and vegetarian recipes Delicious, nutritious, satisfying dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert Menu plans for three-day and seven-day cruises Provisioning advice emphasizing fresh ingredients with selective canned substitutions Every recipe can be prepared in a single pot, pan, or small oven
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"The One-Pan Galley Gourmet" has it all: one-pan simplicity; delicious recipes using fresh ingredients; advice for provisioning anywhere in the world; and plenty of spice and personality. Special features include: 200 boat-tested meat, fish, and vegetarian recipes Soups, stews, breads, and desserts Menu plans for cruises of three-day, seven-day, and longer duration Provisioning advice emphasizing fresh ingredients with selective canned substitutions
About the Author :
Don Jacobson has contributed to The One- Pan Galley Gourmet the One- Pan Galley Gourmet: Simple Cooking on Boats Simple Cooking on Boats as an author.
Don Jacobson wrote this book after 30 years of hiking, spelunking, and trail cooking on solo trips, with friends and family, and as a Boy Scout leader. He has personally developed and tested every recipe in the book.
John Roberts has contributed to The One- Pan Galley Gourmet the One- Pan Galley Gourmet: Simple Cooking on Boats Simple Cooking on Boats as an author. John Roberts has been sailing and writing for 20 years. His articles have appeared in Yachting, SAIL, and Sailing World. He finished his 36-foot cruising sailboat Sea Sparrow from a bare hull with his wife, Susan, has sailed her to Maine, Bermuda, and Central and South America, covering more than 25,000 miles. His previous books are Fiberglass Boats: construction, Repair & Maintenance (Norton, 1984); Choosing Your Boat (Norton, 1986); The Boating Book (1991); and Why Didn't I Think of That? (International Marine, 1997).
|Title:||The One- Pan Galley Gourmet the One- Pan Galley Gourmet: Simple Cooking on Boats Simple Cooking on Boats||Publisher:||International Marine Publishing|
|Author:||Don Jacobson, John Roberts, Jacobson Don|
|No. of Pages:||192|
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