Planning a boat trip? Maybe cruising for a few months? Captain Alyse Caldwell will share ideas, shortcuts and hints that will make your time in the galley another fun adventure. All of our galley recipes are easy to make and can work perfectly in the small confines of a one burner stove or toaster oven and one small square foot of counter space….as well as in the spacious galley of a large trawler. When cooking aboard in your own galley get creative and keep your sense of humor. With the right attitude everything tastes better on a boat. Sometimes you want to make a great impression. You know, WOW ’em!! It’s really not so hard to do. Like everything else in life, start with the right tool for the right job and remember: You are living the dream.
Don’t be a slave to your galley. Captain Alyse puts on her chef hat and shares what works in the galley of her 44 foot trawler, Sandy Hook. In addition to some realistic menus with delicious, easy-to-find ingredients, Alyse will offer many simple techniques that will put your mind at ease.
Schedule us for your next Club Meeting or Rendezvous OR we can arrange a custom seminar just for you. Come meet us at one of the many upcoming boating events.
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All my galley recipes are easy to make and work perfectly in the small confines of a one burner stove or toaster oven and one small square foot of counterspace. Well, here are some ideas, shortcuts and hints that will make your time in the galley another fun adventure. Try some of my easy, easy- did I mention EASY?- recipes and let me know how they work for you. If you have other boat-tested meals you’d like to share send me an email!