What do you do when you’re on your houseboat starving, and cooking doesn’t sound fun at all, especially in the heat of the summer? Plus, you have no idea what to make and nothing sounds good? Or maybe you’re cooking for two people and don’t want to have leftovers. How nice would it be to have a whole cookbook full or recipes that are strictly simple and made for cooking onboard?
Author’s Carolyn Shearlock and Jan Irons thought the same thing. When they began cruising with their husbands years ago, they discovered that cooking on the boat is very different from cooking ashore; the space is smaller, there’s no grocery store five minutes away, you have fewer prepared foods and electric appliances, and food storage is not always possible.
The Boat Galley Cookbook is available in over 90 countries worldwide in print form and electronic editions. (Kindle, Nook, iTunes and more). With 800 recipes, some of which are just for two people, you are bound to find something you will love.
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