Looking for some new recipes that you can actually make in your boat’s galley? Good food, but not gourmet? Ingredients you can actually find and store on your boat? Recipes that don’t require a bunch of electric appliances?
The Boat Galley Cookbook, due out in October, promises all that plus information on food storage, substitutions, outfitting your galley and more. Carolyn Shearlock and Jan Irons, the authors, are experienced cruisers with a combined 21,000 miles under the keel of their respective boats.
But here’s the neat part – you can have a sneak peek of it right now, for free. And it’s not some fluffy marketing piece, but recipes and information you can use right now — 33 boat-friendly recipes plus info on solving oven hot spots.
- Get your copy here: Sneak Peek Sampler of The Boat Galley Cookbook (33 recipes in a 28-pages PDF)
- Or if you’re on Facebook: Free Sample of The Boat Galley Cookbook
The complete book, at 464 pages, is billed as “the one comprehensive galley reference needed aboard every cruising boat — and equally useful for RVers and tent campers. It contains over 800 everyday recipes made from obtainable ingredients without electrical appliances, plus in-depth information on unfamiliar cooking techniques, food storage, substitutions and more.”
But don’t take their word for it – try The Boat Galley Cookbook sampler yourself!
- Learn more about the Boat Galley Cookbook (Boat Galley website)
- Watch this video to meet the two authors (Carolyn Shearlock and Jan Irons) and learn how the book came to be:
- The Boat Galley Facebook page
- The Boat Galley Cookbook: 800 Everyday Recipes and Essential Tips for Cooking Aboard will be published in October 2012 and is available for pre-order now on Amazon.com.
Read also on this website (posts by the book’s authors)
- Carolyn Shearlock: Everything I needed to know to go cruising …
- Jan Irons: Plan ahead to make lemonade from lemons