Cruising Chef Cookbook

Author: Michael Greenwald

Publisher: Paradise Cay Publications

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 300

View: 673

The Cruising Chef Cookbook is the bestselling, most extensive sailors' cookbook ever written. Twenty-two years in print and ten reprints make it clear that sailors consider it essential equipment.The new Cruising Chef is actually a book of nautical wisdom in the guise of a cookbook. It contains hundreds of tips plus more than 300 delicious recipes. Includes an extensive discussion of preparing for a voyage and resupplying in native markets.Special Cooking Techniques describes pressure cooking, stir frying and grilling, particularly useful techniques for the galley chef. Greenwald's salty humor is found throughout the book. His vignette, Planning for the Big Eater is a delight. Fishing is a sidesplitting description of his idea of sport fishing.

The Cruising Chef Cookbook

Author: Michael Greenwald

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 420

View: 624

The Cruising Chef Cookbook is the bestselling, most extensive sailors' cookbook ever written. Twenty-two years in print and ten reprints make it clear that sailors consider it essential equipment.The new Cruising Chef is actually a book of nautical wisdom in the guise of a cookbook. It contains hundreds of tips plus more than 300 delicious recipes. Includes an extensive discussion of preparing for a voyage and resupplying in native markets."Special Cooking Techniques" describes pressure cooking, stir frying and grilling, particularly useful techniques for the galley chef. Greenwald's salty humor is found throughout the book. His vignette, "Planning for the Big Eater" is a delight. "Fishing" is a sidesplitting description of his idea of sport fishing.

Building Model Ships from Scratch

Author: Michael R. Greenwald

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Ship models

Page: 377

View: 263

The Cruising Chef Cookbook is the bestselling, most extensive sailors' cookbook ever written. Twenty-two years in print and ten reprints make it clear that sailors consider it essential equipment. The new Cruising Chef is actually a book of nautical wisdom in the guise of a cookbook. It contains hundreds of tips plus more than 300 delicious recipes. Includes an extensive discussion of preparing for a voyage and resupplying in native markets. "Special Cooking Techniques" describes pressure cooking, stir frying and grilling, particularly useful techniques for the galley chef. Greenwald's salty humor is found throughout the book. His vignette, "Planning for the Big Eater" is a delight. "Fishing" is a side-splitting description of his idea of sport fishing. Other short stories include: "Tap Dance on the Lifelines", a discussion about the meaning of fear which concludes that "courage is part of the ship's equipment, like the lifelines..". "The Great Polvoronis Smuggle" is a smugglers tale - about running Christmas cookies into Gibraltar! If ever a cookbook was a pageturner, it's The Cruising Chef!

Southwinds Gourmet

Easy Recipes from a Cruising Cook

Author: Susan Garrett Mason

Publisher: Bristol Fashion Publications

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 178

View: 758

Not just another cruising cookbook, Southwinds Gourmet: Easy Recipes from a Cruising Cook is a highly entertaining collection of stories and recipes. Written by Susan Garrett Mason, the book is not a matter-of-fact listing of recipes in a bland, here-they-are style. Instead, the book imaginatively explains the history of many foods, along with stories of how the author became acquainted with the recipes. The stories are every bit as enjoyable to read as the food is to eat. Susan started preparing these delightful meals while cruising with her husband aboard their boat in Florida and the Caribbean. She refined the recipes to accommodate the small galleys, tiny cooktops, and limited counter space of most boats. Sailors know there are many things to do while cruising other than spending time in the galley. Therefore, each recipe is easy to understand and quickly prepared using readily available ingredients. Southwinds Gourmet shows it does not take an experienced chef in a huge kitchen to prepare meals that are simply sublime. As a testament to the quality of the cookbook, all 100-plus recipes in the book originally appeared in Susan's long-running food column in Southwinds sailing magazine. A food column runs that long only if the stories and food are great. Even if you never intend to step foot on a boat, you can still enjoy this great cookbook and all the quick and easy recipes it contains.