Chefs at Sea

While you may not be considered a chef in your kitchen, at sea in your galley you are. Join this group and share your stories and recipes from the galley!

Members: 108
Latest Activity: Mar 22

Discussion Forum

Pressure Cooking Aboard

Started by Robbie Johnson. Last reply by Michael Teaford Mar 27, 2013. 23 Replies

How about exploring the many aspects of pressure cooking on a sailboat, everything from the practical and safety considerations, to the tremendous variety and flexibilty that a pressure cooker brings…Continue

Necessary Stuff

Started by Dave Skolnick. Last reply by David Marcussen Jan 1, 2013. 32 Replies

What do you carry aboard that is critical to your cooking?

Favorite Recipes

Started by Andrea. Last reply by zeehag Jun 26, 2012. 46 Replies

What are your favorite galley recipes? The ones that are easy enough for the small quarters on the boat but delicious enough to be your favorite?

Tags: recipe, cooking, favorite, galley

Simple Native Dishes for Sailors

Started by Robbie Johnson. Last reply by Peter Kafer Mar 13, 2011. 3 Replies

Island dwelling natives have limited food resources for their cooking, and they don't have a lot of money to spend. Ocean-going sailors have a lot in common. Our galleys are small, most of us don't…Continue

Tags: cooking, Caribbean, cookery, Island

Canned Food - Good Finds

Started by Andrea. Last reply by Lorraine Dolsen Aug 22, 2010. 24 Replies

I would love to have a good stock of food on my boat for that unexpected weekend trip. I have read that you can do a lot with canned foods. I am not familiar with using canned food besides beans and…Continue

Tags: Canned Food


Started by D Wogaman Jul 25, 2010. 0 Replies

I would love some help.  I have entered a drink recipe on the and would love to have some help by having people vote…Continue

Tags: contest, drinks, RUM

Cooking with Clean Sea water

Started by Suky. Last reply by Suky Cannon May 21, 2010. 3 Replies

I googled this topic. I like the idea of supplementing the cooking water supply with sea water when in clean waters. Whenever we do clam bakes at the beach, we use seawater but I'd never thought of…Continue

Tags: cooking, water, sea

Funny or Interesting Stories from the Galley

Started by Andrea. Last reply by D Wogaman Feb 15, 2010. 8 Replies

What has happened in the galley that was so funny or outlandish that you have to share the story?

simple bread

Started by Jack & Sue (s/v Giggling Dolphins). Last reply by zeehag Mar 22, 2009. 4 Replies

Hi, looking for a simple white bread, thanks :)

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Comment by Lorraine Dolsen on May 22, 2010 at 7:46am
Looks good - going to share the recipe?
Comment by Lorraine Dolsen on May 22, 2010 at 7:44am
So it looks to me that the fish isn't cooked??? or did I miss something?
Comment by Suky Cannon on May 21, 2010 at 8:34pm
is there a brand of canned coconut milk you like... I tried Trader Joe's but not so available.....anyone else...
Comment by Suky Cannon on May 21, 2010 at 8:33pm
Anne.. can't wait to try these.. sounds yummy...
Comment by zeehag on May 15, 2010 at 7:57pm
those look gooooooooooooooooooood...yummmmm
Comment by Liv on May 15, 2010 at 7:27pm
Didn't know you had it in you, Dancer,the cooking I'm talking about.
Comment by LOLA on May 15, 2010 at 7:03pm
Did you really cook this Louis? Looks GREAT
Comment by ___/)ances With Sails on May 15, 2010 at 5:58pm
took a moment today to play with my food,,,was a lil work but worth it.

thanks barry for th idea.


Comment by Marcello on November 30, 2009 at 12:26pm
I'm here to share italian recipes to cook on board. And of course: I'm italian.
Comment by Dave Skolnick on January 8, 2009 at 9:12pm
Don't scare him away 'bella!

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John commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
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LHOgden commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
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John commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"Thanks Lynn, My Oday is an '84 Oday 30.  It does have one or two white caps on the cabin overhead, but it also has an interior handrail that is mounted on black rubber blocks.  I removed a bung from one of the interior handrails and…"
LHOgden commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"John, It depends.  What model O'Day are we speaking about?  Who put the rails on in the first place?  Are there white caps about 3/4 of an inch on the cabin overhead under where the handrails are?  If yes, the rails are…"
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John commented on SeaKnots's group O'Day Corner
"Has anyone ever removed your handrails for resealing?  I have a leak and I'm not sure if I need to remove them from the topside or from below in the salon. "
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John posted a discussion

Resealing handrails on Oday 30

I'm going to attempt to reseal my handrails on our 84' Oday 30.  I noticed there are screw holes (teak plugs) both on the topside and down in the salon.  Does anyone know if both screws need to be removed to reseal or just the topside screw?See More
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Luis Vieira de Sá replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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