46 year old newspaper deputy editor whose sense of adventure has forced her to accept the challenge of cooking on the 26 meter Hans Hansson during a six week voyage into Antarctica - gauranteed rough seas for a fair amount of the voyage.
Never been to sea for any length of time before so am in search of not only my sea legs, but also tips and recipes for keeping up to 14 people fed for several weeks!
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Hi Sharon, I am a chef cook in restaurant but never cook as well on a ship and i hope to go on sea one day to see what i can do on a boat with what's in the fridg. Is that mean create new dish every day?????
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