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Since I’ve been posting these recipe round-ups it’s been fun watching the patterns of the most popular searches and boy oh boy you guys have been grilling and from what I can tell camping/RV’ing/boating up a storm. It’s all about the barbecue and Omnia cooking this month. Not to exclude you who are without the little stove-top miracle of an oven because you know I will always give you options for conventional land-based ovens but it’s obvious by the number of searches that my Galley Peeps are outdoors and on the move.
Top of your search list this month were these super easy foil packets. No mess in the galley and no grill clean-up with these tasty individually prepared dinners. Although it’s just the two of us I quite often will prepare four (let’s hear it for leftover’s) but why not invite your neighbours to join you? Add a little wine, some frosty brews and you have a back yard/back of the boat/picnic in the park in the making.
This next one is great for those on the go kind of days. A couple of tins of salmon don’t take up any space at all and make an easy salmon loaf on a lazy rainy day. A great recipe to keep in your back pocket when the pantry is (almost) empty.
A light breakfast on the go with a little hunk of cheese. Perfect to have on hand with a cup of afternoon tea. Or try them gently warmed, split in two and topped with a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream or freshly whipped cream for an impromptu dessert.
Fourth in line to the June recipe throne is one of Captain Francois’ creations. Juicy zucchini, perfectly cooked tiny potatoes topped with spicy grilled shrimp. Dinner doesn’t get any easier than this.
Not a meat eater? Want to fool your meat eating guests? This one’s for you. And it makes enough for four generous servings.
And your sixth and final pick-of-the-month. I love these burgers. Juicy, perfectly cooked patties, melty cheese filling and dressed as you wish. Flip! Flop! Done!
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