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ONE BOWL CARROT PINEAPPLE CAKE

Good day to you, my galley friends. I’m back to offer you a little sweet treat this week.  I can’t stress enough now easy this recipe is…and moist…and super delicious. It has just the right amount of sweetness so doesn’t really require any toppings, although I did enjoy it with a little dollop of coconut cream. Usually a cake of this size I would portion […]

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WHITE CLAM PIZZA

I know what some of you may be thinking…clam pizza???…Well, I have to tell you, unless you have tried it, you have no idea just what you are missing With visitors from away, we are always looking for new places to visit.  Like playing tourist in our own back yard.  A wine tour was on this day’s outing and after some most enjoyable tasting at […]

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LISA’S ASIAN STYLE CABBAGE ROLLS

Cabbage Rolls are one of those meals that screams comfort.  Maybe it’s because it brings back memories of my Mom’s version with it’s rich tomato sauce, tender cabbage and savoury meat filling.  I don’t make them often…well, hardly ever…and have never tried them while in my tiny boat galley because it always seemed like so much work. When going through some Friend’s Faves submission, I […]

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CLAFOUTIS

Good day Galley friends. I’ve been working on some easy fall-type recipes for you, now that the weather has a slight chill in the air.  We survived hurricane Fiona which for us, here on the south shore Nova Scotia, was just no power and no internet.  The other regions of Atlantic Canada sadly were much harder hit.  I used the down time to plan for […]

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COLD NOODLE VEGGIE BOWL

Keeping along the vein of easy camping meals, I created this next recipe with minimal prep in mind. It’s packed full of veggies and fresh herbs, with no fuss rice noodles, a final addition of Asian inspired vinaigrette and sprinkling of crushed peanuts. I mixed the vinaigrette in a small jar, chopped most of the veggies in advance, and even cooked the noodles, drained and […]

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BAKED PANCAKES

Greetings to you my Galley friends.  I was craving something other than a bowl of cereal for breakfast but didn’t want to heat up my land galley.  Out came my trusty Omnia stove top oven.  A bowl of traditional pancake batter came together easily and I had the remains of fresh blueberries my daughter and her two monkeys brought me from a berry picking adventure […]

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ZUCCHINI BREAD

We have an over-abundance of zucchini in our garden.  As usual we seriously under-estimated production.  There are only three plants this year but they are producing like rabbits.  I shouldn’t complain though because zucchini is one of those veggies that can be used in so many ways.  Slice, dice, shred and spiral them for casseroles, salads, baked goods. The recipe I have for you today […]

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ROAD TRIP GRANOLA BARS

We’re road-tripping this week so I thought you might like me to share my favourite travelling snack.  In the past, I used to pack far too much food. Sandwiches, veggies and dips, cookies, juice and water, little tubs of yogurt…and by the end of the trip we would still have things left over. I’m gaining a little wisdom in my old-ish age and now I […]

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SIMPLE NO COOK PIZZA SAUCE

Hello to you my galley friends.  I’ve been pantry diving again and today I have an easy one for you.  And no cooking involved.  One can of tomato paste, a can opener, mixing spoon and bowl and seasonings are all you need and you have the perfectly simple sauce for your next pizza craving. It makes two cups…enough for two generous tablespoons worth per pizza…freezes […]

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EASY SUMMERY LAMB BOWLS

Good day to you my galley friends.  Following a recent guest from away visit, I have a very tasty meal for you.  Full of Greek-inspired flavours, super easy to throw together, it was the perfect hot summer time dish to offer our friends. Couscous is handy to have on hand because all it needs is boiling water or broth, five minutes of wait time, some […]

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