Browsed by
Category: Omnia Eggs

SPICY SALMON BREAKFAST MUFFINS

SPICY SALMON BREAKFAST MUFFINS

Handheld breakfasts are a real bonus for  busy folks.  Especially important for she who mans the galley but would rather be out sailing.  Healthy, make ahead, this next recipe is perfect for a tasty on-the-go meal. I make them in the evening, clean up all the cooking mess, stash them away in the refrigerator so all we have to think about in the morning is making that first cup of coffee before heading out. They were perfect added to a car…

Read More Read More

DIETARY REBOOT – Days 5 and 6

DIETARY REBOOT – Days 5 and 6

We just finished up the sixth day of  our Whole 30 Challenge and I’m starting to get a  little tired of eggs. I know they are an easy to use and inexpensive protein but really, how many ways can we eat these before we have had enough? This was our view this frosty morning and all I could think was wouldn’t a bowl of steamy steel-cut oatmeal with a little cream and brown sugar be perfect? But I resisted and…

Read More Read More

EASY TUNA FRITTATA

EASY TUNA FRITTATA

What can a can of potatoes, a few eggs and a lowly tin of tuna give you? Breakfast for two for two days, that’s what! One of our last of the last meals onboard before our R.E.D. is put to bed for the winter months. …easy to throw together… ….hearty and tasty…   EASY TUNA FRITTATA Stove top version 4 servings click here for GOOP recipe 1-2 tbsp of your favourite cooking oil 1 can of potatoes, drained & chopped 1/2…

Read More Read More

ITALIAN EASTER PIE

ITALIAN EASTER PIE

Because of where we live, April has yet to be a time when we are on the water. But someday within the next few years there will be an occasion to enjoy some Easter treats onboard. Last year I compromised with my own galley version of something a bit simpler… …and a little green eggs and ham brunch …and then with all the delicious looking recipes for baked hams and scalloped potatoes, I broke down and made a pseudo-traditional Easter…

Read More Read More

PINEAPPLE CREAM CHEESE BREAD PUDDING

PINEAPPLE CREAM CHEESE BREAD PUDDING

On good sailing days, breakfast onboard R.E.D. is usually really simple. Getting an early start to catch the best wind is the priority, so quick and dirty – eat, wash up and untie the lines is the way we go. Then there are those days when we like to laze around, when around the crack of noon breakfast has turned into brunch. While Captain is up on deck with his second cup of coffee, wiping off the morning dew or…

Read More Read More

SWEET POTATO & MAPLE SAUSAGE PIE

SWEET POTATO & MAPLE SAUSAGE PIE

I have a REALLY good one for you this morning Galley Peeps. Super easy to throw together… Just a few simple ingredients… Perfect for supper, lunch or breakfast… Serve it straight from the oven… serve it warm… or as I found out while writing this post, directly from the refrigerator bite by delicious bite.. This is complete as is with protein, carbs and vegetables but it’s great served with a crispy green salad. You can also swap out the kale…

Read More Read More

ONE HAND FOR THE BOAT – ONE HAND FOR MY BREAKFAST

ONE HAND FOR THE BOAT – ONE HAND FOR MY BREAKFAST

My foodie friend from afar – Nagi of the famed Recipe Tin Eats has done it again. This recipe idea is brilliant! All her recipes are, by the way, awesome – all beautifully presented with tasty looking images. But for the purpose of my tiny galley focused blog I choose the ones I can reproduce with limited resources and space. The rest of her recipes I have been stashing away in my favourite Recipe Tin app for future use. Imagine…

Read More Read More

‘BAKED’ PUMPKIN FRENCH TOAST

‘BAKED’ PUMPKIN FRENCH TOAST

When we’re not in a hurry and want a more substantial start to our day, I put in a bit more effort to breakfast than a quick bowl of cereal and yogurt. This was one of those days and wow, it was worth the little extra effort. Not only did we enjoy the results (warm custard-y pumpkin toast mixture) but it warmed up the cabin and imparted a wonderful spicy fragrance thoughout. I halved the original recipe to fit nicely…

Read More Read More

PUMPKIN SPINACH FRITTATA

PUMPKIN SPINACH FRITTATA

Even though we are sadly reaching the end of our Canadian boating season, I do still get excited about the wonderful Fall finds at the farmers’ market that I can bring onboard for our last few meals… …my latest acquisition – these Baby Boo Pumpkins…   …just perfect for concocting a delicious nutritious breakfast fritatta… Keeping with this blog focus, I made this dish in my stove top Omnia Oven and cooked the pumpkin (cut in half and seeds scooped…

Read More Read More

CHEESE and CORN SOUFFLÉ #10 – 44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE

CHEESE and CORN SOUFFLÉ #10 – 44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE

While we are waiting for R.E.D. (our boat) to ‘splash’ , I figured I might as well get back to working my way through these 44 Classic French Meals I need to modify for my galley… This next one will be a challenge… Soufflés are tricky in the best of conditions (they can fall) …and we don’t have an oven onboard. So out comes my trusty Omnia Stove Top Oven… #10 CHEESE & CORN SOUFFLÉ 1/4 cup finely grated Parmesan…

Read More Read More