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TEX MEX RISOTTO

TEX MEX RISOTTO

 Here’s a tasty one for you Galley Peeps.  It was inspired by one of our home delivery plant-based meals.  A simple risotto with a Tex Mex flair. You’ve probably noticed that I’m big on making my own spice mixes.  For one thing, in my tiny galley there’s precious little space for a gazillion spice containers.  And we do love our Mexican type foods so this Tex Mex combo has become a favourite.  We love a little heat too so I…

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SHEPHERD’S PIE POUTINE with BEER GRAVY

SHEPHERD’S PIE POUTINE with BEER GRAVY

Now before you go all judgey on me and say that real poutine is fries, gravy and cheese curd…period!, I happen to know after living almost twenty years in Frenchland (Quebec) , there are many ways to skin a poutine.  A gazillion ways! For me, this whole poutine thing started two years ago when we sailed our boat R.E.D. to the Gaspe area of the Saint Lawrence River from Montreal (sailingred).  One of our most memorable stops was Tadoussac where…

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SHRIMP IN BUTTERY BEER SAUCE

SHRIMP IN BUTTERY BEER SAUCE

I made these delicious little morsels for a recent cocktail-with-friends evening.  SO GOOD!…and so easy! I was so caught up in the preparations that I totally forgot to take more pictures.  Maybe one was all I needed.  Look at those succulent pink creatures bubbling in that tasty beer butter sauce.  I made them in advance then gently heated just prior to serving to take the chill off a bit.  Grab some cocktail forks or tooth picks and pass them with…

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ØLLEBRØD – DANISH BEER PORRIDGE

ØLLEBRØD – DANISH BEER PORRIDGE

How about a little beer for breakfast? No really, I’m serious. In search of new and easy recipes for this summer’s adventures aboard s/v R.E.D., I came across this popular Danish breakfast dish. Danes feed it to their kids so would it be that bad for a couple of hearty sailors to indulge in at the start of the day? It was surprisingly good and what my mother would have called a stick-to-your-ribs meal. I used a local oatmeal stout…

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DUBLIN CODDLE

DUBLIN CODDLE

Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations don’t have to come with raucous pubbing and green beer.  This year we are keeping it quiet, getting our Irish on with a few friends and filling our bellies with a simple warming soup made with a splash of good Irish beer. DUBLIN CODDLE 6 servings what you will need 1 lb pork sausage, cut into 1″ pieces 3-4 slices bacon, cut into 1″ pieces 1 cup chopped onion 2 lb baby potatoes, quartered 3 carrots, cut…

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THE FORCE COCKTAIL: Enjoy This You Will

THE FORCE COCKTAIL: Enjoy This You Will

Inspired by a recipe made with Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur, I decided to make my own very easy version of ginger liqueur, partly because the recipe looked really refreshing, partly because I love the taste of ginger in Asian inspired cooking, and partly because on a boat when it’s rockin’ and rollin’ a little sip of something ginger can help to alleviate seasickness. The addition of vodka is optional of course, especially if the syrup will be used as a…

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CORNED BEEF TACOS with GUINNESS DIPPING SAUCE

CORNED BEEF TACOS with GUINNESS DIPPING SAUCE

How about a little Mexican Irish Fusion?… Tacos and Corned Beef?… …with a little Guinnes Dipping Sauce on the side? “Pourquoi pas?!” I say with my best French accent. …an interesting way to use up some of that corned beef from yesterday’s Saint Patrick’s Day Corned Beef and Cabbage feast… Have I peeked your interest? Well just take a look at this following recipe… It may seem like a strange combination of ingredients, and I must admit I was sceptical…

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CAPTAIN COOKS: GUINNESS MAPLE GLAZED SALMON

CAPTAIN COOKS: GUINNESS MAPLE GLAZED SALMON

He’s done it again! Tonight my Captain transformed a piece of salmon into a meal that burst with flavour at every bite… …just a few simple ingredients… …a healthy sprinkling of sea salt and pepper… …and heated grill…   …each side slathered with the sauce…   GUINNESS MAPLE GLAZED SALMON 1/2 cup Guinness 1/4 cup maple syrup 2 tbsp Bragg seasoning (or soya sauce) 1 tsp Dijon mustard (Captain says it HAS to be Maille) sea salt and pepper salmon…

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MARCH – a good month for the IRISH

MARCH – a good month for the IRISH

Let’s start this month off properly shall we? Here in the Great White North we are fed up with snow and ice. Weather forecasts for March are looking grim as well. So to get the March-is-for-the-Irish party started here is a little Guinness trivia for you…       1. What’s in a name? A stout by any other moniker might indeed taste as sweet. Guinness’ dark, creamy brew was originally called Porter, and later Stout Porter, to denote its…

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CAPTAIN COOKS – BABY BACK BEER RIBS

CAPTAIN COOKS – BABY BACK BEER RIBS

Our weather here in the Great White North, has been on a meteorological roller coaster lately. (actually, Montreal isn’t exactly so far North but it is great and white) Yesterday it was 0 ° C (32 ° F) and tonight it is supposed to dip down to -22 ° C (-7.6 ° F) Mother Nature is such a tease! Anyway, yesterday gave us some hope that grilling season isn’t too far far away. …and we are just going to ignore,…

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