ASIAN CHICKEN and CABBAGE SALAD

Spending as much time as we do on the boat, economy becomes a huge focus: Economy of efforts (streamlining the chores so we can be spending more time enjoying sailing) Economy of scale (keeping our enviromnment small and simple as the less we have, the less that needs our attention) Economy of resources (anyone who has spent any amount of time on a boat or […]

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QUINOA CABBAGE SALAD

Not your typical cabbage slaw, this salad with a delicious Asian kick also packs in some extra protein, making it even more perfect as a meal in itself. QUINOA CABBAGE SALAD what you willl need 2 -2/1/2 cups cooked quinoa (1 cup of uncooked) 1 package cabbage slaw 1 or 2 green onions, chopped 1 cup toasted cashews or  peanuts (dry toast in a small […]

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LA GARBURE – #15 of 44 FRENCH CLASSICS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE

Back at it, picking away at my 44 French Classics. So many of the South-western French recipes on the list are basic stews with varying ingredients. For this next one, I found many recipes of the same name but the meat ingredients seemed to vary. The common elements were duck legs, cabbage, and were heavy on the root vegetables. It’s basically known as a peasant […]

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EASY PICKLED CABBAGE SALAD

Do you ever crave something crunchy and vinegary? How about sliced cucumber and green onions in a bath of vinegar with lots of pepper? This following recipe really appealed to me for that very reason, and it keeps very well, increasing in its ‘vinegaryness’ with each passing day. EASY PICKLED CABBAGE SALAD 1-1/2 cup white vinegar 1-1/2 cup water 1/3 cup sugar 1 tbsp sea […]

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PRESSURE COOKER UNSTUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS

In my search for some belly-warming comfort food for today’s dinner  memories of my Mom’s delicious Cabbage Rolls  came to mind.  One of my favourite ‘Momma’ meals… ground veal and rice wrapped in cabbage, simmered in a rich tomato sauce but it’s really time consuming to prepare. So I came up with a pressure cooker version for the boat, ready in just 20 minutes once […]

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MINTED CABBAGE and EDAMAME SALAD

This salad was almost straight out of my now fave recipe blogger Nagi from RecipeTin Eats and creator of my fave place to store my recipes offline RecipTin App She creates easy dishes, full of flavour, quite often Asian-inspired, that no matter what, I’ve been able to fit them into my little galley life in one form or other. I made this salad on the […]

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BACON BRAISED CABBAGE with BLOOD ORANGE VINEGAR

As cabbage keeps better than lettuce onboard, I have been working on some recipes using cabbage to add to my galley repertoire. Our favourite so far is Japanese Pancakes… Braised cabbage is also an easy addition to a grilled supper and I find that a sprinkle of vinegar adds so much to the flavour, which brings me to the reason for this post… Recently we […]

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STICKY GLAZED SPARE RIBS

“Nothing conveys our interdependence more compellingly than the food we eat. It builds our physical resilience, brings us joy, and strengthens our bonds with family and friends.” In honour of International Women’s Day here is a recipe by renowned chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall from the cookbook “Share“ (100% of the publisher’s profits of this wonderful cookbook go to Women for Women) Sticky Glazed Spare Ribs (modified […]

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CORNED BEEF, CABBAGE & POTATO HASH

As we move closer to boating season I am starting to imagine more vividly returning to our little home on the water… We have a plan this year to remain onboard for six months, one month of which will be spent cruising what I call the Little Loop or what is more commonly referred to as the Golden Triangle. Meals for a good part of […]

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