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MELANIE’S MEATLESS ‘MEATLOAF’

MELANIE’S MEATLESS ‘MEATLOAF’

Melanie’s Meatless ‘Meatloaf’!  How’s that for alliteration?  I swear I don’t pair reader’s submissions with names of the recipes.  It really was Melanie who sent me her meatless meatloaf recipe…which by the way is also gluten free, grain free and egg free…as well as being, of course, meat free.  This new trend, shall I call it, on Sea Salt Galley Kat, has sparked some very interesting vegan/vegetarian recipes for me to try…and couldn’t we all benefit from less animal protein…

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GREEK LAMB STEW (pressure cooker version)

GREEK LAMB STEW (pressure cooker version)

As some of you know we have been homeless for the past few months.  Our condo in Montreal sold and closed the 12th October.  All our wordly possessions were packed into an 8’x8’x16’ POD moving container which is now waiting for delivery this coming week. During the transition of closing in Montreal and closing here in Nova Scotia we have been staying with my daughter, son-in-law and their two kidlings.  I’m getting to my point…really I am… So, one day…

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PORK RAGU on CREAMY POLENTA

PORK RAGU on CREAMY POLENTA

Hearty belly-warming stews are a welcome meal after a chilly day out and about, Hiking, camping or on the water, there’s nothing like that rich thick flavour. What’s even better is not having to spend the hour or three cooking time that is usual to capture that rich Ragu flavour. Soooo…. I tried a little something new…. a Ragu made with pork tenderloin instead of a cut that requires more cooking time, and no fat or waste. …then to cut…

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CAPTAIN COOKS – WHITE BEAN and HAM SOUP

CAPTAIN COOKS – WHITE BEAN and HAM SOUP

…Big surprise… no Pillsbury dough was sacrificed in the process! Captain François is diving into this galley cooking with such enthusiasm! Today I was allowed in for a brief period to bake some boat bread but then I had to retreat. I was allowed to take photos but that was it. He even made our preparing-dinner-cocktails (now that would be a great future post! – Captain’s Cocktails) WHITE BEAN and HAM SOUP Serves 8 2 cans of 19 oz white…

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R.E.D.CORN CHOWDER

R.E.D.CORN CHOWDER

I scored four cobs of corn after our club’s corn boil the other day. It was young, fresh and so sweet. The corn chowder I make is rich and creamy and usually kept for chilly wintery days that call for comfort food but here we are still in the summer month of August and temperatures are already starting to drop. I have made it’s richer version using creams but I find I can get the same creamy tasting results using…

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SPICY LENTIL LIME SOUP

SPICY LENTIL LIME SOUP

I was asked recently if I (AKA Galley Kat) had any vegan recipes worth sharing. While I search back through my recipe bank I thought I would share this yummy soup we enjoyed for last night’s Meatless Monday meal. My original recipe uses dry lentils which take approximately 1 to 1-1/2 hours to cook the lentils completely. But as always I try to speed things up on the boat to conserve fuel as much as possible and because who wants…

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44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE – #5

44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE – #5

This rich veal stew can easily be modified for simple life on the water. Instead of the multitude of steps, I reduced this delicious dish to just a few. From a fairly lenghthy cooking process it was ready within 30 minutes. The secret is to use lean tender veal tenderloin, requiring minimal cooking time.   #5   R.E.D. BLANQUETTE DE VEAU (Creamy veal stew) serves 2 1/2 veal tenderloin, cut into 1″ pieces (about 2 cups meat cubes) 1/4 cup…

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