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PANCAKE DAY

PANCAKE DAY

Top of the mornin’ to you my Galley Peeps! Tomorrow is  Pancake Day and I’ve put together some of my Galley faves for you. I remember Pancake Day or as some call it Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday, being one of my favourite Mommy-meal days…pancakes and sausage…pancakes and bacon…all smeared with butter and smothered in maple syrup. Sometimes, I would accompany my Dad on his ‘out in the district’ trips (he was a research scientist for the department of agriculture) and…

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DIETARY REBOOT – Days 7 and 8

DIETARY REBOOT – Days 7 and 8

“Like Sex With Your Pants On”… tee hee! That’s going to raise a few eyebrows. This is where  Whole 30  and I may not entirely agree. I understand the concept  and if you would like to read about their very amusing analogy you can find the article here. It’s when it comes to making crêpes or pancakes that I disagree, somewhat. Thing is, sometimes we actually do enjoy  no-flour pancakes. I mean really enjoy. And not because we are avoiding flour….

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BUCKWHEAT CRÊPES

BUCKWHEAT CRÊPES

When I bring provisions onboard for the season I try to have a loose menu plan. It’s not as though we are ever very far from a local market but it’s great having options stashed away should we need them… sometimes we choose another day at anchor, or it’s a rainy day and we just don’t feel like shopping. One of my favourite tricks is to portion dry ingredients for things like muffins, breads or morning crepes into food baggies,…

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SEAFOOD PAJEON (KOREAN PANCAKES) with SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

SEAFOOD PAJEON (KOREAN PANCAKES) with SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

I first had these many years ago in Korea when visiting my daughter several years ago. She lived there for a couple of years teaching English to young South Korean students and on my arrival she introduced me to Pajeon. We enjoyed then plain (just the eggs mixture with green onions) and a seafood version – my favourite. SEAFOOD PAJEON with SPICY DIPPING SAUCE 2 cups all purpose flour 1/4 cup rice flour 1 tsp sea salt 2-1/4 cups cold…

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NO FLOUR PANCAKES

NO FLOUR PANCAKES

This recipe is pure genius! Just 3 ingredients.. smashed bananas, 2 eggs and a touch of baking powder. and no flour (for those gluten challenged)… NO FLOUR PANCAKES 1 banana 2 eggs 1/8 tsp baking powder coconut oil for griddle   Whisk eggs in small bowl. Add a ripe banana and mash until it mixes well with the eggs. Stir in the baking powder. Cook on a hot griddle smeared with a bit of coconut oil. Flip carefully and brown…

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EASY JAPANESE PANCAKES

EASY JAPANESE PANCAKES

I make these tasty crunchy pancakes often… Vegetarian or with meat added they are an easy fix at home or on the water. (link to my usual recipe for Okonomiyaki ) When we provisioned last we bought a small package of broccoli slaw so instead of all that chopping and julienne-ing I am using them for a quick and easy supper tonight…     EASY JAPANESE PANCAKES 4 cups broccoli or cole slaw mix 2 green onions, chopped 1 clove…

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PANCAKES and SAUSAGE

PANCAKES and SAUSAGE

When provisioning I try really hard to balance space available, ease of preparation, how healthy it is, and how well does it keep in a humid environment… Bisquick clone recipe is one of my favourite recipe hacks. Anything that can be made with the commercial mix can be made with the clone. I make up a complete batch and portion out enough for individual recipes and store in BPA-free food bags. So because today is a rainy-no-wind-can’t-sail-get-work-done kind of day,…

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JAPANESE PANCAKES

JAPANESE PANCAKES

OKONOMIYAKI (Japanese Pancakes) I can’t seem to get enough of these. Each bite is a flavour explosion with crunch. My version of Okonomiyaki is usually made with a mixture of cabbage and onion or broccoli slaw with the addition of chopped leftover grilled chicken. But today I decided to try root veggies… The beauty of these is that there are no set quantities but I’ll give you general guidelines for 2 servings… 1/2 cup chopped onion 1 cup julienned carrots…

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R.E.D. BUCKWHEAT CRÊPES – #4 – 44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE

R.E.D. BUCKWHEAT CRÊPES – #4 – 44 CLASSIC FRENCH MEALS YOU NEED TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE

Crêpes for breakfast, Crêpes for dinner, Spending a bit of extra time to make several is worth the effort. They can be kept refrigerated for 3-4 days (frozen, if you have the facilities, for several months), take up very little space, easy to make… Need I go on?     #4 R.E.D. BUCKWHEAT CRÊPES Makes about 1 dozen 1/2 c buckwheat flour 3/4 c all purpose flour 1 tbsp sugar 1/4 tsp sea salt 3 eggs 3 tbsp butter, melted…

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CRÊPES de la CHANDELEUR with LEMON SAUCE

CRÊPES de la CHANDELEUR with LEMON SAUCE

I planned on posting this for Groundhog Day (Candlemas) but so many other things got in the way. This early morning’s sunrise inspired me to create it today… Better late than never, I say, when it comes to a tasty easy breakfast dish. LEMON SAUCE 2 cups sugar 3/4 cups fresh lemon juice zest from 1 lemon 1 tbsp butter Place all in a small saucepan Bring to boil stirring to dissolve sugar. Simmer for a couple minutes until sauce…

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