Did you think I’ve reached the epitome of galley ridiculousness?  Well you may be right, but oh my sweet garden these were SO good! How did these pumpkin blossoms come to be present in my land kitchen you may ask?  Boat related. Our dear sailboat R.E.D. is no longer ours as she now resides in the great white north…Yukon, to be specific. We’ve been having conversations […]

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Want an easy dish for your next Meatless Monday?  Very budget focused, healthy, made with simple ingredients… …the basics: pumpkin purée, onion and garlic, some greens and seasonings. …the sauce, rich with either cream or a more healthy version with evaporated milk. …all ready in the time it takes to cook your pasta. PUMPKIN RIGATONI   Print Author: Galley Kat Ingredients ½ lb uncooked rigatoni […]

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DIETARY REBOOT – Days 27 and 28

Here’s what’s on the menu board for today… Breakfast Pumpkin Spice Smoothie minus the yogurt (click on the image below for the recipe) Lunch Apples with Sunflower Seed Butter Supper Grilled Steak  with Cocoa Coffee Rub and  Green Salad Steak of choice 2-3 tbsp cocoa coffee  rub (my recipe here)

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MINI (VEGAN) PUMPKIN PIES (no baking required)

Want a touch of something sweet for your next dessert? Here’s a good one for you.. No baking required, so easy to make and vegan, these little pumpkin pies were really delicious. I simply ground up some almonds, coconut shreds, added a little coconut oil and maple syrup… Pressed the mixture into my mini cheese cake pan. (a regular muffin tin would work well with […]

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One of my favourite sources of delicious and easy recipes is from Nagi of RecipeTin Eats When she posted her recipe for baked Pumpkin Risotto a while ago I thought ‘Oh yum!’ So when I found myself with some pumpkin purée I thought I would make my own boat friendly tiny galley version…   Well, let me tell you it was so good that Captain […]

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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 […]

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I found another way of using our little Baby Boo pumpkins and everywhere you look there is something be PUMPKIN SPICE SMOOTHIE 2 servings 1 banana 1/2 cup pumpkin puree 1/2 plain yogurt 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice (link to my recipe) 1 tsp vanilla 2 cups coconut milk 1 tbsp maple syrup or agave Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth […]

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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 […]

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