Eating pre-packaged breakfast, lunch and dinner quickly becomes boring, but it is relatively easy to prepare and cook interesting, varied and delicious meals with the minimum of space, equipment and--most importantly--hassle.
This handy pocket-sized reference book is packed with invaluable advice for feeding a hungry crew for a weekend, a week, a month or even a long-term cruise or ocean passage. A third of the book contains simple but delicious recipe ideas, but most of the book is packed with tips, tricks and guidance from someone who learned all the secrets and the pitfalls during a two-year cruise with only a single paraffin burner. Keeping food interesting is important, and this colorful pocket reference makes cooking at sea simpler, safer and more enjoyable for all aboard.
Secrets of the Seas: A journey into the heart of the oceans - Callum Roberts. Single and Short-Handed Techniques.
Crossing the Red Sea
Readers need to dive in to absorb the book's noteworthy information and drink in all the breathtaking photographs. Secrets of the Seas is a wonderful book.
- Silent Dreams.
- Khrushchevs Cold War: The Inside Story of an American Adversary.
- The Israelites cross the Sea of Reeds.
- Navigation menu?
- A Journey into the Heart of the Oceans.
- The Meaning of Solomon's Mystical Sea of Bronze.
- The Best Comes Last.