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  1. Gourmet Galley maximizing your galley while minimizing your stress

  2. Agenda • Failing to Plan, Is Planning to Bring A Lot More Food Than You Would Have Otherwise • Galley basics • Not everything but the galley sink • Keeping your cool – refrigeration • Pantry power • Fresh food • Cook books

  3. Failing to Plan, Is Planning to Bring A Lot More Food Than You Would Have Otherwise • Jambalaya • Jambalaya rice mix, kielbasi, shrimp, rotisserie chicken • Chicken Salad over greens • Rotisserie chicken, mayo, walnuts, craisins or pears, celery • Kielbasi onions and beans • Kielbasi, sweet onions, variety of canned beans • Shrimp Scampi • Shrimp • Linguine • Garlic • Parsley • Spinach salad • Fresh spinach • Hard boiled egg • Red onion • Craisins • Vinaigrette dressing • Deviled eggs • Hard boiled eggs • Mayonnaisse • Paprika • Sauteed spinach with garlic and walnuts

  4. Galley basics • Cooking onboard should be stress-free and effortless • Four keys to a stress-free galley • Basic appliances, cookware and utensils • Stocked pantry with basics • Adventurous spirit • Plan beyond one meal • Cooking fuel (CNG, propane, alcohol) • Fire extinguisher / first aid kit

  5. NOT everything but the galley sink • Pots and pans • Large, medium sauce pans with lids (stackable sets @ galleyware.com) • Large frying pan with lid • Coffee pot / kettle • Dishes / cups / bowls • Utensils • Forks/knives/spoons, can opener, cork screw, slotted spoon, spatula, spaghetti spoon, colander, paring knife, kitchen/utility knife, cheese grater • Storage • Tupperware, zip-locks • Cutting board • Pot holders, dish towels

  6. Keeping your cool….refrigeration • Refrigerator, icebox or cooler • The more space taken up, the colder it will stay • Limit opening • Freeze meat/casseroles ahead • Space blanket or insulated pad over top of food • Block ice preferred over cubes • Frozen cold packs – frozen water jugs (gallon) • Food garbage can take up space

  7. Pantry power • Spices – salt, pepper, cayenne, garlic powder, curry, oregano, dill, cilantro, basil • Rice, Pasta, Spuds, Risotto, Oatmeal • Crackers, Cookies • Soups, Cup of Noodles/Instant soups • Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper • Canned Tuna, Dinty Moore Stew/Chili • Peanut Butter, Jelly • Muffin mix (oven) • Paper goods (towels, napkins, plates, cups)

  8. Fresh food • Chicken breasts, fish, chop meat (freeze) • Vegetables (fresh or frozen) • Fruit • Lunch meats and cheeses • Cheeses and dips • Butter / Spread in tub • Eggs / Egg Beaters • Bread • Milk

  9. Cook Books • the One Pan galley gourmet – Don Jackson and John Roberts • The 5 in 10 Cookbook – Paula Hamilton • The Yachting Cookbook – Elizabeth Wheeler