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Cyclops Toast

Cyclops Toast

It doesn’t matter what you call it, egg in a hole, chicken on a raft, egg in a basket, Johnny one eye or as I prefer Cyclops toast it’s all the same, a slice of bread with the center cut out and an egg cracked […]

Apple and Cheese Galette with Cumin Seeds

Apple and Cheese Galette with Cumin Seeds

Cumin and cheese is a great combination, there is even a gouda that comes with toasted cumin seeds in it, one of my favorites. Cheese and apples go great together too, they pair nicely in a pie, so why not let all three of them […]

Chipotle Crème for Fish Tacos

Chipotle Crème for Fish Tacos

I have strong feelings about tacos Corn tortillas over flour No rice or beans Be simple, 3 fillings maximum When I set up my buffet line I try to set it up in a manor that people won’t be tempted to put side dishes into […]

Cauliflower Risotto

Cauliflower Risotto

Winter has arrived once more and its time to dial back my elaborate boat cooking and focus on healthier dishes for myself and the husband. We have a lot of go to things we make that are flexible on their flavors so we don’t get […]

Harissa Salmon

Harissa Salmon

Over the past 4 years I’ve made a ton of salmon, not just Friday night salmon dinner sails, but plenty of private charters select salmon off my catering menu. The first year I ate salmon with enthusiasm, after that I only ate some here or […]

Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese

Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese

Part of my endless quest for exciting flavors extends to mac and cheese, as I’ve said before it’s a great canvas for experimenting. Early on in my cooking career I came upon this mash up and quickly made it my own, hot wings meet mac […]

Kyoto Coleslaw

Kyoto Coleslaw

I’ve always had a thing for cabbage, even if I was unaware of my love for coleslaw, it started back when I lived in Singapore. In middle school one of my really good friends, Margaret, lived down the street from me, we’d often hang out […]

English Muffin Bread

English Muffin Bread

Shortly after Jesse and I got married we were hired by Class Afloat, I knew there would be Atlantic crossings in my future so it was time to hunt down recipes and save them for ideas in the near future. At this point in my […]

Pique

Pique

When I returned to the Bounty for my second year aboard I met the ship in Puerto Rico. She had been docked there for the winter and like most boats who don’t plan on sailing during their off season a lot of her rigging was […]

Pork and Mango Empanadas

Pork and Mango Empanadas

Every country has some type of filled food, dumpling, tamale, calzone, pasty or hand pie. No matter what you call them, what they are filled with or how they are shaped this is one of my favorite ways to explore food around the world. I […]