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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

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Theres greasy and there fatty...some duck confit is always allowed on Windgeist (just one example )
But you don't eat that with your fingers do you? At least where anyone can see? *grin*
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

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Theres greasy and there fatty...some duck confit is always allowed on Windgeist (just one example )
In a pinch, squirrel confit is not only suprisingly good, but it tastes VERY close to duck. I prepare mine in pork fat instead of the traditional goose fat, again, because it's cheaper and a lot easier to find.

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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

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UTZ from Hanover PA?
Why does Hanover have THREE pretzel factories?!? UTZ, Snyder's, and Revonah... all excellent. As yet another example of my stupidity, let me just say it took me about three decades to realize that "Revonah" was "Hanover" spelled backwards.

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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

Something else to consider is the weather. I love my red hot beef burritos, but not when it's 94 degrees outside.
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

cruise the anchorage and board the boat with the best barbique going...
Oh! you have to have the black flag raised when you go a pirating for a meal.
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

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UTZ from Hanover PA?
I think Herr's (Nottingham, PA) also makes them.
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

Tuna salad with a pinch of Old Bay seasoning on Saturday!

Tuna was good, but a bit messy while sailing...
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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

aaaaaaaaaaaaah the memories

although not fun...my friends wife loaded our boat with get this mayo packets, mustard packets and ketchup packets like they sell to restaurants

so we always had the ability to make a tuna sandwich on the fly!

this was for a 10k mile cruise...by the time I got to florida I STILL had left over packages oh and about 2 or 3 biscotti containers they sell at costco and stuff

think she felt we were going to jupiter or something

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Re: What do you do for food on a day cruise?

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With guests: sourdough baguettes, cheese, smoked salmon, dry salami, fruit, cut veggies, white wine, beer, sparkling mineral water, tea, coffee

Single-handed: Cliff bars, water, tea.

(OK, the dichotomy is a bit of an exaggeration; but not totally.)
pretty much our menu as well
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