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Anything on a boat under sail just tastes better.
Just as well. Even though your Orange Chook and G's Drunk Chook sound pretty good I betcha they wouldn't taste anywhere near as good if served at your dining room table. If we were as fussy at sea as we are on dry land I reckon we'd all starve.

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Undersail favorite for us is shrimp and grits in a cup. Make the instant grits with milk, not water, and make a shrimp scampi - we use one of the frozen storebought scampi dishes..Its pretty awesome undersail and easy to eat while underway, especially in a cup.

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Cooking on the go, I like Dinty Moore's Chicken 'n Dumplings (back to chicken again ). Especially if I still have some french bread to sop it up with. It's quick, easy, tastes decent, and fills you up. Other times, I'll just put some butter on some bread, throw it on the griddle with lunchmeat or tuna salad.

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I love a simple fried egg & cheese sandwich on toasted english muffin. Perfect for an early morning watch with a cup of coffee.
It's the simple things in life that bring me the most plesaure.

For dinner, grilled marinated chicken.
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Make a marinade for each whole boneless chicken breast as follows:
1 clove minced garlic
1 tspn cumin
juice of 1 lime
1/4 cup olive oil
chopped green onions
1/4 cup tequila

The day before, filet each 1/2 chix breast, place all in a qt size ziplock baggie & refigerate overnight. Grill the breasts with julienned red/green peppers and sliced onions either ahead of time or before serving on a flour tortila wrap - delicious fajitas, easy to eat while sailing. As a garnish, we like sliced avacados and salsa.

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Keep a small pressure cooker aboard.Anything reasonably edible will cook quickly in a single batch. Potatoes and sausage with a few onions and carrots, maybe?

It's all good when you are sailing.
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Nothin like the smell of bacon cookin in the morning and gotta have my joe.
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I agree with sailortjk1. Egg sandwich hits the spot. I also like a slab of southern ham and busicuits in the am with my joe. Helps with the over indulgence from the night before.

For dinner type stuff pizza on the grill is great and anything in a foil pack. My favorite is a fish fillet with veggies and herbs wrapped in foil and cooked on th grill. We also like to slice potatoes and onions thin and wrap in foil and cook on the grill. Throw some sausage in it..yummm..... or for breakfast an egg.
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Pollo de mil ajos
(chicken of 1000 garlics)

On my way to my cruising grounds, I like to have something cooking and almost ready to eat when I get there. My favorite anchorage is about 5-7 hours away usually against prevailing westerlies so - ughhh- motorsailing.

I start with one small whole chicken, clean and salt inside and out, fill body cavity with peeled garlic and put head down in crock pot or slow cooker with just about enough water to cover 3/4 of the way up -the chicken will swell- pack the sides of the cooker with garlic and add 1/2 cup of Jerez or dry sherry.

When it's cooked, throw the chicken away and eat the garlic! Never been bothered by vampires.
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Is that for real?? I stay away from garlic. Look what it has done to zeh Frrench!!
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