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Kinda looking all polished and professional -like. Maybe?

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Some two burner recipes would be great - you cooking on propane or alcohol?
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Some two burner recipes would be great - you cooking on propane or alcohol?
Alcohol.
Although we dusted off the propane grille to do the turkey on Thanksgiving. And we're looking at a small propane oven for breadmaking in the cockpit. Biscuits and baguettes aboard are wonderful... FRESH biscuits and baguettes would be sublime.

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Hey - what have you done about the heater thing? That's been a pretty interesting thread over on SA.


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Nice. You gotta post more about cooking and eats, recipes and the like. I'm looking forward to trying to make bread (for the first time no less) in the alco oven.. I love to cook but have zero experience with alcohol yet (our prior two burner top was propane).

Your site looks good btw, I haven't checked it since back when we were best frienemies here on s/n.. looking good!
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Chris, Jones, anyone ...

Have you tried bread in a pressure cooker ? Idea intrigues me. Problem I see with baking on board is that boat ovens seem hopelessly inefficient. Other point of course is that if you are in warmer climes that oven is going to heat the boat up something fierce.

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Seven comments on the two-burner recipe page idea, and not one comment on the bread. SWMBO is miffed at the diss. She is threatening to cut me off...and we ain't just talking baguette and cinnamon bread supply either.

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TD, our bread oven will be used in the cockpit to keep the boat from heating up. What I have discovered vicariously through SWMBOs baking adventures, is how little actual baking many breads require. Hours of rising and kneading and proofing (whatever the hell that is- I'm picturing yeasty bouncers checking ID at the door of a flour filled nightclub), but less than an hour of actual baking.

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Seven comments on the two-burner recipe page idea, and not one comment on the bread. SWMBO is miffed at the diss. She is threatening to cut me off...and we ain't just talking baguette and cinnamon bread supply either.

Help me out here, folks.
That bread is AMAZING!



Now tell bl to get of his butt and wash the freakin' pans and rub your feet.


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