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You can also put Pickapeppa Sauce on the cream cheese.

Cookies, brownies and Rice Krispies treats are easy.

My wife often makes homemade pimento cheese sandwiches - she adds some cayenne pepper instead of that sickingly sweet stuff at the grocery store. If you quarter those, they are easy to eat while underway. Same goes for cheese straws and they are pretty easy to find in a grocery store.

I have a friend whose wife always takes stuffed grape leaves.
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Cheese straws...?? Is that like string cheese..?
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Cheese nip crackers, fried chicken, cheap rum
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Cheese straws...?? Is that like string cheese..?
Not at all. Maybe it's just a Southern thing.

They are made from a dry, cheesy, shortbread dough that's piped onto a cookie sheet and baked.

Here is a Williams-Sonoma recipe:
Cheese Straws | Williams-Sonoma

And a more traditional recipe from Epicurious: Cheese Straws Recipe at Epicurious.com
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Not at all. Maybe it's just a Southern thing.

They are made from a dry, cheesy, shortbread dough that's piped onto a cookie sheet and baked.

Absolutely a southern thing. I knew what they are but could not begin to describe them. Doubt I could find them here in CA. I was going to make shrimp and grits last night but gave up after not being able to find real grits (only found quick grits) in two different stores. One of the stores even had a southern aisle.
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Often our afternoon snack in the summer is home made ahi tuna & asparagus sushimi, mango and chessie crab sushi. We make the rice ahead of time and carry an ample supply of pickled ginger and wasabi on board at all times. This with chilled plum wine and 7 up shooters make a great snack underway. We can be heard yelling WASABI and then quenching with a shooter on hot summer days/
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My wife is a trained Chef. Unfortunately she is not a big sailor. I am trying to change that by getting her on the right boat in the right location. I think a weekend on the hook in a remote anchorage may do the trick.

She is contemplating starting a food truck, I have offered to test out here recipes while sailing.
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I, too, want to sail with chef.
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Re: Best Boat Snack

I invited a good friend to join us for a day sail last year; I got behind schedule and appointed her steward for the trip.

This was her answer:

Moment of Zen

Sailapalooza Event – Saturday, September 17, 2011

Appetizers
Sweet and Spicy Almonds
Smoked Salmon with Cream Cheese, Capers and Red Onion
on Pumpernickel Bread
Paired with Ca’Donini Pinot Grigio and a Selection of Ice-Cold Beer

Lunch
Fresh Mozzarella with Pesto and Tomato Served on a Crusty Baguette
with a Side of Chinese Coleslaw
Paired with Mojitos featuring our Home-Grown Mint

Dessert
Sabayon with Fresh Seasonal Berries
Paired with Juvé Y Camps Brute Nature Cava

But she sent out a .pdf file with fonts and formatting that made it suitable for framing.

The Chinese Coleslaw was fabulous and nothing like you'd expect from the name. She gets the job this year, too!
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For breakfast I like oatmeal with kahlua in place of milk.
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Pita chips/hummus
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