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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

There's nothing like cooking on board. Good show!
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There's nothing like cooking on board. Good show!
There is certainly nothing like Dylan's cooking on board ...
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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

cuisine and memory.

as for the aluminium

this is terrible news

on the bright side then I can just carry on sailing around and around my own island having completely forgotten where I started


thanks for your admiration of my boat cookery series

it has been commissioned by NZTV for broadcast at 6.30 in the evenings

keen followers will recognise that I have moved on gently from boiling cans to careful control of heat with bagels, cheese and eggs

we are going to try naked meat in the pan soon

as for damaging the pan

I fear that the origo will never over-heat a pan

it takes six minutes to boil a pint of water

the pan is slooshed over the side using a bristled washing up brush

the pan is waved in the air until almost dry and then wiped with a sheet of kitchen roll - which is brought home at the end of the sailing trip and put in the compost heap

then between sails it is usually brought home and put through the dish washer

attention to detail is one of the reasons why I am such a successful cuisinier

as for the aluminium and brain power

this is terrible news

on the bright side I can just carry on sailing around and around my own island having completely forgotten where I started
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I love the Ranson quote~ be a rich man if I had a penny or in your case amigo a sixpence for every one that told me I was mad for going to see alone
or perhaps they just care/worry

for many reasons this seems connected to me- I used to work for a famous luthier who had many stories of banjos along with the charaters whom weild them~ I do enjoy an egg sandwich often too, as my father is a Brit who now lives in Exeter after years in US
thankyou for the laugh, & am impressed w your cooking box
peace to you
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I love the Ranson quote~ be a rich man if I had a penny or in your case amigo a sixpence for every one that told me I was mad for going to see alone
or perhaps they just care/worry

for many reasons this seems connected to me- I used to work for a famous luthier who had many stories of banjos along with the charaters whom weild them~ I do enjoy an egg sandwich often too, as my father is a Brit who now lives in Exeter after years in US
thankyou for the laugh, & am impressed w your cooking box
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had to look that up

new word

I shall look forward to slipping it into a conversation

the box is great... it allows me to cook al fresco

I never cook bacon or sausages in the boat because of the imact it has on the smell

it can spatter all it likes

the box has a bottom section

like a big tray where I keep the cans, jamjars of butter, cheese, mayonnaise.

I btring the base home and replenish the food before going back on the boat


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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

Thanks Dylan,

I think your KTL videos get closer to the essence of sailing than the slick travelogue presented here in another thread. At any rate, you really reveal life on a small boat better than anyone else. We all may be dreamers, but reality is also a delight.
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Thanks Dylan,

I think your KTL videos get closer to the essence of sailing than the slick travelogue presented here in another thread. At any rate, you really reveal life on a small boat better than anyone else. We all may be dreamers, but reality is also a delight.

I can live with unslick

however,we also need slick

slick is good

but if unlsik is your bag

try these guys for instance

you need to smoke or drink something before watching these swedes

start at the bottom

Bildgalleri - Mirror offshore diesel yacht

they sail on a lake in sweden

he describes the scenery in sweden and gets drunk

a slice of unslick life

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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

No pepper on your boat???

here in the Northeast everyone breaks the yolk so it cooks all the way through and does not run when eaten as a sandwich. I prefer to leave it unbroken and when I order it that way every one looks at me as though I am crazy.

As far as non stick goes, I refrain from using it at all. I use stainless, cast iron, or high carbon steel. Never have an issue with sticking and use a squirt bottle, like you put ketchup in to keep my oil in.
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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

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No pepper on your boat???

here in the Northeast everyone breaks the yolk so it cooks all the way through and does not run when eaten as a sandwich. I prefer to leave it unbroken and when I order it that way every one looks at me as though I am crazy.

As far as non stick goes, I refrain from using it at all. I use stainless, cast iron, or high carbon steel. Never have an issue with sticking and use a squirt bottle, like you put ketchup in to keep my oil in.
runny eggs

got to be runny

half the risk and a quarter the pleasure

salso works well too

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Dylan,
I believe you have met your match. Here's this Swedish guy (can you call a Swede a "bloke"?) with a boat not unlike the "Slug". Spends his summer sailing around a lake, but not just any lake, one of the most beautiful lakes you've ever seen. And, his wife goes with him. And, cooks for him. And, comes up with fresh chantrelles. Now that has to go one up on boiled cans of kidney pie!

Thanks for the link. I truly enjoyed it. But then I think the Swedes have it all over us when it comes to play.
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