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10-13-2012 03:11 PM
jambone
Re: Best Boat Snack

Beef jerky is a favourite boat snack of mind. Easy and delicious.
10-09-2012 06:37 PM
Slayer
Re: Best Boat Snack

I slice a fresh baguette lenghtwise in two. Spread some brie or other soft cheese on it, then put some parma proscuito on that and put the baguettes back together. Then I just cut it up into little handy sandwiches for the crew, wrapping each in a little foil. You don't need a plate or napkin to eat because you don't have to worry about the brie dripping out like maonaise can, and no tomatoes, lettuce or other fruit to fall out either. And being individually wrapped in the foil they travel well and you can literally toss them out the companionway to the crew. And if you are at the helm, easy to eat it one handed. And best of all, very tasty. Sometimes instead of cheese I will use pesto sauce.
10-09-2012 03:02 PM
Nicklaus
Re: Best Boat Snack

Sausage Cheese Plate. A tailgating favorite that would work on a boat...

Grill sausage and cut the links into bite size pieces. Cube sharp cheddar and some whole dill pickles.

Let the sausage cool a little, throw it all in a large Ziploc bag with Tony’s Cajun seasoning and shake.

Serve with BBQ sauce and toothpicks.
10-09-2012 01:47 PM
Minnewaska
Re: Best Boat Snack

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Originally Posted by Flybyknight View Post
More interested in optimizing boat speed than the nuances of gastronomical delight, but if one must choose a viand, than salted mixed nuts and a sports drink work for me.

Dick
Nothing I like better than to sail past a scrambling crew, with a sandwich in one hand and a drink in the other.
10-09-2012 09:40 AM
Seaduction
Re: Best Boat Snack

Salmonella??
10-09-2012 09:23 AM
Flybyknight
Re: Best Boat Snack

More interested in optimizing boat speed than the nuances of gastronomical delight, but if one must choose a viand, than salted mixed nuts and a sports drink work for me.

Dick
10-09-2012 09:18 AM
ImASonOfaSailor
Re: Best Boat Snack

I got it, DO NOT use Mayo!
10-08-2012 10:31 PM
chrisncate
Re: Best Boat Snack

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Not washing the bottom of plates only contaminates the tops of plates they are stacked upon.
Preaching to the converted, I was mortified by the prospect from the get go.
10-08-2012 08:47 PM
bobnpaula
Re: Best Boat Snack

#1agree with the soft brie and crackers.
#2 If looking for minimal fuss, buy a bag of extra large/jumbo frozen shrimp. Bring bag with jar of cocktail sauce, in small cooler. Just before happy hour, run shrimp under cold water about 5 minutes to thaw the rest of the way... and serve. Always a big hit.
#3 this is what I bring when I have the ability to re-heat:
2 pounds kielbasa
one bottle of beer
18 oz BBQ sauce (your favorite kind)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup dijon mustard

Combine beer, BBQ sauce, brown sugar, mustard in large skillet over medium heat. Bring to boil, stirring occasionally. Reduce to low, and add kielbasa, which you have cut into about 1/2 inch slices. Simmer one hour until the kielbasa is browned and glazed, stirring occasionally. Cool and refrigerate.
I make this the day before. bring it in a tupperware, and reheat just before happy hour until hot... either on stove, or in micro. Serve with toothpicks. Always the first appetizer that is gone! (maybe its the beer??)
Enjoy!
10-08-2012 07:58 PM
ccriders
Re: Best Boat Snack

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Originally Posted by chrisncate View Post
The soapy hot water wash has got to be more effective than the cold water wash though (or god forbid the "wash the tops of the plates only" wash), no?

Regarding the mayo, it must be the oil that helps preserve it. I'd like to see that mayo in a tube, that's pretty cool!
Not washing the bottom of plates only contaminates the tops of plates they are stacked upon.
I have looked everywhere for Italian mayo, but alas, cannot find it here.
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