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Cruising cookbooks

Of the cookbooks dedicated to cruising, has anybody a favorite? Looking for Christmas gift ideas for my wife. Dave
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I just received The Great Cuising Cookbook by John Payne and enjoy it. It is more than just recipes, like most books. It details provisioning in foreign ports, what to stock in the galley, etc. It is out of print, but I did check and it is available through Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0924486929/qid=1040060449/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/002-1323374-1945658?v=glance&s=books.
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We would like some help. We are preparing some package stuffers for our cruising videos for Hudson River and Western LI Sound. If you have a "local" recipe for any of these regions, please message us with it and if included we''ll let you know and of course give you credit. See descriptions at

http://hometown.aol.com/halyardz/myhomepage/index.htm

One of the more interesting recipes we''ve received is "Clams Cumino"...which simply calls for heavy doses of garlic, cumin, and pepper (adobo as substitute) in the pot.

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Dear Halyardz ...

I tried pasting the link into my browser, but it couldn''t find the page. Thought you''d like to know.

Gail
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The Crusing Chef Cookbook by Michael Greenwald is an excellent shipboard cook book.
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BTW, I'd add the One Pan Gourmet as a good cookbook for cruising.
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It's not precisely a cookbook, but a local author had a minor hit with her "cooking while cruising" memoir, An Embarrassment of Mangoes. I enjoyed it, and I am not the cookbook reading type at all.

An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude by Ann Vanderhoof | PopMatters Book Review
Amazon.com: An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude: Books: Ann Vanderhoof
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I agree that Greenwald's book is excellent.

If you have a pressure cooker, I suggest Pressure Perfect by Lorna Sass.

I'm about halfway through reading Cooking with the Firehouse Chef by Keith Young. The book is good and easily a third of the recipes are on my "try soon" list.
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Cooking Classes?

What appeals to you about a "Cruising Cookbook" as opposed to a "regular" cookbook?

I am in the process of developing a series of non-credit classes for our culinary program (AACC, near Annapolis) to attract sailors/boaters. More for the casual cook than the professional, to learn more about technique, methods, and recipes targeted to cooking on a boat...at sea, or on the hook.

Topics would include:
- Grilling
- One Pot Cooking
- Pressure cookery
- Baking/Roasting
- Marinating
- Raw Foods

If your were to take a class to learn more about how to cook on a boat, what would you want to learn?
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