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Is that Liberty Landing? I was down there a few weeks ago, looking into a slip. I like the place.
 

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I love sailboats and I love to cook, so I have little choice but to watch. Good luck with the show.

Now, stop scraping your cutting board with the sharp edge of the knife! Turn it over to scrape. :)

Second, I'm a native New Yorker. Splitting a single beer with someone is about the same level of crime as eating pizza with a fork. You get one mulligan. Julia Child proved one should actually be drunk while cooking/filming. :)
 

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Minnewaska, if I turn the cutting board over to scrape, won't all my stuff spill on the counter? But, seriously thanks for the tip. Cooking, as is sailing is always an exercise in learning. Whassup Caleb!

Thanks Andrew for my renaming ceremony.
 

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Okay Skipper. You did solicit honest feedback. Good comback on turning the cutting board over. I liked the humor in the cutaway, where you showed the difficulty in preparing sauerkraut. On camera, however, the humor seems a bit nervous or forced. I would tone it down a bit, or maybe it becomes more comfortable as time passes. I think you are on to something, showing people how to prepare good food, with limit onboard resources. I would think storage tips, what cooking implements to have available, mise en place, etc, would make good bits in an episode, while preparing a dish.

Hope you are as receptive to feedback as you suggested. Just trying to be constructive. All the best.
 

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Thanks Minnewaska. I am nervous! You should see the stuff I cut out... We're learning and every little bit helps. Stay tuned for a Galley Tour show soon.
 
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