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Ever wonder what are the Best Foods to Eat While on a Boat?

Ever wonder what are the Best Foods to Eat While on a Boat?

Boat cooking and marine recipes
The experts don’t recommend eating in your car if you’re driving, because it can distract you, but what about on a boat? For many of us, the idea of eating on a boat brings back memories of seasickness. For those who actually enjoy boating, however, eating on a boat is a pleasure that simply can’t be replicated by visiting a fancy restaurant. That being said, if you’re actually cooking on your boat, then there are some recipes that might not work out if the water is rough that day. (more…)
Fresh Caught Fish Cooking Preparation

Fresh Caught Fish Cooking Preparation

Boat cooking and marine recipes, Fishing stories
To maintain the delicate flavor of a newly caught freshwater or saltwater fish, this must be handled properly to avoid spoilage. Not to mention preserving the fish with pleasing odor. There are ways to properly prepare and maintain the quality just after the catch of the fish into a sumptuous fishmeal. Check out the tips below: 1) As soon as the fish lands avoid any contact with hard surfaces to prevent bruising. It should be washed immediately by hosing or bucket rinsing in order to remove the slime and possible bacteria that cause spoilage. Never use water from close proximity marinas, municipal or industrial discharges. To make sure, always use potable water instead. 2) Simply chill the fish to prevent deterioration in less than an hour. With a little advance planning, proper icin...
Quick And Easy Way To Your First Salmon Fishing Adventure

Quick And Easy Way To Your First Salmon Fishing Adventure

Boat cooking and marine recipes, Fishing stories
The most important piece of equipment is a fishing rod and the best place to purchase a rod is at a real pro shop or bait and tackle shop. Pro shops usually have a really good return policy. If you get a rod that is not comfortable for you, too stiff or too flexible, too long or too short, they will usually exchange it for a rod that will work better for you. They want your return business for things like bait and tackle. The Place: The best place to fish for salmon is in the river when they come up to spawn. The local pro shop should be happy to provide you with the best times for fishing salmon. Salmon spawn at different times and come up the rivers at different intervals throughout the season, so planning is important if you want to fish when the salmon are spawning. The Boat: ...
Sardines on toast with pine nuts and capers

Sardines on toast with pine nuts and capers

Boat cooking and marine recipes
Not a week goes by without me opening a can of sardines to tip on to toast. Some-  times I eat them as they come; other times I dress them up like this.  For 4  4 thick slices of sourdough bread  1 garlic clove, halved  drizzle of olive or rapeseed oil  4 x 100g tins sardine fillets, drained  1 lemon  handful of flat-leaf parsley, chopped  2 tbsp pine nuts, lightly toasted  1 tbsp salted capers, rinsed  1 tbsp red onion, finely chopped  salt and pepper  Method:  Preheat the grill to medium-high. Line the grill pan with foil and toast the bread on  each side. Rub the toasted bread on one side with the halved garlic clove. Drizzle  with a little oil. Flake the sardines over the toast. Finally, zest the lemon. Combine  the parsley, pine nuts,...
Angela Hartnett’s simple fishcakes

Angela Hartnett’s simple fishcakes

Boat cooking and marine recipes
You can’t have a boat trip without fishcakes, and this recipe from Angela  Hartnett is about as simple as it gets. Angela is one of the UK’s top chefs and the  owner of London’s Michelin-starred Murano restaurant, among others, and  she has been awarded an MBE for her efforts. For 2  250ml milk   1 garlic clove, peeled and finely sliced  ¼ tsp dried thyme  250g pollock fillets, or other white fish fillets  1 floury potato (about 150g), such as King Edward, peeled and cut into 1cm dice  1 tbsp flat-leaf parsley, chopped  1 heaped tbsp flour  3 tbsp olive or rapeseed oil  salt and pepper    To serve:  green salad or wilted spinach  Method  Put the milk, garlic, thyme and fish in a saucepan. Bring to a simmer and cook gen-  tly for 3 minute...