by Michael Greenwald
This is the best selling, most extensive sailors’ cookbook ever written. This is a cookbook for people who love good food and like to cook. It is intended to show you how to produce sumptous, nourishing meals that satisfy the appetite and delight the soul—meals made predominantly from fresh ingredients, no matter how long the voyage. The great majority of recipes in this book are simple, one pot affairs that can be easily be made underway. Most require common ingredients, found in every port, that store well and last a long time. Many recipes are a simplification of classic recipes which are too complex for a boat. According to Lin Pardey, “there are only two cookbooks which found a place on board—The Joy of Cooking and The Cruising Chef”. SC, 300 pgs, 1996. SW 2 lbs.