the sailing gourmet

Boat Gastronomy 2

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  1. 9 August, 2012 at 8:33 pmchuck yahrling - O'Day 20 In Maine, USA says:

    so it’s spicy noodles on top whiskey, eh? you’re a brave man.

    this is by far your funniest post. barely PG-rated i think.

  2. 10 August, 2012 at 9:40 pmPaul Mullings says:

    Yuck!! You’ll get Scurvy on a diet like that

  3. 10 August, 2012 at 10:44 pmSean says:

    Here’s a little site that will help you choose your noodles with the most educated intent.

  4. 11 August, 2012 at 12:38 amPaul Mullings says:

    That is the saddest site I have ever seen, after testing all those the guy probably glows in the dark!

  5. 12 August, 2012 at 1:59 amPaulH says:

    As a connisseur of fine (cheap) noodles, I can give two hints. Firstly, anything made by us whiteys is rubbish and will turn you off noodles forever, and secondly, if you want to go staight to the tastest, seek out To make it a meal fit for a king, mix in a coupla fried eggs, or a can of tuna and some canned/frozen corn.

  6. 13 August, 2012 at 9:59 amBjörn Friberg says:

    Cup noodles and bread?! Scurvy doesn’t even begin to cover it ;)
    Cooking as gourmetish (is that even a word…?) meals as possible with the limited means available on the boat is one of my favourite pastimes. Freshly caught, smoked perch and indian dishes are our favourites at the moment. I’d go bonkers in a day if I had to live on cup noodles. My son, on the other hand, seems to turn to them whenever I try to feed him scallops or any seafood with more legs than brains…

  7. 15 August, 2012 at 5:08 pmDylan Winter says:

    sailing first

    food second

    I can eat good food at home


  8. 16 August, 2012 at 7:16 amNalles says:

    I salute you! :)

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