Our Galley

Our Galley
Cooking on a boat should be fun. It is slightly, no, a lot different to cooking in your stable kitchen. Not always is the sea all turquoise water and postcard calm. Pots and pans love to skim off benches, the oven, if not secured correctly, loves to open by itself and throw your latest creation across the galley floor. Living onboard is so much simpler and easier with little imagination and a relaxed approach. This will get the best out of your galley and you. I just love cooking seafood that we catch and fresh produce we gather onboard "Our Dreamtime" during our travels. You will find my recipes easy to follow and they won't take a lot of time to prepare in your galley afloat or kitchen ashore. It’s all about leaving time to enjoy life! I used to mix all my own herbs and spices but no longer. Now my secret to quick and tasty gourmet meals is the YIAH range (Your Inspiration at Home). These are all-natural seasonings, spices, salts and other items inspired by ethnic regions and custom blended to make cooking fast, simple and healthy. Take a look at the YIAH page below for details. I hope you enjoy Our Galley.

Lamb



Like all the recipes posted in our blog and included in the Our Galley series of e-books, every one of these dishes have been prepared by Karen in the galley on board 'Our Dreamtime'. Living on the hook or in a marina doesn't mean you can't eat great meals.


Lamb has always been a favourite red meat of ours. We particularly enjoyed discovering new lamb dishes in the Mediterranean and North Africa when we cruised over there.


Karen will soon be publishing another volume of the Our Galley e-book series containing a huge range of her lamb recipes. Meanwhile here's Karen's take on some old favourites and some of the dishes we discovered in our travels.






Lamb Souvlaki


Lamb Stew ready to cook

Macadamia Nut Crusted Rack of Lamb 

 































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