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A new creation

Recipes, advice, appliances and more. Just because you might have a small galley doesn't mean you can't cook big!

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Robin
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Your Vessel Info: We live on a 40ft 1986 Birchwood TS37 which has been updated twin 260hp Yanmar diesels. Semi displacement shallow keel, 15kts cruise, 20kts WOT.
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A new creation

Postby Robin » Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:58 am

created originally for our hurricane power outage repertoire on a portable gas stove, just had it for lunch today on board..
cooked 1/3rd pack skinny spaghetti to al dente, took half a 10 pack of franks cut into half inch chunks, seared a few minutes in oil before adding a jar of store bought pasta sauce (italian tomato with mushrooms and herbs in this case). spaghetti strained when cooked and added to sauce in a deep sided skillet to soak in flavours, about 5 minutes of bubbling away, divide and serve for two. grated parmesan optional extra.

No name devised yetfor this delight, but open to ideas.
Mark my words, it will be dark again by nightfall :)

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Re: A new creation

Postby tex » Wed Jun 20, 2018 10:25 pm

Man , that’s a boat meal if I ever heard one. I’ll give it a shot!
When life is hard, eat marshmallows!

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Robin
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Joined: Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:09 am
Your Vessel Info: We live on a 40ft 1986 Birchwood TS37 which has been updated twin 260hp Yanmar diesels. Semi displacement shallow keel, 15kts cruise, 20kts WOT.
Location: Island harbour, Cowes, Isle of Wght, UK
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Re: A new creation

Postby Robin » Thu Jun 21, 2018 3:42 am

I claimed patent rights but have since heard others have similar creations wit franks replaced by anything from peperoni snack sticks to biltong, all not needing refrigeration to store either as I suggested canned franks would work.
Mark my words, it will be dark again by nightfall :)
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Re: A new creation

Postby scallywag » Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:56 pm

On the series, Big Bang, Sheldon's mother feed him hot dogs, tomato sauce, and pasta. Franks are cooked at the factory. I understand they can be eaten unheated. I do not know. I have eaten mushroom soup, hot dogs, and toast. I thought it was good. :lol:

John

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