Cooking on a boat’s two burner galley stove takes planning and preparation to feed your crew.
My first experience was outfitting, menu planning and provisioning boats with two burner alcohol stoves and an icebox.
3 tips for managing your galley:
1. Assess the space you have. Containers may be needed to hold cutlery, spices, etc. if locker room is limited.
2. The size of the icebox or fridge will be a determining factor in preparing your menu.
3. Plan a menu for all meals to be eaten on board. When stowing provisions, they can be put away in the order to be used.
The menu I planned used a fry pan with spatter screen or lid and a stainless steel double boiler. It was necessary to measure the stove, burner sizes and the pot and frypan to ensure both could be used at the same time for cooking a meal.
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