Getting into Panama City after getting our butts kicked on what would be our last at-sea passage, complete with a blinding rainy season downpour just as we were getting into the tiny La Playita Marina at Amador…we were hungry for some slow cooked Cuban food. Right across the street from La Playita we found the most amazing Cuban Black Beans and I’ve been keen to try to recreate the recipe.
I decided I would try to make my favorite (nearly) homecooked original spaghetti sauce in a pressure cooker for the first time. Pressure Cooker is one of my go-to cooking implements on the boat, used for canning and cooking and occasionally trying to wash the cat.
Ever wanted to corn your own beef and make the perfect Corned Beef and Cabbage? Use the right cookbook and try it on your boat or in your home kitchen….easy peasy.
Sometimes on a sailboat, you just want something different….so I dug into the cookbook for a change of pace for dinner……that would be done in 30 minutes or less and only dirty up one pot.
Wow, I cooked up my own wierd birthday dinner disaster with guests on board…but not naked.
Birthday Pulled Pork on a Cruising Sailboat using an easy recipe you can do on your boat or in your home in no time. Give it a read then go out and cook it, you’ll love it!
The author attempts to a first meal in the pressure cooker, first time ever to cook in a pressure cooker. But not naked!