2Divers: Well, I'm not sure how the site gives the impression that I, personally, do all the cooking. We split maybe 60/40 now, with the wife doing more cooking. I used to do most of it. Where did you get the impression I did all the cooking? I'd like to remove that if you can tell me where... thanks. "prepared daily with fresh, local ingredients" would be a good addition. Thanks!
Wheels: We just might have to do that. Call in marketing
I have some kind of strange Italian in me. I'm 3/4 Irish, but I'm something known as "dark irish" which I understand is nothing more than some Italians that made it up there. (Anyone know if this is true?) I'm also 25% Norwegian. Drinking and boats... ha ha ha.
The wife is half French/Italian and half Romanian.
We learned a lot of our skills by taking the cuisine in New York
City (many of the world's best come here and open up restaurants), and then learning
to re-create it at home. Since the food here is so worldly, our culinary skills follow suite.
Lodesman: Hillarious! This popcorn thing is absolutely true! My wife (even after 4 years) is still trying to understand that I need to EAT when we have a meal. She existed on popcorn, salad, and maybe some air before we met. I guess you had the same experience?
Lightfin: Thanks for the input. I'm glad you don't see anything that stands out as saying "these folks can't cook!" We did think about writing a cook book. Funny
you should mention it. We have a very unique take on food/diet/exercise. I won't bore anyone here, but it seems to work.
Kai Nui: You know... this might be the case. Mabye people don't think we can prepare "land meals" on the boat. Guess we just need to drop in pictures of most of the dishes to show it's possible. Yeah, I look more like the "no tie" picture now. Probably even worse! ha ha ha It was taken while we were working aboard that megayacht. We were in Bonaire
in the picture.