I have three (new for me) cookbooks that are the best for long term travelling on your vessels:
The Two Burner Gourmet
: A great cookbook
specializing in feeding a large group. This book gives somes extras like what the crew's favorite dishes are and what the biggest values are (time & ingredients). I cannot say enough about this book. I found mine at a thrift store that I was donating to, without any expectation of trading a thing. LucKy me!
: This cookbook
is great. The author has great humor
and I'm sure anyone who is on the water
will understand her dialogue. The recipes
are very good with great ideas using convenient items. The list of recipes
The Meatless Gourmet
: It's the ultimate cookbook for anyone who is a flexitarian. Although I used to be a vegetarian, I still refer to this cookbook for great ideas adn even greater recipes using TVP and other items that only vegetarians would be familiar with. This is a good thing.
Carlson. A. (1995). The Meatleass Galley Cookbook
Publications: Brookfield, WI
Sargent, K. (1966). Galley Topics
. The World Publishing Co. Cleveland, OH.
Searfross, T. (1991). The Two Burner Gourmet
. Saginaw, MI