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Old 01-03-2003, 20:14   #1
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The Two Burner Gourmet

Great book to pick up if you can find it. The Two Burner Gourmet (The Cookbook for the Cruising Yachtsman)by Terry L. Searfoss. It includes the following chapters: 1. Cookware and Galley Equipment, 2. Storage, 3. Clean-up, 4. Garbage & Trash, 5. Towards a better understanding and the Final Implementation (how the recipes are set up), 6. The Secrets to Success, 7. Meal Plans (4 five day menus, 3 three day menus,2 two day menus), 8. The B-B-Q Option, 9. The Dock Side Bakery & A Cup of Joe For Josephine, 10. A Look At The Shopping List.

Lots of great recipes and even better sailing stories along with each recipe. I found it in a second hand shop. The copyright date is 1991, 1800 Wilson Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan 48603

Author is a Great Lakes Sailor.
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Thumbs up Sounds great

Sounds like a great book Pisces
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Phone # for The Two Burner Gourmet

Found a phone # for orders,in The Two Burner Gourmet, 1-800-842-5539
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Re: The Two Burner Gourmet

I have the book and I love it. I also found it in a second hand store.
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Re: The Two Burner Gourmet

I found mine at a thrift store. I've also seen them at nautical consignment stores.
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Re: The Two Burner Gourmet

Go to Alibris: Used Books, Used Textbooks, Rare & Out-of-Print Books, great prices on used books...
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I just bought it on Amazon.com in Used Very Good condition for $1.99+shipping for a total of $5.97

Hope this helps

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Re: The Two Burner Gourmet

amazon link
for the book (see the used listings)

Just whipped up some crazy good egg/veggie fried rice. Two burners is one too many (for me)
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amazon link
for the book (see the used listings)

Just whipped up some crazy good egg/veggie fried rice. Two burners is one too many (for me)
Absolutely, spuds veg and meat in the bottom of the pressure cooker sponge pudding on top, 30 minutes later all done

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