We have 3 burner stove and wife likes to cook and is great chef
. Hardly ever used more than two burners. 90% one burner. Also have BBQ on back rail used 12 months/ yr. There are many books/ recipes
for one pot meals
. Despite how the term sounds... they taste great, easy to prepare in a seaway, rough anchorage, anywhere. And easy to store/ reheat next time and eventually clean-up after (my department).
Also highly recommend you get/ use a new technology pressure cooker (they are very safe now). Faster/ easier/ better/ tasting (one pot) meals
. Also saves whatever fuel
your stove uses because of the 1/2 to 1/4 cooking times.
Save your stove replacement $$ and figure out how to install (even a very small) microwave oven
. They can easily run on inverter
juice because they don't need to run long. Great for warming up leftovers... 1-2 minutes. Also preferred in Summer and in Caribbean
when stove heat/ cabin
heat is NOT your friend. Boil cup of water
in 1 minute... you probably know all about normal benefits of microwave... now multiply times 10 on a boat, especially with just two of you.
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