September 14 is the first anniversary of the publication of “The Boat Galley Cookbook”. Thanks to everyone who has purchased the book, either in print or electronic editions. Both Carolyn and I are really enjoying feedback from readers! Check out all of the comments on Amazon by clicking here! Or view some sample Amazon comments below.
Don’t have your copy of “The Boat Galley Cookbook” yet? It makes a great Christmas or Birthday present, just ask Bailey Boat Cat, below. Click here for our reasoning on practical details, such as easy cross-referencing, substitutions and other features that make the book specifically designed with cruisers in mind. 10 Reasons We Hope The Boat Galley Cookbook Will Be Aboard Your Boat!
Here are a few sample Amazon comments – note, of current 38 comments, all but 3 are Five Star, which makes the effort Carolyn and I put into trying to write a book we would have found invaluable when we left to go cruising, all the more worthwhile.
“The recipes are widely varied, well written and easy to follow. I especially appreciate the large “Meatless Main Dishes” section. Not that I am vegan but rather meat is not always available or kept easily while on a lengthy passage.” … “Jimmy, The Skipper”
“For the novice or beginning cruiser, like myself, it really gives some great insight into all the things I wouldn’t normally think of. The Equipping the Galley, Provisioning, and Food Substitutions were particularly useful as well as the endless supply of great boat friendly recipes.” … bluesboy
“What a great reference…not only recipes but everything else you need to know, not just about cooking, but all aspects of living on a sailboat, whether it’s for a weekend or you’re a full-time cruiser. It’s an amazing compilation of tips, tricks and methods to live and eat well while cruising. A great book and well worth the money. Don’t go cruising without it!” … Margaret McGovern
“This book is well organized and focuses on planning before you set sail. I like the recipes as they seem like things I would cook for the crew. Not too many ingredients or time required for most. The best part was all of the helpful “how to” tips throughout the book” … An Amazon Customer
I realized it is a great cookbook for the home, too. Organizing a galley (kitchen) on shore is important. I would recommend this book for anyone who cooks on a boat, or in an RV, or simply wants some straight-forward recipes and kitchen ideas. I got the Kindle Fire version so I can add it to my library with zero shelf space, another nice feature when on a boat or traveling in an RV…. Tiki Sailor on utoob “Tiki”
Oh, and let us not forget, one of the most entertaining reviews of all, from Bailey the Boat Cat, roaming in Rome … Click here for Bailey’s perspective on “The Boat Galley Cookbook”!
Also, if you haven’t already submitted a photo of where your “Boat Galley Cookbook” has been, please submit here – I’m keeping a sidebar on Commuter Cruiser with the latest submissions. So far we’ve had photos submitted from around the US, the Sea of Cortez, the Caribbean and as far away as Rome in the Mediterranean and also camping and RV-ing! Please send in your photos and show Carolyn & me where your book has traveled!
Keep your comments coming – either on Amazon or to Carolyn at TheBoatGalley.com or me, here at commuterCRUISER.com.
If you like The Boat Galley Cookbook, please tell a friend – maybe they want a copy and just don’t know it yet!
THANKS THANKS THANKS for helping make The Boat Galley Cookbook’s first year a success! Help us raise a toast to many more years of usefulness for cruisers (and RVers, campers and anyone who lives with a small kitchen space)!!!