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Culinary Waves

Culinary Waves: Garden of recipes grows with vegetable, fruit flours

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson The stews would each take a turn to cook for the crew on a particular charter I did once. The only meal they …

Culinary Waves: The many faces of olive oil

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson I recently returned from visiting my family in Italy. I scoured the shelves of tiny trattorias, stores and …

Culinary Waves: Travel with your own tools

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth LawtonJohnson I have been on Spartan charter trips when a guest wanted a cake and I didn’t have a basic cake pan – …

Culinary Waves: The canapé is in a class of its own

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson To a yacht chef, no dinner party is complete without passed appetizers, from skewers to food shooters, dips …

Culinary Waves: Not much to beef about when it comes to cooking tenderloin

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson In a yachting career that has spanned decades on board various private and charter yachts, I have cooked my …

Culinary Waves: Elevate the usual continental buffet to a breakfast of champions

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson I’ve been rethinking the continental breakfast lately. I believe it can be elevated to a healthier morning …

Culinary Waves: Baking underway can be tricky

Valentine’s Day is here! So whip out those flours, muffin tins and cake pans – but wait, the yacht is leaving and now the weather has turned not so nice. …

Culinary Waves: Don’t chicken out on lamb, but mutton is another matter

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson Americans tend to eat less lamb than Europeans, and one theory says that it’s because U.S. soldiers during …

Culinary Waves: More than one way to cook a holiday turkey

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson Nothing says holidays like fresh baked or roasted turkey, cranberry, dressing and stuffing. Wait, didn’t we …

Culinary Waves: Mise en place, precision dicing important galley skills

With the boat show season upon us, the time for new crew is perhaps a twinkle in the captain’s eye. In my next few columns, we’ll take a look at some …

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Motoryacht Loon’s crew works unique ‘charter’ after Hurricane Dorian

Motoryacht Loon’s crew works unique ‘charter’ after Hurricane Dorian

Story and photos by Dorie Cox “It was just like charter,” said Capt. Paul Clarke of M/Y Loon. “But instead of champagne, we were …

The Triton photographer takes photos of Grand Bahama from airplane

The Triton photographer takes photos of Grand Bahama from airplane

David Reed, founding publisher of The Triton, arrived at Abaco, Bahamas, with M/V True North, which left Fort Lauderdale on Sept. 8 for a …

The Triton on island after Hurricane Dorian tears through Marsh Harbour

The Triton on island after Hurricane Dorian tears through Marsh Harbour

David Reed, founding publisher of The Triton, stepped ashore at Marsh Harbour on Sept. 11 and shared these photos, noting he had never …

Pacific Hope brings medical and more to northern Bahamas

Pacific Hope brings medical and more to northern Bahamas

By Dorie Cox; Photos by Josh Ritchie The 182-foot M/V Pacific Hope left the Dominican Republic on Sept. 5 to head toward the northern …

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