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SOS breakfast from an old Coastie

Back in the 1970s, I served in the U.S. Coast Guard aboard the Columbia River Lightship. Basically, we here a 158-foot floating lighthouse anchored 8 miles off …

Many flavors make a plate

I like it when food is fun, when one plate containing an array of flavors can either work harmoniously in one bite or randomly paired, yielding countless …

Yacht chefs can shine onboard with a bit extra

Chefs often are singled out on a charter or owner’s trip. It’s easy to be memorable when you give guests a style of food and service they aren’t …

Tally your totals on entitlement and gratitude

When the holiday season draws to a close and the festivities are over, many people look forward to a fresh start in the New Year. Some reflect upon the …

Eggs benedict with Alsatian Christmas sausage

Back in the early 2000s, I delivered a Viking 72 from San Diego to the Panama Canal with the owner, his fiancée and several guests and crew. On Christmas Day, …

Rosemary-Roasted, Butternut-Stuffed Turkey Meatballs

Rosemary-Roasted, Butternut-Stuffed Turkey Meatballs ’Tis the season to be busy, if you are a yacht chef. Boat shows, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years …

Fall fruits are plentiful, but not all work in every recipe

It’s getting chilly outside and a nice warm apple crisp might be just what the doctor ordered. Looking through the magazines out on the stand, you’d …

Uniforms, more than just looking good

Crew uniforms are an important part of the distinctive image of every yacht. I think most stews would agree that purchasing, allocating and finding space …

Chicken and Asparagus Casserole

Sometimes, my inspirations come from friends and families. Sometimes just by walking down the aisle of a supermarket. And sometimes, it is a little of both. My …

Apricot Braised and Roasted Pork Belly

Who doesn’t like bacon? (Seriously. If anyone still has their hand up, try this recipe then get back to me.) I’m going to be straight with you; this is …

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Triton on both sides of the equator

Triton on both sides of the equator

Yacht broker and former Capt. David Nichols took a trip to Ecuador last month, and brought his Triton along.  “In Quito, it has 12 …