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Try cool summertime gazpacho

Oh, it’s June, the time of year where we hustle to finish those springtime chores. Clean out the bilges, perhaps one last coat of varnish before the short …

Good intentions gone bad with leftover greens

We’ve all been through it. We stock up on greens for a charter whose guests said they wanted to eat “healthy” and then they don’t want to eat the …

Caring for clothes onboard

One aspect of our work as yacht stews is valet services, including wardrobe management. Every stew needs to know how to handle and care for expensive clothing. …

Petit Osso Bucco with Smokey Apple Slaw and Oven dried Heirloom Tomatoes

Food is art. That’s true on so many levels, from the visual to the taste to the complimenting contributors such as wine, table setting and location. However, …

Lighten up with Springtime Citrus Salad

The late pianist and composer Arthur Rubenstein once said, “The seasons are what a symphony should be: four perfect movements in harmony with each other.” …

Manage up to improve conditions onboard

The following is one of my favorite quotes from Peter Drucker, management consultant, educator, and author: “Most of what we call management consists of …

The kitchen sink of Italian cuisine

I often look for creative ways to use leftovers before they relegate themselves to the back of the refrigerator. Yes, you can put various meats and veggies in …

Chickpea Tikka Masala

Coming from Durban, curry is definitely one of my preferred dishes. Its variety of rich spices and herbs makes it such a fragrant and belly grumbling dining …

Ditch paper towels, eliminate toxins

Can you guess what the most stocked is onboard a yacht? Toilet paper, a critical item we just cannot run out of and therefore have plenty stored onboard.   …

Managing humans onboard is a start to better leadership

It has been said that the yachting industry lacks professionalism on some levels and that developmentally, we are still in our infancy. One of the problem …

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