galley

Good Galley: Baking tools

I love to bake, especially bread. But galley baking gives me two regular frustrations: never enough space to put hot sheet pans down once pulled from the oven, and warped…

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Chef knows best

The best galley refits happen when yacht chefs have a hand in the design.

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Crew Share Horror Stories of Yard Work Gone Wrong

Have a story of your own? Send it to Crew@TritonNews.com.

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Gifts from the Galley

Make that send-off swag bag for charter guests extraordinary by adding a little something from the chef. We know the chief stew likes to put together a nice send-off swag…

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Galley Playlist

Galley Playlist Galley days are long days and music always makes it better. The right song encourages me to keep going, helps me stay calm under pressure, creates a shared…

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Good Galley: Tips on nut allergies, frozen fish

Beware hidden food triggers Did you know the sheen on craisins and other dried fruit is made from sunflower oil? Even someone with nut/seed allergies might not know that. Always…

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Ask Bugsy! Skorts, vegans and aspiring yachties

Crew work is demanding work, while living where you work presents its own unique challenges. Triton advice columnist and veteran Chief Stew Bugsy Drake “gets” it. If you need some good advice, just Ask Bugsy!

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The Joyous Fizz: Champagne cocktail recipes

When guests return tired from shore excursions, don’t be Cinderella just waiting on them. Be the Fairy Godmother with your magic wand, and delight them with joyous fizz!

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The ‘perfect time’ to transition out of yachting never comes

There were more than a few life lessons in store when a yacht chef found herself trying to open a cafe in England while on charter season in the Caribbean…

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Owner’s View: The essence of command

Owner’s View: by Melvyn Miller The hardest thing to teach new managers is that the essence of management is to convince or coerce subordinates to do that which they would…

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