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  1. #81
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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by AntarcticPilot View Post
    Admittedly it's the US one.
    It says it's imported from New Zealand. To the States. Then exported, to galley-cupboards in the UK.

    The butter would already have travelled far further than most of its consumers ever will.

    Quote Originally Posted by JumbleDuck View Post
    Dan, you have to buy the sublime "How to Build and Manage a Canoe", covers building and voyaging in a canoe including provisioning and cooking on expeditions.
    Thanks JD.

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by AntarcticPilot View Post
    "Seamen are always wanting to do things the proper way; and I like to do them my way."

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    https://shop.conserva.de/en/90-canned-butter

    Or maybe just buy some when next in France...
    ' The gods do not deduct from a man's allotted life span, his days spent sailing '

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by Lodesman77 View Post
    Listing includes powdered butter. How the hell do you powder butter?

    "Seamen are always wanting to do things the proper way; and I like to do them my way."

  5. #85
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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    That website seems to feature almost everything, in cans.

    With a two-year expiry date, I daresay Arthur Davies would have relished a nice canned rye loaf.

    Although, bread must be one of those things that could be made exceedingly well by even the most limited Edwardian yachtsman, assuming he didn't use fruit salts as yeast.

  6. #86
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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by TLouth7 View Post
    At uni and on the boat I used to be quite partial to spamcakes: chop some spam into a pan and fry until crispy, pour pancake batter around it and cook pancake as normal. No need to grease the pan. Maple syrup on top really completes the experience.

    Well now I guess I will have to buy some spam on my way home...

    Corned beef hash is a staple on our boat: one tin each of corned beef, potatoes and peas. All fried up together.
    Got the recipe?

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by Plum View Post
    I usually have chorizo sausage on board and one of my favourite meals to cook underway, single handed, is a chorizo risotto. Chorizo does not need refrigeration and can be added to many dishes.

    Www.solocoastalsailing.co.uk
    Are you sure about chorizo being OK out of the fridge? I made my own with kit I got for Christmas 2016 and the instructions said keep in fridge for 7 days or freeze and use within 6 months.

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Proper chorizo should keep well out of a fridge. Quite simply, it was the way of preserving meat in places (usually hot, like Spain & Portugal) that did not have refrigeration. Salting, in a big box, was the other way. One kept a pig, on the left overs. Then, come the time, it was slaughtered with due ceremony and drink. The obviously short lived bits like offal were eaten at the time, the rest was salted or preserved. I attended a couple of these events... One needs a strong cultural stomach

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    Default Re: Edwardian yachtsman's menu (pies do NOT count)

    Quote Originally Posted by alant View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tlouth7
    ... I used to be quite partial to spamcakes...
    Got the recipe?
    I don't think there is a recipe, but for an update I had these on Tuesday and they were every bit as good as I remembered.

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