16.01.2020

REEDS COOKING AT SEA HANDBOOK

Reeds Cooking at Sea Handbook

Author(s) Sonja Brodie
Publisher Thomas Reed
Date 2017
Pages 145
Format pdf
Size 32 Mb
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It can be quite boring and uninteresting to consume food from the tins when at sea every day and that is why the main intention of the author of this publication is to provide ship cooks with the book they could use to prepare food on board, including delicious meals that will be appreciated by all crew members. This small reference book is full of valuable advice and instructions for those in need to feed a crew.

Numerous practical tips carefully selected by the author and supplemented with the interesting tricks and guidelines from the professional with huge experience. The contents of the book covers all areas considered important for the cook, including preparing food whilst in harbor and underway, storage of the food, equipment commonly found on the galleys and detailed instructions on their use, planning activities, baking bread and using pressure cookers.

Even speed cooking has been covered as it can be applied in many cases. You will find information about different foods that would normally be available in particular geographical regions and different climates. There are so many pictures to make sure that the readers understand the instructions and can follow them better to ensure excellent result.

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