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Rebecca is presently sitting beside me, taking a small break between her pre-breakfast and actually cooking the meal when our guests awake. To say that she has been busy would be a huge understatement. The joke amongst our guests is that I do nothing on board while she does everything. That’s not a huge stretch!

While food photography is a skill I am by no means an expert at, here are a few snapshots of some meals that we have enjoyed this week. It was suggested by one of our guests this week that instead of just photos like you see below, we take before and after pics of their plates, showing how they cleaned every last bit of food off of them. Perhaps we should. 😉

Sesame-ginger salmon served with coconut rice and fresh orange-scented asparagus

Caribbean cheesesteak stuffed peppers with horseradish & dijon aioli
served with cranberry feta spinach salad

Fillet of mahi mahi grilled with a passion fruit coconut sauce on basmati rice,
served with Caribbean cucumber salad

Rebecca’s B3 (Bun-less Beach Burger) with Caribbean mayo
served with sweet broccoli salad (side dishes not exactly as shown)

Spicy huevos rancheros with tomato salsa and turkey bacon


  1. Looks great to me! Fun to see posts like this……Rebecca should do a recipe post once a week

  2. When you take pictures that close, you have to switch to Macro. Normally it is designated by a flower symbol.

  3. One should never under estimate the effort of the captain standing stoically looking at the horizon, judging the seas, the weather, and the quality of the rum punch he is sipping.

  4. As carb-concious sailors, we have a difficult time coming up with sufficient variety in our menu. All the easy to cook pre-packaged things you can buy in the grocery store seem to revolve around potatoes, rice, flour and sugar, and I guess we’re just not imaginative enough to break out of the “steak and veggie, burger patty and veggie, grilled fish and veggie” rut. While salivating over some of the gorgeous food porn above, I have to wonder if it’s ever occured to you to have Rebecca write “The Food of One Love.” The focus would be on easy to prepare yet tasty, low carb shipboard meals. We’d sure buy a copy! Not everyone (very few people, actually) like to scale muddy trails to look at waterfalls, but almost everyone loves to eat, so it might be a bigger hit than your current book. In fact, put us down for two printed copies (one for the boat and one for home) and a Kindle version!

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