I'm not a huge fan of the add a can of this to a can of that school of cookbook writing... Fact of the matter is to put it bluntly I hate them.
Of course, most cookbooks of the cruising on a sailboat ilk are by and large full of add a can of this to a can of that recipes. Kind of bummer that.
It does not have to be that way...
Nourished Kitchen whose stated purpose is to revive traditional foods (which in my mind translates in real food).
I've never read a bad recipe on the blog which from me is say a lot. So it's not a real big surprise that I'm excited about the current cookbook "the Nourished Kitchen" by Jennifer McGruther...
More importanly all of the recipes in the book are actually a lot more boat and cruiser friendly than you'd expect. Fact is cooking with real ingredients is a lot easier than yopu've been told by folks who have a vested interest in selling you value added/overly processed products with highly inflated prices.
So yeah, "the Nourished Kitchen" is going to be a permanent fixture on my galley shelf.
Another new cookbook I recently bought is "The Homesick Texan's Family Table" by Lisa Fain and it is even better than her previous book
"The Homesick Texan's Cookbook" which is actually a a pretty impressive feat considering how good the first one is.
Not only a lot of good recipes but all are very boat friendly, simple, affordable, and very, very tasty.
Three books dealing with real food and not a single add a can of this to a can of that with an envelope of onion soup mix recipe anywhere...