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Treasure to Trash by Sharon Kratz s/v Rose of Sharon

THE GALLEY

Holding Ground Mud Cake

Holding Ground Mud CakeA great cake that uses no eggs or milk.  It comes all the way from Gringo Bay, Rio Dulce, Guatemala, and Jennifer Lindeen.  You may add ground cinnamon for a “Mexican” taste, or add instant coffee for a mocha flavor.

From the upcoming cookbook The Boat Galley.
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Ready For Sea

The Boat Galley Cookbook The Boat Galley Cookbook is a comprehensive galley reference for any boater, whether going around the world or staying in the marina for the weekend.  It contains over 800 boat-friendly everyday recipes, cooking techniques, food storage, substitutions and more.


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SINCERELY SHARON

Tales of s/v Rose of Sharon

Sailing Vessel Rose of SharonSharon and Joe from s/v Rose of Sharon share their adventures from Texas to Panama.


Cruising in the Comfort Zone

Western Caribbean Cruising

The Atlantic Coast of Panama

Cruising Kuna Yala

Panamania

No One Said It Was Easy



     

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