When I first met Trev, I’d never set foot on a sailing boat before. I’d never ever dreamed I’d one day be able to sail a yacht, let alone race short-handed! I’d never even heard the phrase short-handed. Continue reading “Learning the ropes through apps and online…”
Sea Breeze. Regardless of the fact this cocktail has a nautical name, it is a refreshing long drink to have in warm weather. According to Wikipedia, this cocktail has taken on various forms since its beginnings in the 1920s, but is known today as consisting of vodka, cranberry juice and grapefruit juice. Continue reading “Cocktail Hour #2”
On a hot summers day, what’s better than a refreshing cocktail? There’ll be a few recipes on the site from time to time – just search for cocktail and you’ll be sure to find them.
This one doesn’t seem to have a name, but regardless, it is delicious. Rum and tonic. Preferably spiced rum such as Sailor Jerry’s. And to finish it off, a squeeze of lime. Continue reading “Cocktail hour #1”
These are pretty much the same as boiled eggs, but not as you know it! I saw a post on FaceBook about ‘boiling’ eggs in the oven and couldn’t believe it would work, so I looked it up. I found it on Family Fresh Meals and thought it could be a handy method to use on water, when a saucepan of boiling water can be a liability due to the movement of the boat. Continue reading “Not-so-boiled boiled eggs!”