Cooking on a boat, Barbecues, recipes

Discussion in 'ClubSeaRay.com Suggestions' started by Blueone, Feb 16, 2021.

  1. Blueone

    Blueone Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jan 24, 2007
    Lake Erie, Ohio
    2004 420 Sundancer
    Cummins 6CTA 450's
  2. Mark.60

    Mark.60 Well-Known Member

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    Sep 6, 2020
    Westbrook Connecticut
    2007 44 sedan bridge
    Cummins qsc 500
    What is better than meat and cold beer
     
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  3. randmhall

    randmhall Active Member

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    Apr 18, 2009
    Grand Lake of the Cherokees, Oklahoma
    2015 Sea Ray 270 SDX
    8.2 / Bravo 3
    Answer - Fresh cooked BBQ and cold beer ON A BOAT!
     
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  4. dtfeld

    dtfeld Water Contrails GOLD Sponsor

    Jun 5, 2016
    Milton, GA
    410 Sundancer
    2001
    12" Axiom and 9" Axiom+ MFD
    Cat 3126 V-Drives
    Holy Cow! $50 Tomahawk steak found in the Managers Special bin for $9. A little grilled cauliflower and mashed potatoes!

    After swapping out raw water pump impellers, that was damn good!

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  5. FootballFan

    FootballFan Well-Known Member

    Jun 20, 2012
    Florida
    Marquis 59
    MTU Series 60
    You ever wonder about discounted meat?

    Steak does look good.
     
  6. dtfeld

    dtfeld Water Contrails GOLD Sponsor

    Jun 5, 2016
    Milton, GA
    410 Sundancer
    2001
    12" Axiom and 9" Axiom+ MFD
    Cat 3126 V-Drives
    nah...just a little extra “aging”. I wouldn’t pay $50 for it...evidently I’m not alone. $9...sure.
     
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  7. techmitch

    techmitch Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    May 1, 2008
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River/Frog Mortar Creek MD.
    1999 270 DA
    Twin 4.3s W/Alpa I Gen II's
    That's not how it works.
     
  8. The Bill Collector

    The Bill Collector Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Jun 2, 2008
    Tacoma, WA
    1998 450 Sundancer, Achilles dinghy w/15hp
    3126 Cat's
    I was in the store last week and picked up 3 steaks @ 50% off because their sell-by date was the next day, we had one for dinner that night and threw the other two in the freezer !!!
     
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  9. techmitch

    techmitch Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    May 1, 2008
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River/Frog Mortar Creek MD.
    1999 270 DA
    Twin 4.3s W/Alpa I Gen II's
    So, instead of "fresh frozen", now you have some "old frozen" meat in your freezer?
     
  10. The Bill Collector

    The Bill Collector Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Jun 2, 2008
    Tacoma, WA
    1998 450 Sundancer, Achilles dinghy w/15hp
    3126 Cat's
    You eat what you want and I'll eat what I want...
     
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  11. ErikE

    ErikE Well-Known Member

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    Dec 26, 2020
    Northern Michigan
    1986 Sea Ray 340 SD
    Twin 454
    Recently bought an Instant Pot with the idea I would have it on the boat for the summer. Been using it some and they sure are quick and easy to cleanup....which is exactly what I will be wanting.
     
  12. Pirate Lady

    Pirate Lady Well-Known Member

    Jun 2, 2020
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River
    Sundancer 250 ‘91
    7.4 Bravo 1
    I have found that once we freeze meat, any meat, bacon, ground, steak, it just don’t taste the same as fresh. Opinion.
     
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  13. Creekwood

    Creekwood Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Apr 26, 2009
    Oakville and Georgian Bay, Ontario
    '97 330 Sundancer, Raymarine C80 suite with radar, Mercury 310 Hypalon w/8hp Yammie 2stk
    2X 454 carbs w/ vDrives
    Another boating favorite for when we are anchoring is to pre-make vacuum sealed cedar planked atlantic salmon for the Magma on the boat.

    I buy some fresh salmon filets (skin on is best for planking) and those cheap 1/4 cedar boards for cooking salmon on the grill. Cut the boards into small pieces just big enough to hold one serving size piece of salmon. Make up a thick sauce of maple syrup, brown sugar, soft butter, salt and pepper and a bit of dill. It needs to be thick for the vacuum sealing so if its not thick, chill it down.

    Then I put a piece of salmon on each piece of wood, slather on the thick sauce on top, and put in a vacuum seal bag and seal it. One at a time. Then freeze them. They cook nicely on the Magma and the small pieces allow you to move them around to avoid the hot spots those Magma's have.

    It throws a lot of smoke while cooking so its best on the hook so the breeze takes the smoke downwind. Not neighbor friendly at a marina either.
     
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  14. SKybolt

    SKybolt Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Nov 11, 2014
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    If you have a vacuum sealer then it isn't too bad, very close to unfrozen. Otherwise I totally agree with you, it tends to make the meat a little tougher, even when cooked slowly.
     
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  15. OllieC

    OllieC Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Mar 11, 2013
    N.W. ‘Sconnie
    Sara Belle
    2005 Weekender 215
    Mercruiser 5.0 mpi, Bravo III
    Bump*
     
  16. FootballFan

    FootballFan Well-Known Member

    Jun 20, 2012
    Florida
    Marquis 59
    MTU Series 60
    I would support adding a forum for Cooking on the boat.

    Eating is universal - love having a source for boat friendly recipes.

    There was a thread I started a couple of months ago looking for ideas. Forget who - please raise your hand - posted a recipe for squash noodles and shrimp in a foil packet on the grill. We have prepared this multiple times and is one of our favorites now.
     
  17. techmitch

    techmitch Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    May 1, 2008
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River/Frog Mortar Creek MD.
    1999 270 DA
    Twin 4.3s W/Alpa I Gen II's
    http://www.clubsearay.com/index.php?threads/boat-meals-ideas.102272/page-2

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  18. FootballFan

    FootballFan Well-Known Member

    Jun 20, 2012
    Florida
    Marquis 59
    MTU Series 60
    Great recipe - THank you
     
  19. Pirate Lady

    Pirate Lady Well-Known Member

    Jun 2, 2020
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River
    Sundancer 250 ‘91
    7.4 Bravo 1
    Didn’t know what you meant by cedar planking, then today I saw about cooking salmon on cedar wood, looked good, must be west coast thing.
     
  20. Pirate Lady

    Pirate Lady Well-Known Member

    Jun 2, 2020
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River
    Sundancer 250 ‘91
    7.4 Bravo 1
    Ps. Article said it was started by Indians way back when.
     

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