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Thermal Cooking Is a Great Option for Cooking Onboard

Thermal Cooking Is a Great Option for Cooking Onboard

The humble vacuum flask, or thermos, is one of those 19th century technologies that has withstood the tests of time. Originally a delicate, double-walled,...

Slow(er) Cooking on Board

Staples of the modern home kitchen, Crock-Pots and rice cookers are time-savers, enabling chefs to prepare long-cooking meals without tending the stove for hours....

Lessons Learned: Onboard Thermal Cooking

There is a learning curve when using retained-heat cooking. Here are a few of the lessons we learned during testing.If less than 15 minutes...

Slow(er) Cooking On Board

Staples of the modern home kitchen, Crock-Pots and rice cookers are time-savers, enabling chefs to prepare long-cooking meals without tending the stove for hours....

Thermos Thermal Cooker Review

Our ExperiencePS contributor Jonathan Neeves-a bluewater cruiser currently living aboard his Lightwave 38 catamaran in Australia-has used Thermos-brand thermal cookers for 30 years, and...

Onboard Amenities

Most of us have low expectations of Velcro type products, especially for onboard uses, so PS testers set out in the April 2016 issue...

Aussie Grills Like It Hot

In our June 2006 issue, we looked at six propane marine barbecue grills from four makers. The Magma Catalina was rated our Best Choice...

The Boiling Point: Five-Way Single-burner Galley Stove Test

Any boat with a cabin ought to have some sort of stove to heat food and boil water. Sailing is, after all, a civilized...

Practical Sailor Editors Holiday Wishlist

The holiday gift-giving season has arrived! And this year, instead of offering our usual rundown of nautical gift ideas, we asked our editors and...

Last-minute Gift Ideas

For the swabbiesEager to pass along our love of sailing to younger generations, we keep a lookout for childrens books that will inspire and...