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May 3, 2015

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Each month galley expert and cookbook author Janet Groene develops a recipe exclusively for

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Single Hander’s Skillet
Picture a starlit night, a small stove in a snug galley, a secure anchor and a simple supper at the end of the sailor’s day. For centuries “bully” beef has been a seagoing standby. Save this recipe for an emergency or a time when you’re just too tired to put together a fancy meal.
1 can corned beef hash
1 teaspoon canola oil
2 eggs
Small can sauerkraut, drained
teaspoon caraway seeds (optional)
Oil an 8-inch, nonstick skillet and press hash in it in an even layer. Brown hash without stirring until a crust forms on the bottom. With the back of a spoon, make two indentations in hot hash and break an egg in each. Spoon sauerkraut over the top, sprinkle with caraway seeds,  cover skillet and cook just until eggs are poached and sauerkraut is heated.  Makes one large or two small servings. 



See more of Janet Groene’s galley-ready recipes at

Each week she posts a Galley Recipe of the Week plus a Pantry Recipe of the Week using provisions you can stow today, without refrigeration, and use weeks and even months later.

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Any other ideas? E-mail and we’ll credit you and the name of your boat. 

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