Cooking in Tahiti
Okay, it’s time to fire up this ol’ blog again. Just a recap to all who are new here:
I started this blog back in 2007 when I was asked to work the summer for a charter yacht that I had worked on for several years previously. I knew it was going to be an interesting ride, and the boat had internet, so I decided to blog about my adventures.
I have kept this blog active off and on since. I mostly only post on this blog when I am traveling as a chef, hence the name-
I just got a new gig as a chef on this great yacht and so It’s time to crank this blog back up again. I will share what I am cooking for the crew and guests which includes recipes.
These may not be my healthiest recipes, but I tend to keep things healthy for both the crew and the guests. If you want my daily healthy recipes then you can sign up for my newsletter which deals with healthy cooking and weight loss here:
We are going to be based out of Tahiti for the next few years. That’s the plan, but in yachting you never get too excited as nothing is ever set in stone.
We will be doing some fun side trips, and since I have never been cruising in this part of the world it should be fun!
I will share a bunch of information on what it’s like to be a yacht chef, but I won’t share the name of the boat or owners of course for privacy issues.
I brought several video and still cameras with me, and even a few microphones. So I will be documenting my experience for you. But fist and foremost I will be sharing about my cooking experiences since I am after all a chef.
The crew is great, and I will also introduce you to them as well. As I like to say, never a dull moment in yachting.
I am hoping to become a better food photographer, so I will be practicing that a lot as well. I cook a lot of food for a lot of people so I might as well document it, right?
I will be cooking lunch and dinner for a crew of 9 and how many ever guests may happen to be on the boat when they arrive. I will also cook breakfast and snacks for the crew a few times per week as well.
Okay, so sit back and relax and get ready for some great recipes and hopefully some great stories as well. Please also feel free to comment below and let me know if there is anything you would like to see.
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