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Galley Goddess

Personally I have always felt strongly that there is something offally awful about offal and I am more than happy to steer clear of eating animals innards. Not a nose to tail enthusiast really. All those gristly tubes, wobbly pinky bits, organy type tasting stuff looking like dog food makes …

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So Hot Right Now….

It’s probably fair to say that when we think of Mexican cuisine, we can’t think much further than Tacos, Guacamole and chilli con carne. The chances are that we also think that Mexican restaurants are all the same and a little bit boring, but nothing could be further from the …

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Stew of The Month

Stew of The Month – Anouk Linschoten   What did you do before yachting, and how did your yachting career first begin?    After I finished my Hospitality Management studies in Holland I moved to Curacao in the Caribbean. I took an office job in a lovely hotel but soon …

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Galley Goddess – Hot Days, Cold Soups!

Cold soups are undeniably the superheroes of stinky hot weather dining on land or afloat and a necessary must when enduring our three month summer incarceration here in Mallorca. The lusty gazpacho, the dashing Borscht and the fearless Vichyssoise, just a few examples of kick arse soups who, if given …

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The power of the Pomegranate

 By Mark Fosh – The other day I was very relieved and surprised to find pomegranate molasses tucked away in a little spice shop in the olivar market here in Palma. I was hunting it to put a little finishing touch to my Turkish spoon salad that I was preparing for …

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How to use skin exfoliant

Dead skin cells often need a little help to slough off. A skin exfoliant with ingredients like an alpha hydroxy acid or a beta hydroxy acid can leave you looking fresh and feeling smooth again. Our skin is constantly renewing itself, growing new skin cells to replace the surface skin cells that …

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From Ship to Shore!

Interview with Natalie Boddy   How long did you work in yachting? I didn’t work long in the yachting industry really. I was one of the lucky ones who basically did a lot of relief work.   Can you tell me about your yachting career – highlights and low points? …

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Interview with Stewardess Lindsey Everingham

What did you do before yachting, and how did your yachting career begin? I was at university before I went into the yachting industry. I studied a Bachelor of Social Science, majoring in Psychology and Sociology. I then did a postgrad in Entrepreneurship and Business Management (PGDM). After I finished …

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Seeing Red by Marc Fosh

SOLLER PRAWNS Every time I wander around the market in Palma, I always find myself literally drooling over the stunningly fresh, locally caught red prawns from Soller. I don’t think it is possible to put anything finer in your mouth. With that intense, wild taste that just explodes when you …

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