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Whats the deal with the banana's?? I have seen that mentioned a few times on this site.
Heineken light or nice cold Budweiser and a ham and Swiss sandwich ......know it an old fisherman thing . never believed it till I went on my friends boat fishing, brought two other friends who never really fished. His engine started over heating the anchor broke and had to use a smaller anchor and it wouldn't hold the boat while waiting for a tow . one of the guest turned to us and asked us if we wanted the banana declined and through it off the boat. As soon as we got it off the boat the anchor caught.!!!!! And engine was fine...I am also potty sure the story about the bananas is that in the days that they would carry diseases or something like that.
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Since my boat has a full galley with a three burner propane stove and oven, a refrigerator, and microwave, I can have pretty much anything either my wife or I care to fix. Usually, things like lasagne, chili, gumbo, etc. are prepared in advance at home, frozen, then thawed heated, and eaten when desired.
For breakfast, I'll often have poached egs on corned beef hash. Brats and sauerkraut and baked beans is something we eat often on the boat.