BOAT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - KITCHEN EQUIPMENT


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Boat Kitchen Equipment





boat kitchen equipment






    equipment
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • Mental resources

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.





    kitchen
  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

  • Cuisine

  • a room equipped for preparing meals

  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.

  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .

  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area





    boat
  • (in general use) A ship of any size

  • A serving dish in the shape of a boat

  • A small vessel propelled on water by oars, sails, or an engine

  • ride in a boat on water

  • gravy boat: a dish (often boat-shaped) for serving gravy or sauce

  • a small vessel for travel on water











boat kitchen equipment - Magma Marine




Magma Marine Kettle Gas Grill with Hinged Lid (Party Size)


Magma Marine Kettle Gas Grill with Hinged Lid (Party Size)



Marine Kettle Gas Grill w/ Hinged Lid, Party Size

With a grill that measures 17 inches in diameter, the Magma Marine gas kettle grill is compact yet still offers plenty of space for your burgers, kebobs, sausages, and ribs. The party-size grill is made of 100-percent 18-9 mirror-polished stainless steel, adding both beauty and superior corrosion resistance. The grill also fuses Magma's time-tested, highly efficient radiant plate heat distribution system with convection heating technology, helping it achieve hot, even temperatures while using a minimum of fuel. As a result, the Marine grill comes to temperature very quickly and is ideal for searing steaks or simply grilling up some burgers and dogs.
The Marine kettle grill is outfitted with a patented swiveling turbo venturi tube, which allows you to adjust the control valve inboard, outboard, left, or right--wherever is most convenient for you. The design also allows you to quickly and safely change fuel canisters even while grilling. Plus, the turbo venturi tube--in conjunction with the newly designed burner--virtually eliminates blowouts. Even the conditions won't interfere with your cooking prowess thanks to the combination grease catch pan/wind baffle. The baffle keeps wind gusts out while keeping flames and grease in. You can also rotate the indexed bowl and lid to act as a windshield while you light the grill. Other features include a hinged lid that won't slam shut and a stay-cool handle with air-cooled supports.
Built to run on standard, disposable 1-pound propane canisters or onboard LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) systems, the Marine kettle grill offers a variety of mounting options (mounts sold separately).
Specifications

Fuel: Propane
Fuel supply: Disposable 1-pound canister of onboard LPG system
Fuel burn time: 2 to 4 hours at recommended using 1-pound canister
Exterior construction: 100-percent mirror-polished 18-9 stainless steel
Interior construction: 100-percent 18-8 stainless steel
Grill diameter: 17 inches
Grill material: Stainless steel
Number of burners: 1
Grill burner BTU: 10,700
Handle material: Durable heat-resistant all-weather plastic
Lid: Stainless steel
Bowl: Stainless-steel shell
Product dimensions: 17-1/8 inches in diameter; 14-5/8 inches tall
Weight: 13.7 pounds
Warranty: 1-year manufacturer's warranty
About Magma Products
Magma traces its history back to 1976, when California sailors and identical twins Jim and Jerry Mashburn grew frustrated trying to grill on their boats. After several porcelain metal grills quickly rusted out, the twins set out to make a stainless-steel grill that could withstand the hardships of a saltwater environment. More than 30 years later, Magma's familiar stainless-steel grills can be seen from Newport to New South Wales, from Cape Cod to Cape Horn, and from the South of France to San Francisco. The original charcoal grill is still available, but is now complemented with several round and rectangular propane models. Magma also sells mounting devices to accommodate all possible boating needs, tables to help with prepping and serving, umbrellas for shade, and anti-roll devices to steady the boat while you enjoy your favorite meal.










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Postcards from Paradise (Hundred Islands series)




Postcards from Paradise (Hundred Islands series)





Hundred Islands National Park (Philippines)

The Hundred Islands National Park in Brgy. Lucap, Alaminos City, Pangasinan is 250 kms. North of Manila.

This National Park covers a land area of 1,884 hectares with 123 islands. However, only three (3) islands have been developed for tourists namely: Governor, Quezon, and Children's Island.

Of the three (3) Islands, only the Governor's Island keeps a Guesthouse which is ideal for family use. It has 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, comfort room/bath and kitchen. Linens, water (4 drums), generator lighting, ceiling fans, dining and cooking utensils/equipments are provided for.

The bahay kubos at Children's Island are for budget travellers as it consists only of screened bedrooms with kerosene lighting and one (1) drum of fresh water and linens. Common areas are provided for dining and cooking as well as for toilet and bath.

Quezon Island is for picnickers and campers.

At Lucap Point (Mainland), the main building houses a conference room and accommodation facilities. A tower-type building near the Lucap Park housed an Information/Business Center at the ground floor which controls the flow of tourists to the said Islands.

Myths about the Hundred Islands

Anita and Akong

One of the legends told by old folks who live in the area and passed on to generations of storytelling, is the story of a couple named Akong and Anita. There used to be only one island in the place where the Hundred Islands can be found today. Akong is a fisherman and his wife Anita sells the fish he catches everyday. But discontentment soon crept in Akong’s heart and thought of ways to earn money in an easier and faster way. While he went out to sea one night, Anita had a dream about an old man who visited their hut and told them that if they work hard, they will eventually get rich after three years. She shared this with her husband when he returned but he dismissed her impatiently.

One night, he set out to sea again; his first throw of the net didn’t yield any fish but the second one caught black stones the size of a man’s fist. In disgust, he threw them back to the sea, accompanied by complaints. Just then, he heard a rumbling sound and saw the waves becoming bigger, making him paddle faster towards the shore. Unbeknownst to him, the black stones he threw to the sea became islands. He died that night in his sleep. And once more, the old man appeared in Anita’s dream, telling her about the islands and the fate her husband brought upon himself. Anita just cried as she looked at her dead husband.

**Reference: EU-Asia


The Greed that Created the Hundred Islands

Another legend tells how the islands were created by man’s greed for power and other worldly things. The story goes that a kingdom just lost their king in ill health and his people were left without a leader. There were two datus from two warring tribes who are legitimate successors. They were not only rivals to the throne but rivals to the love of a princess named Liglioa who was also a ward to the kingdom’s priestess and for a mystic huge pearl which would give wealth to anyone who possesses it, but is mysteriously un-gathered from the bottom of the sea. These two rivals had been fighting for a long time now that the priestess finally consulted the ancestors and the oracle gave her what ought to be done to attain peace and unity for the whole kingdom, which she in turn instructed to the princess. Liglioa then told the two warring datus that whoever wins in the last battle shall win her hand in marriage and the pearl in the bottom of the ocean. The two datus and their tribes prepared long and hard for the upcoming sea battle and by night, bodies and swords were clashing each other. And before daybreak, something strange can be noticed on the dead warriors’ bodies and their upturned bancas. They were immobile; and soon grass began to grow on them and became a hundred small islands. The priestess then told Liglioa what happened and the truth about the huge pearl. The real pearl was Liglioa all along, sent to the people by the gods, as they foresaw that the kingdom would be without a ruler when the former king dies. The huge pearl at the bottom of the ocean was a mere illusion made to test the character of that rightful ruler. Fishermen of today still swear that a bit farther of where the islands are now, one can see the mysterious huge pearl mystically gleaming under the clear waters of the sea, beckoning, then disappearing just as swiftly as it came. More legends abound about the islands. Some say it was formed

Reference: Tales from the Land of Salt by Emmanuel Sison











ferris wheel days




ferris wheel days





Models: Tyler, Chelsey, Faith
Styling:Faith
Location: Tyler
Photo/Editing: Yours Truly

One of our favorite past times is exploring . .. Tyler spotted an abandoned factory next to the canal and we were pleasantly surprised to find that all its charred/rusted contents were still laying around, including a boat, ferris wheel baskets, kitchen equipment, desks, coffee break supplies . . . seriously amazing.
Anyways, sorry for mass lack of activity, been doing senior portraits.









boat kitchen equipment








boat kitchen equipment




Magma Marine Kettle Gas Grill with Hinged Lid (Original Size)






This grill was designed for economy without sacrificing functionality. Made of 100% 18-9 mirror polished stainless steel, it will give you the safety, durability and performance required of a marine grill. It uses our time-tested, highly efficient radiant plate heat distribution system in conjunction with convection heating technology to achieve hot, even temperatures while using a minimum of fuel. It comes to temperature very quickly and is great for searing steaks or just grilling up some burgers and dogs. The patented swiveling turbo venturi tube allows you to adjust the control valve inboard, outboard, left or right wherever it is most convenient to you. This design also allows for quick safe fuel canister changes even while grilling. The turbo venturi tube in combination with the newly designed burner virtually eliminates blow-outs. The grill quickly disassembles without tools for easy clean-up.

With a grill that measures 15 inches in diameter, the Magma Marine gas kettle grill is compact yet still offers plenty of space for your burgers, kebobs, sausages, and ribs. This original-size grill is made of 100-percent 18-9 mirror-polished stainless steel, adding both beauty and superior corrosion resistance. The grill also fuses Magma's time-tested, highly efficient radiant plate heat distribution system with convection heating technology, helping it achieve hot, even temperatures while using a minimum of fuel. As a result, the Marine grill comes to temperature very quickly and is ideal for searing steaks or simply grilling up some burgers and dogs.
The Marine kettle grill is outfitted with a patented swiveling turbo venturi tube, which allows you to adjust the control valve inboard, outboard, left, or right--wherever is most convenient for you. The design also allows you to quickly and safely change fuel canisters even while grilling. Plus, the turbo venturi tube--in conjunction with the newly designed burner--virtually eliminates blowouts. Even the conditions won't interfere with your cooking prowess thanks to the combination grease catch pan/wind baffle. The baffle keeps wind gusts out while keeping flames and grease in. You can also rotate the indexed bowl and lid to act as a windshield while you light the grill. Other features include a hinged lid that won't slam shut and a stay-cool handle with air-cooled supports.
Built to run on standard, disposable 1-pound propane canisters or onboard LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) systems, the Marine kettle grill offers a variety of mounting options (mounts sold separately).
Specifications

Fuel: Propane
Fuel supply: Disposable 1-pound canister of onboard LPG system
Fuel burn time: 2 to 4 hours at recommended using 1-pound canister
Exterior construction: 100-percent mirror-polished 18-9 stainless steel
Interior construction: 100-percent 18-8 stainless steel
Grill diameter: 15 inches
Grill material: Stainless steel
Number of burners: 1
Grill burner BTU: 10,700
Handle material: Durable heat-resistant all-weather plastic
Lid: Stainless steel
Bowl: Single-lined stainless-steel shell
Product dimensions: 15 inches in diameter; 12-5/8 inches tall
Weight: 11.5 pounds
Warranty: 1-year manufacturer's warranty
About Magma Products
Magma traces its history back to 1976, when California sailors and identical twins Jim and Jerry Mashburn grew frustrated trying to grill on their boats. After several porcelain metal grills quickly rusted out, the twins set out to make a stainless-steel grill that could withstand the hardships of a saltwater environment. More than 30 years later, Magma's familiar stainless-steel grills can be seen from Newport to New South Wales, from Cape Cod to Cape Horn, and from the South of France to San Francisco. The original charcoal grill is still available, but is now complemented with several round and rectangular propane models. Magma also sells mounting devices to accommodate all possible boating needs, tables to help with prepping and serving, umbrellas for shade, and anti-roll devices to steady the boat while you enjoy your favorite meal.










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