Maine Windjammer Cookbook

50+ Delicious Recipes & 200+ Stunning Photos of Maine's Windjammers


The Maine Windjammer Cookbook

Maine Windjammer Cookbook The Perfect Gift For Your Favorite Cook or Windjammer Enthusiast!

Each of the captains of the twelve vessels in the Maine Windjammer Fleet has contributed histories, photographs, recipes, and stories in collaboration with Smith/Kerr Associates, LLC, to produce a soft cover, 154-page volume that features chapters about each schooner, 200 breathtaking, full-color photographs, and more than 50 recipes. An introductory chapter describes the windjamming experience and the various islands in the Penobscot Bay area and, of course, a section of the cookbook is devoted to our traditional Down East Lobster Bake. Each cookbook includes an 8-minute DVD of the Windjammer Fleet.

This one-of-a-kind cookbook makes a wonderful gift for friends and family who love to cook and to eat, and it is a "must have" for anyone who loves the sea and the proud, time-honored traditions of historic sailing vessels.

Each of the vessels in the fleet has its own style, and as you'd expect, each captain has his or her own distinctive writer's "voice". Though the chapters are structured similarly the writing styles vary, creating a unique collection of stories and recipes that are as individual as each windjammer. Many of the recipes are typical of down-home, Down East, schooner-style comfort food, and several are upscale gourmet delights.

Call us toll-free at 1-877-238-1325 or email us to order your copy of Windjammer Cooking: Great Recipes from Maine's Windjammer Fleet; we'll ship it to you promptly.

Our Price of $32 INCLUDES ground shipping and handling. Additional charges apply to orders shipped by Express Mail or to locations outside of the contiguous United States

We are happy to autograph the Isaac H. Evans chapter for you, and you'll find some of your favorite Evans' Galley Goodies featured, including Eileen's Black and White Chocolate Chunk cookies, a recipe that found its way from the galley of the Isaac H. Evans into the pages of Bon Appetit Magazine, in August of 2006. There's also Sweet and Sour Kielbasa, Marinated Mushrooms, Zucchini Bread, and-our most often requested recipe - Eileen's Isaac H. Evans' Pretty-Darn-Good Pasta Salad.