We created the It’s All About the Food trips to challenge ourselves to go completely local in our buying AND because on the Riggin we love food.
Come make creative comfort food with me, Captain and Chef Annie Mahle. I’m not only the chef on the J&E Riggin, but am the author of At Home At Sea: Recipes from the Maine Windjammer J&E Riggin, a cooking instructor and columnist for Maine’s largest newspaper the, Portland Press Herald, and for Maine’s only food magazine, Maine Food and Lifestyle. Our Maine windjammer and I have also been seen in the Boston Globe, Traditional Home, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors and cooking with Al Roker on the Today Show.
Your culinary travel experience begins with my 25 years in the kitchen. Learning how to build flavor, improvise with ingredients you have available and utilize different herbs and flowers from your garden to make creative dishes. The menus will focus on fresh, organic, and garden-grown ingredients, 100% of which will be procured within a 100 mile radius including meats, cheese and butter. Our produce comes mostly from Tom at Hope’s Edge Farm. The photo above is of Tom delivering fresh produce. All the menus will showcase my love and passion for seasonal and quality ingredients.
The dates are June 7 – 10, July 21 – 23 and September 15 – 20. Visit our schedule for pricing and booking.
Actually, E wrote this post because I can’t stand talking about myself in this way, but it would be fun if you came sailing with us!
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