New Video Episode about Scorpion Bay – from Boat breakdowns to Perfect Waves

Finally!  Our all-new Video Series!   Thanks to support from our new Patrons we’re able to tell the full Green Coconut Run story.

This Episode is about our misadventures leaving Turtle Bay, glorious sailing conditions down Baja Peninsula, our first major engine breakdown, and then sweet redemption discovered at Scorpion Bay, in the form of loooooong waves!

Enjoy the new Episode  here.

Our motto -- Eating well, no matter what the tribulations at sea

Our motto — Eating well, no matter what the tribulations at sea

ps. A note about prior videos: Our new episodes will be 10 minutes, which allows us to share the full story of our trip. Our previous videos (2-3 min) were experimental.  From now on we’ll produce only full episodes on Patreon; and short 15 sec Instagram teasers.  Many thanks!

Video Episode #5: Hook to Fork, Sea Venison

One of the most surprising parts of our voyage is how well we are eating!

People ask, “do you have a stove and a sink?”  Here is a video that will show the whole process of catching and cooking dinner, from “Hook-to-Fork”.

This video is about a 15lb Trevally Jack, which we prepare into “Sea Venison”. We’ve been eating so many different kinds of fish that we liken some to chicken, some to beef and this one in particular to venison..   It’s a red meat, hence the “crime scene” while Sabrina sweetly fillets the fish, an integral part of our cooking experience.


ps. If there’s good response we’ll try to make other “hook-to-forks” about our seafood exploits and old-fashioned boat cooking like bread, yogurt, and kim chi. So thumbs up if you enjoy it.