Okay. So I have some culinary skills and I like to spearfish, but I sold my boat. So I start thinking, "I wonder if I could bribe some of these guys with good food?"
They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, so how about in addition to pay for fuel, I also trade my galley Biatch and pseudo chef services for a boat ride?
I make a lot of good food, but not all is suitable with a spearfisherman's predive diet. After the dive though....
Some of my specialities are seafood linguine with super cheesy real deal Alfredo sauce made from real butter, fresh whole cream, garlic, white wine and lots of cheese. Also Jack Daniels Belgium chocolate pecan pie. I make a variety of paleo deserts that are great boat snacks and healthy. A huge amount of other stuff.
I can make sushi, I'm one of the best BBQ gurus around (like most Canadians since we BBQ all winter in like 60 below) and I also smoke beef, pork, fish and cold smoke cheese, salmon and meats for the BBQ for that extra special flavour.
I had my guides license back home and have spent months in the bush and fish camp. I also owned a Cal 34 and have cooked at my slip and at sea. I can do shitloads with a single burner and a BBQ or fire. I make awesome shore lunches, and even smoke fish with camp fires and cardboard boxes that can be made fast and burned afterward. I am multi talented my friends.
I also have some secret recipes, including a bad ass sweet and sour secret fish sauce from a family recipe that goes back generations.
AND...there are plenty of things I can make ahead of time for breakfast and lunch.
I hope some of y'all take me up on it. There are a few SoCal spearos who have tested my vittles and can vouch for the food. I genuinely love to cook, almost as much I like to hunt on land and in water. P.S. Ask about my whole smoked tenderloins and real deal Canadian bacon - not that crap you get here.