Monday, July 9, 2012

{Review} Camp Cooking in the Wild: The Black Feather Guide to Eating Well in the Great Outdoors by Mark Scriver, Wendy Grater, Joanna Baker

Camp Cooking in the Wild: The Black Feather Guide to Eating Well in the Great Outdoors
by Mark Scriver, Wendy Grater, Joanna Baker
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
Released: April 1st 2012
Genre: Non-Fiction- Cooking
How I got it: NetGalley

Whether you are a beginner at camp cooking wondering how to create a menu and set up a kitchen in the woods, or a more experienced camper looking for some new techniques and recipe ideas, Camp Cooking can help.
Wendy Grater, Mark Scriver of Black Feather Wilderness Adventures and senior guide Joanna Baker have been feeding groups of all sizes, on all kinds of outdoor trips. for well over half a century combined. In Camp Cooking, they share their extensive knowledge, favorite recipes and proven methods so that you too can make your on trip meals successful. Beautiful photographs, clear instructions, expert advice, and a lot of great recipes make this an indispensable guide for anyone who wants to eat well in the wild.

Review: This was really interesting. I loved all the information in this book. The various ways of cooking. I like how it included all the different  ways you can cook in the outdoors. How to cook certain foods, and what food would serve best. It has all the equipment that you'll need and how to use it. I did wish there were more recipes in here. Yet the ones that are inculde are designed for beginner campers and those more familiar with cooking out doors. I think this is a good book for anyone who's interested in camping, hiking etc.


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