Présentation de l'éditeur
This book is not all foil packets, cooked on a stick, or grilled foods. Forget the beanie weenies too! It’s about preparing delicious meals on a single burner, with occasional use of a foil packet and the campfire. It has got some hints to make packing and cooking easier for whoever does the cooking too. There are some recipes to prepare at home, bringing them along ready-to-eat. Some are quick and easy to make, while others require slow simmering—ideal for a cold blustery day!
Nobody wants to be a slave to the camp kitchen—we all want to get out and enjoy nature, which is why we’re going camping to begin with. At the same time, appetites are raging after the fresh air and exercise and good meals make the experience even better. When we can have good, satisfying meals without slaving away over our stove or campfire, it’s the best of both worlds.
So, get going and go camping, while creating meals that will get you rave reviews with recipes that make your camp kitchen easy to use after preparing at home. Save time, energy, and money using the camp kitchen hacks as well.
Biographie de l'auteur
Gia Scott has camped her entire life, and has tried many styles of camping, including minimalism as well as excessive gear. She has spent a great deal of time camping with children, as well as with multi-family camp outs. Gia has also served as camp cook and prepared thousands of meals, both delicious and what was deemed as failed experiments. Much of her camping has also included lessons on foraging and survival tactics, as well as learning about native flora in a variety of locations and climates. Over the years, she has accompanied many novices into the more natural world, sometimes in campgrounds and sometimes in remote locations. So far, everyone who has ever ventured into the wilds with her has returned home, none the worse for wear. She has also gathered rave reviews from anyone fortunate enough to have joined a camp out when Gia has been the camp cook. Today, Gia is a grandmother and lives in Mississippi in a funny little house surrounded by gnarly old live oak trees. There, she writes from her desk or the kitchen table.