Campground Cookery: Great Recipies for Any Outdoor Activity (Google eBook)

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Paradise Cay Publications, Apr 1, 2007 - Cooking - 200 pages
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Campground Cookery is the complete guide to outdoor cooking, and a wonderful addition to your cookbook collection. It has been used extensively not only by campers and backyard barbecuers, but also by scouting troops, youth groups, tailgaters, and wilderness outfitters nationwide. What's the secret behind terrific outdoor cooking? Knowledge of the basics, seasoned with just the right dash of creativity . . . and a pinch of fun. If your family complains about eating the same old thing on picnics and camping trips, or if your grilling menu simply seems a little tired, perk it up with some tasty suggestions from this classic outdoor cookbook. Campground Cookery begins with the basics - how to build a campfire suitable for cooking, how to start a grill, and basic recipes for cooking all types of food outdoors. There are also expanded instructions on dutch ovens, reflector ovens, pie irons, camp stoves and the like, for chefs who enjoy something a bit more adventureous and fun! Then, Campground Cookery goes a step further, with many delectable recipies.
  

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Contents

Cooking Over an Open Fire
2
Charcoal Grills
6
Direct vs Indirect Grilling
9
Some Helpful Grilling Tips
11
Wrapping the Food Packages
13
Creating Cooking Utensils
15
Cooking Tips for Foil Wrapped Meals
20
Dutch Oven Cooking
21
BREAKFASTS
48
SALADS
62
SOUPS and STEWS
70
SANDWICHES
76
FISH AND SEAFOOD
84
MEATS
106
POULTRY
117
VEGETABLES
132

For Baking
22
How It Works Gauging the Temperature Inside the Oven
23
Special Hints
24
Camp Stoves Pie Irons
26
Getting Started
27
BEVERAGES
28
SNACKS and TRAIL MIXES
32
BREADS
42
DIPS and SAUCES
143
KIDS STUFF
150
PIE IRONS
156
DESSERTS
164
CAMP KITCHEN CHECKLISTS
172
MEASUREMENTS SUBSTITUTIONS
174
INDEX
176
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About the author (2007)

Brenda Kulibert is a free-lance writer whose monthly columns on outdoor cooking have appeared in Camping and RV Magazine and Wisconsin's Great Outdoors

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