The Wilderness Chef: The Art and Craft of One-Pan Lightweight Trail Cooking

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2002 - Cooking - 320 pages
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Soups, stews, casseroles, biscuits, muffins and desserts can all be prepared in one pan over a single burner stove in the wilderness. John Weber's latest volume of The Wilderness Chef, The Art and Craft of One-Pan Lightweight Trail Cooking is a collection of more than 200 unique recipes that are easy and fast to prepare, lightweight and have the taste, texture, color and variety of meals cooked at home.

All the meals can be prepared using ingredients found in almost all medium to large grocery stores; no more expensive, hard-to-find commercially prepared outdoor foods. Best of all, by using TVP (textured vegetable protein) as a meat substitute, the meals can be made entirely from lightweight dry ingredients. You don't have to carry cans, jars or fresh foods into the wilderness to have great tasting meals anymore.

In addition to the recipes, John discusses camp sanitation, drying your own foods, pre-trip packing of foods and how to use the Outback Oven. He is truly a Wilderness Chef and with the help of The Wilderness Chef, The Art and Craft of One-Pan Lightweight Trail Cooking you can be too and change boring camp meals into culinary celebrations using only one pan.

 

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Four
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Dessert Recipes 227
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Five
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About the Author 303
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