Camp Cooking in the Wild: The Black Feather Guide to Eating Well in the Great Outdoors

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Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2012 - Cooking - 207 pages
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Whether you are a beginner at camp cooking wondering how to create a menu and set up a kitchen inthe 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.

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This book is a good overview for both the novice, and the more experienced camper. It would seem, however, that the target audience is definitely those planning a canoe trip with a large group. There ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Wendy Grater - owner and director of Black Feather Wilderness Adventures, has been guiding and feeding people on camping trips for over 25 years. She has pioneered sea kayaking routes in Greenland, hiked remote Arctic wilderness and paddled too many rivers to count.
Mark Scriver - is a senior Black Feather Guide and has led canoe trips for over 20 years. A paddler for over thirty years, he has become one of the most respected and accomplished canoeists in the world. He won the World Championships in whitewater canoeing in 1997, and co-authored "Thrill of the Paddle", an instructional whitewater canoeing book.
Joanna Baker has a passion for playing and cooking in the outdoors. Her quest for adventure has led her on many journeys, both professionally as a former instructor for Canadian Outward Bound School and personally as a traveller. Not satisfied with the standard canoe trip menu, she strives to add a twist of creativity to her meal planning. Joanna contributed recipes, tips, and tricks for this book in hopes of inspiring others to get creative too!

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