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Shows us how to cook delicious and interesting meals with no electricity and limited ingredients. This book creates portable feasts like Baba Ghanoush, Chicken Tagine with Pine nuts and Raisins and Apricots with Gooey Nougat using just a barbecue or one-ring burner, demonstrating the best equipment to use for minimum mess and clearing up.
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It's quite incredible how cooking while camping has progressed from being simply a way to sustain oneself in the easiest manner possible to an art form of cooking up delicious meals with the most basic of equipment and utensils. 'The Camping Cookbook' by Annie Bell continues this trend by serving up over 60 delicious camping recipes for all sorts of locations, ingredients and equipment levels. Remarkably, most of the recipes don't call for anything other than a barbequeue or stove and saucepan and a sharp knife. And of course the ingredients! The book starts off with a few very good chapters on equipment and basic camping cooking knowhow and top tips. If you're a seasoned camper then this will most likely be common knowledge to you, but it's worth a read through nonetheless as there is always more to learn! The recipes range from meals that you'd be happy to prepare at home for dinner with friends (the yummy-looking Chicken Tagine with Pinenuts and Raisins) to recipes that are brilliant in their simplicity (the Fish Baked in Newspaper). They are all divided up into self-explanatory chapters, making it easy to pre-plan all your camping cuisine for your trip as well as finding recipes on the fly for those occasions when you've caught a fish or found some mussels that you just can't resist! The book has a plastic cover, which is a nice little touch showing that the author has really thought about the fact that this is going to be taken 'out in the wild', not just left on a cookbook stand in the kitchen. Overall, if you're going to buy a camping cookbook this season, then this is a good one to start with! There is enough variety to try a different meal every weekend for almost a year and if you re the adventurous type, many of the recipes form a good base for experimentation according to your own tastes and ingredients to hand. Highly recommended. --lovecamping.co.uk
There's no need to limit the contents of your hamper to sandwiches and Scotch eggs take tips from Annie Bell's Camping Cookbook and be creative with your picnic fare this summer. Released this June, the book celebrates alfresco dining at its best and aims to inspire campers and picnickers to rustle up new rustic dishes, from fun Famous Five-style picnics to more elaborate dishes such as newspaper baked fish and tasty single pot dishes. --Countryfile
Camping is fashionable these days, and campfire food is moving with the times. If you're not sure how to get beyond bangers and beans, Annie Bell's excellent and practical plastic-jacketed book on cooking outdoors will show you the way. --The Week
Annie Bell spent several years as cookery writer for Vogue, then as food writer on the Independent. She currently writes for the Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine, and is a contributor to Country Living and Waitrose Food Illustrated. She was winner of the Guild of Food Writers Cookery Writer of the Year in 2003.
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Book Description Kyle Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Rapidly dispatched worldwide from our clean, automated UK warehouse within 1-2 working days. Seller Inventory # mon0000034962