Solar Cooking for Home & Camp
By Linda Frederick Yaffe
Quickly toss together the ingredients for Cashew Curry, place it in the solar cooker, point the cooker to the midday sun, and head to work. You'll come home to a ready-to-eat meal. Solar cooking is a simple and easy way to prepare a meal without constant stirring and watching pots or heating up the kitchen, but simply using the sun's heat. Easy recipes can be made at home or in camp with little preparation, and the book even includes instructions for making your own solar box cooker or folding panel cooker. If you are interested in cooking in a solar cooker, this book is for you. Measures 8-1/4" x 5.5" with 120 pages and many recipes.
Cooking the Dutch Oven Way
By Woody Woodruff
You can use these simple recipes to make delicious meals without a lot of fuss, at your campsite or even in your own backyard. Whether you're a Dutch oven novice or a veteran cooker, this essential reference will tell you all you need to know to cook, fry, or bake quick and tasty dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even desert. You'll learn how to select, use, and care for your Dutch oven; tips for storing meat and cooking wild game; low-cholesterol, heart-healthy dishes; plus more than 180 mouthwatering and easy to make recipes. Measures 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" with 192 pages and B&W photos.
The Outdoor Dutch Oven Cookbook
By Sheila Mills
Marrying the traditional cast-iron pot with contemporary cooking styles and tastes, The Outdoor Dutch Oven Cookbook offers more than 200 creative, delicious, original recipes - each prepared, tested and refined by Sheila Mills, one of America's finest outdoor cooks. This is not your cowboy kettle fare of meat, beans, and biscuits. Rather, these are healthy, innovative, gourmet recipes. Measures 7" x 7" with 170 pages.
The Well-Fed Backpacker
By June Fleming
A vastly expanded edition, the new Well-Fed Backpacker offers a long list of food sources, new material on drying techniques and many more winter meals to provide heat and sustenance on an icy hike. Three new chapters cover: "Gourmet Feasting" - how to dine really well on the trail without carrying along unnecessary equipment; "Baking Up a Storm" - recipes for culinary gems such as cheddar cheese biscuits and spiced coffee cake; and "Good Eating on a Bootlace" - pennywise suggestions for portable, tasty, protein-rich meals. There are menus for spring, summer, autumn and winter. Measures 8" x 5-1/4" with 182 pages.
By Tim & Christine Conners
A new kind of outdoor cookbook, this all-in-one food guide is filled with trail-tested recipes providing at-home preparation directions, trailside cooking instructions, nutritional information, serving details, and the weight of packable ingredients. You'll also get meal-planning tips from experienced long-distance hikers. And once you've chosen your favorite recipes, mastered your outdoor cooking skills, and are ready for your backcountry trip, consult the back of the book for information about America's National Scenic and Historic Trails. Measures 9" x 6" with 231 pages.
Yvonne Prater & Ruth Dyar Mendenhall
This book provides favorite trail recipes from outdoor experts, celebrities, and industry leaders. It includes 133 recipes from GORP and glop to gourmet. There are stories behind the recipes and their contributors. Includes tips on outdoor cooking basics, food drying techniques, and trail food lore. This cookbook is about the people behind the recipes and their adventures (and misadventures) in the outdoors. Soft cover measures 8-1/4" x 5-1/4". 237 pages.
By Linda Frederick Yaffe
With more than 150 recipes, this book shows that meals on the trail can be as delicious and varied as meals prepared at home. You can create meals to suit your tastes or diet - vegetarian, low fat, Asian, Italian, et. Meals prepared and dehydrated at home are compact and lightweight, perfect for the backpacker, and safer than packing perishable foods. The author shows how to prepare the meals so they will travel well and will be easy to reconstitute in camp. The easy step-by-step instructions detail how to cook and dry lightweight, satisfying meals at home and then prepare them easily in camp. 8-1/4" x 5-1/2" with 147 pages.
The Dandelion Celebration
By Dr. Peter Gail
If you can't beat them, eat'em, is one way to look at it. This is the book that started all the current interest in the value of dandelions. Of course, there are also health and nutritional benefits, the great taste when you complement them with the right ingredients to mask the bitterness), and the wide variety of ways to prepare dandelion roots, flowers and greens. This book is the definitive guide to enjoying dandelions in everything from breads, casseroles and pizza to wine, coffee, and dessert. Discover the history and the nutritional and medicinal properties of this lawnscaping arch villain as you learn how to pick, prepare and savor every part of the plant. 160 pages with 9 photos. 5.5" x 8.5" paperback. SIGNED COPY
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The Great Dandelion Cookbook
By Judi Strauss and Dr. Peter Gail
This is basically Volume II of "The Dandelion Celebration." Since 1994 cooks with dandelion in their heritage have been invited to share their recipes and win prizes in the National Dandelion Cookoff. This is a compilation of the over 125 recipes from the finalists in the first five cookoffs. The yummiest of the these recipes - from dandyburgers and dandeolis (raviolis made with dandelions) to dandelion flower drop cookies - have been collected here. This is a great addition to The Dandelion Celebration. SIGNED COPY
23407 - The Great Dandelion Cookbook - $10.95