Perfect for patrol-sized groups, this easy-to-follow cookbook offers simple recipes for complete and balanced meals that feed six to eight (recipes may be adapted up or down). Recipes accommodate cooking on open fire, coals or camp stove. A great choice for the beginning outdoor chef. Soft cover. Learn More
Second edition is revised and updated with over 200 lightweight, trail-tested recipes for backcountry trips from experienced, long-distance hikers.
Perfect for Venturers and Scouts on extended camping trips, this valuable resource takes you from the planning of your meals through their preparation, including easy-to-follow instructions on using, preparing, and integrating dehydrated foods into your camping meals. Learn More
Authors Rick Browne and Jack Bettridge present America's best barbecue recipes from coast to coast. Acclaimed by critics nationwide for its fresh, fun, and authentic approach to America's oldest cooking style, this cookbook - and its counterpart, the PBS 13-part TV series Barbecue America - take readers and viewers to barbecue meccas around the country and, most important, teach people how to "cook up great Que" at home. Learn More
Don Jacobson has come up with ways (175 of them!) to spice things up with fresh food on the trail, along with how to plan for, pack for, and prepare delicious outdoor meals with less gear and fewer hassles. Second edition; paperback; 257 pages. Learn More