Preparing food in the wild is not as easy as cooking at home. But with the additional tools you can bring along, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Once you have your campfire set up and allowed it to turn to charcoal or charcoal-like briquets, you’re ready to make some delicious foods, with the help of the recipes in this book. Technology will afford you with many more updated tools than your parents had when they camped out. It’s easier than it used to be.
Campfire cooking uses ingredients similar to those you have at home, but the cooking methods are quite different. There is no fridge handy to store cold foods in, and no oven for heat on demand.
Some of your favorite childhood memories may involve the food your family cooked while camping. There’s nothing quite like relaxing around a fire on a brisk evening, when the heat is somewhat welcome, and the warm dinners help to keep it at bay.
In this cookbook, you’ll find many types of recipes, from breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts to side dishes and appetizers. Check out the variety of foods you can use, and pack the ingredients for your favorites, so you can make them in the wild. Turn the page, and let’s campfire cook.