The Wilderness Cooking Handbook

The Wilderness Cooking Handbook

by J. Wayne Fears

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Overview

This cooking handbook shows you the basic cooking skills that can convert any fireplace, woodstove, or patio into an alternate-energy cooking site. J. Wayne Fears records the old ways of cooking that are slowly disappearing, and passes along recipes that are created by those with less complicated lifestyles. This useful, informative guide demonstrates how to build an open fire and use it for cooking, and gives you tips on mastering the backpack and sheepherder's stoves. Smoking, drying, and charcoal cooking can be enjoyed at home, at the cabin, or in the wilderness. In here, you'll find recipes for everything from simple bannock - the bread of the wilderness - to hearty Camphouse Roast Beef.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493022052
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 03/15/2016
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

J. Wayne Fears is one of America's most prolific outdoor writers. He has published more than 6000 magazine articles as well as 32 books. He was elected into the Explorers Club and enshrined among the Legends of the Outdoors Hall of Fame. Fears called upon his four decades of experience as an explorer, backcountry outfitter, and wildlife professional to write the Wilderness Cooking Handbook. He now lives in Alabama.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
1. Mastering the Backpack Stove
2. The Art of Building a Cooking Fire
3. Cooking Without Utensils
4. Cooking with Aluminum
5. The Versatile Dutch Oven
6. Reflector-Oven Baking
7. The Sheepherder's Stove
8. Bannock—Bread of the Wilderness
9. Sourdough—Bread of Legend
10. Make Your Own Jerky
11. Trail Foods You Can Make Ahead
12. Making Your Own Dried Food
13. Smoking Food
14. Cooking with Charcoal
15. Bean Hole Cooking
16. Making Water Safe for COoking
17. Backcountry Drinks
18. Cooking at High Elevations

Appendices
1. List of Suppliers
2. List of Recipes
Index
More Wilderness Recipes

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