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Cooking on a Stick: Campfire Recipes for Kids (Gibbs Smith Jr. Activity)by Linda White
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Going on a family camping trip? Watching dad grill burgers in the backyard? Hiking with your scouting group? Then you'll want to help the adults make some food you really want to eat. With two dozen easy-to follow recipes for all kinds of food — from main dishes to desserts — you'll have plenty of choices. How about Moose Kabobs? Or Loony Eggs? Cozy Caves? Maybe Deer Baubles? Whatever you choose, you'll learn how to prepare it on a stick, in a pouch, or on the grill. Simple ingredients and preparation, thorough safety guidelines, and basic campfire instructions will help make all of your supervised outings fun ones.
With these sensible and sensitive safety-first recipes, this upbeat book guides kids through the fun and rewarding process of campfire cooking. Whether they're at a campground with other campers, in the forest with a scouting group, or simply in their own backyard with their family, they'll become familiar with all the basic methods for successful outdoor cooking. Three cooking methods are explained with recipes given for each: cooking on a stick, in a pouch, and on the grill.
Gives instructions for preparing two dozen foods while outdoors. Includes safety guidelines and basic campfire instructions.
6 X 8 In
48 Full-Color illustrations
Ages 7 To 11
With These Sensible and Sensitive Safety-First Recipes, This Upbeat Book Guides Kids Through The Fun and Rewarding Process of Campfire Cooking. Whether They're At A Campground With Other Campers, In The Forest With A Scouting Group, Or Simply In Their Own Backyard With Their Family. They'll Become Familiar With All The Basic Methods For Successful Outdoor Cooking.
Three Cooking Methods Are Explained With Recipes Given For Each:
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