Synopses & Reviews
Camping fare typically includes burgers and hot dogs, and while these are certainly easy, get ready to rethink the cuisine that can be savored over the open flame. With recipes like Spiced Currant Scones, Maple-Glazed Salmon, and Tomato Tarte Tatin, Huck and Young celebrate delicious food and the great outdoors. They also include step-by-step instructions for activities such as stargazing, foraging for woodland berries, and minding one's fruits of the sea (or, how to clean a fish). Campfire Cookery proves that the campfire can not only be a blissful escape but a true culinary destination.
Praise for Campfire Cookery:
“Co-authors Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young provide the inspiration and wherewithal to make campfire cooking civilized and delicious.”
—Wall Street Journal
“Get inspired by the outdoor culinary flair.”
"Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young were wise enough to put a photo of the old-fashioned campfire favorite on the cover of their new Campfire Cookery. They also were wise enough to include campfire cocktail recipes to wash the s'mores down."
“Campfire Cookery is one of those cookbooks you need to buy two of.”
“The beauty of this book is that it evokes a simpler era when things werent automatic, when all cooking required the primal flame, and when cooking and eating was more than just about the food.”
Shares detailed, step-by-step instructions for campfire cooking that explores the broader aspects of cooking in nature, combining recipes for such fare as Spiced Currant Scones and Maple-Glazed Salmon with information about stargazing, berry-picking and cleaning fish. 30,000 first printing.
About the Author
Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young have acted as recipe testers and developers on many cookbooks including Paula Deen’s The Deen Family Cookbook. They live in Brooklyn, New York.