Synopses & Reviews
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
This book explains how to build the right kind of fire for the best results with a minimum of time and effort. Tempting recipes for hungry fishermen and hunters include pot roasts, mulligan stews, and dishes made from fish of various kinds, bear meat, buffalo, venison, upland game birds, rabbit, woodchuck, and many more.
"This book is fun even if you don't like to cook. But if you do-grease up the old Dutch oven and forget your diet."—Dan Sellard, Eugene Register-Guard Emerald Empire Dan Sellard
"This is an excellent, honest, informative book, one that would make a good Christmas present for the outdoorsman who enjoys campfire cooking and who would like to gain skill in the use of the remarkably useful but neglected Dutch oven."—Nelson Bryant, New York Times Eugene Register-Guard Emerlad Empire
The cast iron Dutch oven is one of the most versatile pieces of cookware ever invented. After being pushed into the background by the Teflon revolution for many years, the Dutch oven is making a comeback. Outdoor specialist Don Holm offers tips on how to make a variety of delicious Dutch oven dishes. Although this is primarily an outdoor cookbook, the information also will be helpful in the modern kitchen.
About the Author
Don Holm was born in North Dakota in 1918 where he attended grade and high schools. Later he attended the Univ of Texas, Portland State Univ, Multnomah College and Lewis and Clark College. From 1936 to 1941 he traveled widely, served in the U.S. Navy during WWII.