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The Big Book of Camp Cooking [Kindle Edition]

Gia Scott
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Book Description

This book is not all foil packets, cooked on a stick, or grilled foods. Forget the beanie weenies too! It’s about preparing delicious meals on a single burner, with occasional use of a foil packet and the campfire. It has got some hints to make packing and cooking easier for whoever does the cooking too. There are some recipes to prepare at home, bringing them along ready-to-eat. Some are quick and easy to make, while others require slow simmering—ideal for a cold blustery day!

Nobody wants to be a slave to the camp kitchen—we all want to get out and enjoy nature, which is why we’re going camping to begin with. At the same time, appetites are raging after the fresh air and exercise and good meals make the experience even better. When we can have good, satisfying meals without slaving away over our stove or campfire, it’s the best of both worlds.

So, get going and go camping, while creating meals that will get you rave reviews with recipes that make your camp kitchen easy to use after preparing at home. Save time, energy, and money using the camp kitchen hacks as well.


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  • File Size: 241 KB
  • Print Length: 134 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1496167015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IU8PDGU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #322,169 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Think convenience when the wind is blowing rain or hail across that picnic table or flat rock. Making some things at home -- check. Bringing along some ready-made but trusted processed foods -- also check. From scratch may be your fate someday, when your home is underwater or burnt to the ground (I've been in floods and fires, no fun) and the red cross runs out of ready made. Meanwhile, you're in the boonies to enjoy yourself, yes? So don't sweat it. Let Gia's lifetime of experience help.

These simple recipes are tested, not just once, but many, many times. Accordingly they are described in a straightforward, accessible prose. If you have sausage in the cooler and some cans of beans, you're on. Caught fish? fry 'em right. Sack full of potatoes? Book full of ideas.

I especially appreciate the kitchen hacks at the end of the book, and will be making some of those petroleum jelly/cotton ball fire starters.
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5.0 out of 5 stars camp cooking July 5, 2014
By MJW1382
Format:Paperback
really has a lot of tips for camping out and keeping the family and friends fed,
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars July 16, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
It's okay.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not too bad but not from scratch April 28, 2014
By Juli
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
If you're looking for recipes from scratch this isn't the book for you, but is got some good ideas and great tips and its not all packages food recipes.
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More About the Author

Gia Scott was born, just like everyone else, but she also was born to a family that included politicians, used car dealers, and horse traders. Along with that illustrious lineage, she was related to vaudeville performers, horse trainers, cowboys, entrepreneurs, teachers, and preachers. With such diversity surrounding her from childhood, she still managed to grow up and develop a deep love of books. It was only natural that along the way, she would write them too. The Survivors: The Time of Chaos is her first published novel. More will undoubtedly follow. She also writes outdoor activity material, cooking/cookbooks, emergency preparation material, and true-to-life stories, both in book format and for website material.

Today, after many incarnations along the way, Gia Scott lives in Mississippi with her husband, three dogs, and two cats in a funny little house surrounded by very big and gnarly trees. Having reached that age of privilege, she can often be found in her garden, wearing peculiar clothes and tending her plants. When she can talk her husband into it, they enjoy going for road trips, looking for the elusive town of New Hope. In between road trips and gardening, she manages to fit in an internet radio talk show called the Dawn of Shades, interviewing a variety of people, including other authors, and promoting causes dear to her heart.

In addition to all of that, she does maintain blogs on general topics, cooking & food, and camping, emergency preparedness & outdoors activities, including camping. She also helps with content for websites. In between, she is having the time of her life as a grandma to an adorable little girl who just so happens to be the most beautiful and most intelligent little girl in the world. (Obviously, she is totally unbiased, right?)



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