- Publisher: Alaska Northwest Publishing, Juneau, Alaska; First Edition edition (1962)
- ASIN: B000GX7GLM
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,866,181 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Alaskan Camp Cook Spiral-bound – 1962
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There are also more appetizing recipes such as moose stroganoff or a spaghetti made with crab.
It's very game meat centered. Most of the recipes feature game, birds and seafood that you can find in Alaska such as moose, ptarmigan, and salmon.
There are a few recipes for berries and edible wild plants up here as well. They do not include photos or drawings, but the text is descriptive. If you're really curious about wild plants and berries that are edible in Alaska, I recommend getting the publication that the UAF Cooperative Extension service has available.
It's a wonderful look at Alaska through food, and some of the seafood recipes are wonderful.
The book is spiral bound, with line art illustrations. The recipes are written in the same format as you would expect with classic old Church and fundraiser cookbooks.