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Boy Scout Campfire Recipes

A guide to cooking while camping provides hundreds of recipes for all kinds of meals that may be made using dutch ovens, camp stoves, fire pits, and grills, or that do not require cooking at all.
Title: The Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook
Author: Conners, Christine/ Conners, Tim
Publisher: Globe Pequot Pr
Publication Date: 2008/05/01
Number of Pages: 357
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2008020229

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #31808 in Books
  • Published on: 2008-05-01
  • Original language: English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 8.98″ h x .98″ w x 5.98″ l, 1.20 pounds
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 408 pages
Boy Scout Campfire Recipes

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful.
5GREAT
By Donna Pettigrew
I’m a outdoor trainer for Girl Scouts– this cookbook is excellent for the new to experienced person. All the receipes are tried and true, from the easy level to the advanced. Everything you need to know, how to cook using stick, one pot, dutch oven, cardboard box, paper bag, ingredients, type of fire, even to the number of charcole brickets you need are included. It’s easy to read and understand. I highly recommend it to anyone that cooks outdoors. I’ve done 3 outdoor trainings using it, and every leader there (including people who have never cooked outside), purchased a book. The receipes can also be cooked in your kitchen. Try it, you won’t be disappointed. Christine and Tim have done their homework on this book.

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful.
5Excellent resource
By Robert Petz
This is a fantastic book for those interested in outdoor cooking. Unlike other vague “outdoor cooking” books (“add meat and season to taste”…duh, I need a book for that?) this book gives you exact ingredients down to the size of the supplies (i.e., 14 fl. oz. can) to make your meal planning EXTREMELY simple. Serving sizes are listed so you can gauge if you need to make more or less based on your group and the recipes are top notch with detailed directions. Not only are recipes classified by type (breakfast, lunch, etc), they’re also categorized by skill level (easy to advanced) and have icons for the cookware to use (skillet, dutch oven, etc). There is a section on cookware selection and care as well as tips and tricks to keep your wares in great shape and how NOT to burn the food. I picked this up since my son is more active in scouting now with campouts and since it’s been quite some time since I’ve cooked outside the kitchen or grill, I knew I needed help. This book made me look like a pro! I have even brought my dutch oven to the firehouse and made dinner (Tomahawk Casserole) and then dessert (Chattanooga Cheesecake) for the guys and got rave reviews. One guy even stayed over from his shift to sample to food because “it smelled so darn good”. I recommend this book for any Cub/Boy Scout leader, outdoorsman, or backyard camper (there’s even a recipe for the world’s largest s’mores). Easy to read, easy to follow, and very tasty…even for picky eaters (i.e., my kids)! You won’t go wrong with this book. Best money I ever spent on a cookbook.

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful.
5Brings back memories and gives new ideas
By James A. Lehr
The Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook does, indeed bring back memories and gives new ideas! Simple, easy meals are described. Whether carried miles by backpack or prepared in a cast-iron Dutch oven, these culinary delights are practical as well as mouth watering. Also, these recipes kindle the spark of innovation, and create unique dining experiences as we all want and need in the wilds. These wonderful foods are not for the sit at home, or the weight watcher, but for the robust, trail-pounding adventurers burning calories and experiencing adventure

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