Feast by Firelight: Simple Recipes for Camping, Cabins, and the Great Outdoors

Have you or your partner ever wanted to learn how to cook marvellous and delicious food suitable for cooking and serving under the stars? If so, this is the book for you. The included recipes make cooking in the open air feel effortless and fun. It shows how to prepare food at home and pack the cooler so that the food can be cooked and eaten while on a camping trip, in the cabin or wherever you might be. The food is even good enough to be able to eat at home in a dining room, kitchen or cook on the patio barbeque if you really wanted to.

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This useful book comes in two different formats: There is a Kindle format for the eReader and a glossy hardcover for reading the old fashioned way. This book isn’t just a mine of useful recipes and other information it is also plush enough to leave on the coffee table for your dinner party guests to browse through, but don’t forget to prepare one of the included recipes for your guests to try.

The book doesn’t only look like a good quality hardcover, it is also packed full of useful information such as how to build a fire; how to pack a cooler box; it provides detailed menus, useful shopping lists and lists of ‘must have’ equipment for the outdoor chef. There are seventy recipes described inside the book as well as clever use of evocative photography and useful illustrations of the preparation processes, outdoor cooking methods, completed dishes and useful serving suggestions.

  • Seventy recipes for you to try outdoor cookery
  • Not only recipes but lots of other useful and relevant information for the outdoor chef
  • Lovely professional food photography and useful illustrations
  • Everything the outdoor chef needs to know to make the camping feast a successful operation
  • The standard of the meal is just so good, no one would believe it was cooked ‘al fresco’
  • The detailed food preparation, equipment and working area needed to make these recipes work, means that they probably wouldn’t be suitable for a backpacking trek, there would be just too much to carry