Camping in the great outdoors doesn't mean cookouts have to be limited to hot dogs on a stick. With the help of four simple tools—a cast iron skillet, a Dutch oven, skewers, or foil—this beginner-friendly cookbook shows you how to serve up hot and delicious meals fresh off your campfire.
What sets this campfire cookbook apart:
Campfire cooking basics—Learn how to build a cookout-ready campfire, which ingredients to bring along versus what to prep at home, how to best pack your cooler, and more.
Fun and easy recipes—From juicy camp burgers to triple berry cobbler, discover exciting new twists on campfire classics and creative new dishes that are sure to please.
Clear organization—Recipes are organized into sections for each of the four tools, making it simple to find the right recipe for the tools you have.
You won't even miss your kitchen with this easy-to-follow camp cookbook.
About the Author
Mountain Dude has extensively traveled, explored, and camped throughout several of the world’s continents, beginning in the Appalachian Mountain range when he was 16 years old. After decades of experiencing and studying cultures, ways of life, and foods of the world, he and his wife have returned home and settled down to live a peaceful, purposeful life on 37 acres surrounded by national forest, creeks, and wildlife in southeastern Tennessee.
"Todd, aka Mountain Dude, is a true outdoorsman and fire cooking legend; and Easy Campfire Cookbook is exactly the same! Full of delicious and quick meals cooked right over hot coals, this book will give you a great start to learning the basics for delicious meals around the campfire." —Derek Wolf, author and owner of Over The Fire Cooking
"It always seems like campfire cooks could be fun. This book gives you all of the tools, tips, and scrumptious recipes to get you started. I love seeing the breakdown of what to prepare at home before you leave and what steps to take at the campsite. Easy-to-execute, delicious recipes sure to make a memorable camping experience for anyone!" —Misty Banchero, @seattlebutcherswife