6 X 8 In
48 Full-Color illustrations
Ages 7 To 11
With These Sensible and Sensitive Safety-First Recipes, This Upbeat Book Guides Kids Through The Fun and Rewarding Process of Campfire Cooking. Whether They're At A Campground With Other Campers, In The Forest With A Scouting Group, Or Simply In Their Own Backyard With Their Family. They'll Become Familiar With All The Basic Methods For Successful Outdoor Cooking.
About the Author
Fran Lee has illustrated and designed many books in our activity book series including Cooking on a Stick, Haunting on a Halloween, Riding on a Range, Wishing on a Star, and Putting on a Party. Fran lives with her husband in Portland, Oregon.
Linda White is the author if Sleeping in a Sack, Cooking on a Stick, and Trekking on a Trail. She lives in Loveland, Colorado.
Read an Excerpt
Campers do it.
Cowpokes do it.
City people sometimes travel miles to do it.
They all cook over a campfire. Sometimes they roast marshmallows in the middle of a forest. Other times they grill salmon in a city park. Whatever they are preparing, it always tastes better cooked out-of-doors. Fresh air and the smell of wood smoke stir the appetite. Without refrigerators, stoves, or microwaves, outdoor cooks can create great mealssometimes even better than the ones at home!
Table of Contents
Cooking Over a Campfire 6
Cooking Equipment 12
Packing List 14
Cooking on a Stick 15
Cooking in a Pouch 24
Cooking on a Grate or Grill 36
Tasty Snacks and Trail Food 44
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I absolutely love this book. We use it at home and with cub scouts all the time. I have loaned my book out so many times I need a new one just so I can always have a copy for myself.
For any cub scout leaders, this is a good one to add to your library.
My granddaughter love this book. She has 4 chldren and these recipes are kid-friendly. Very likely she will use these recipes.