When adventure calls, hunger is never far away: Hiking, climbing, or sleeping beneath the stars makes our stomachs rumble. A quick carbonara with avocado, some rustic hash browns, or a Virgin Mojito will satisfy the appetite and perk up the mood of any hungry camper van driver.
The Great Outdoors explains how to cook on an open fire and presents the best outdoor cooking equipment and the most delicious recipes for different meals of the day. From on-the-go sandwiches to self-made pesto, preserved delicacies, or power food - this cook book is an essential for your next road trip or camping vacation. Take it along and you will be sure to make new friends on the road and on the campsite.
Chef and outdoor enthusiast Markus Sämmer quit his job in high-end gastronomy to travel Australia and eventually become a self-employed chef a couple of years ago. He developed the recipes in The Great Outdoors on the road in his Volkswagen van. His German edition of The Great Outdoors - 120 Recipes for Adventure Cooking has already been a tremendous success.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 272 Pages
Dimensions: 20 × 27 cm
Author: Markus Sammer
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
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