How to prepare simple, delicious meals on the trail If you think eating in the backcountry means either cooking out of your car trunk on a multiburner stove or subsisting on dried fruit and freeze-dried pouch food, think again. In the first case youare not really in the backcountry, and in the second case, says Don Jacobson, youare not really eating. The One Pan Gourmet shows you how to enjoy Mother Nature and enjoy easy, tasty, and satisfying meals using fresh ingredients and only one pan, pot, or small oven. Don has gathered and trail-tested all the recipes, and he's added some new favorites for this edition. He's also included up-to-date information on cookware, outdoor stoves, and water filtration, as well as: More than 175 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert Vegetarian options and low-fat choices Provisioning and packing advice Weekend menu plans for pan, pot, and oven qWill improve the eating habits of all hikers. Gives the overnighter a delightful (yet luxurious) addition of tasteful, well-devised meals that require only one pan, pot, or do-it-yourself stove.qaSierra Outdoors qJammed full of a wide variety of dishes.qaSea Kayaker qOffers a unique perspective on using fresh foods in the wild.qaAmerican HikerNote that the time it takes the pressure cooker to come to pressure will differ according the type and quantity of food youa#39;re cooking, but once ita#39;s at ... Adapted from Presto pressure cooker instruction manual, National Presto Industries. Adaptedanbsp;...
|Title||:||One-Pan Gourmet Fresh Food On The Trail 2/E|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-02-24|