Increasing numbers of us are camping and while there are numerous guides to where to stay and what to do, there is little to help us how to cook in this challenging setting.
In this beautifully illustrated new book shot on location in France and England, Annie Bell shows us how to cook delicious and interesting meals with no electricity and limited ingredients. She creates portable feasts like Baba Ghanoush, Chicken Tagine with Pine nuts and Raisins and Apricots with Gooey Nougat using just a barbecue or one-ring burner, demonstrating the best equipment to use for minimum mess and clearing up.
From picnic lunches via tea and cake to one-pot cooking and sweet treats this inspirational guide has over 60 recipes for every occasion, so you can eat in style wherever you are.
Annie Bell spent several years as a cookery writer for Vogue, then as a food writer with the Independent. She is currentle the principal cookery writer on the Mail on Sunday's You magazine. BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme describes Annie as the 'Queen of Outdoor Cooking.'
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