The Wilderness Cookbook : A Guide to Good Food on the Trail

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Accessible, tasty recipes to make camping and backcountry trips easier.

This cookbook provides a range of simple, tasty meals for people who like to get away from crowded campgrounds and still enjoy great food. In addition to step-by-step recipes and meal plans, it provides easy-to-follow processes for drying vegetables and fruits, and tips for travelling with fresh produce. A perfect guide for a deliciously satisfying trail adventure.

Praise & Recognition

This inspirational story exemplifies how much children can achieve with very little resources. Canadian Children's Book News

Details

Publication Date: May 14, 1999

Genre: Adult Nonfiction

Product Format: Paperback

Pages: 168

ISBN: 978-1-896764-18-4

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About the Author

Bonnie McTaggart

Bonnie McTaggart is a retired Registered Nurse who has spent twenty-five years perfecting mealtime in the wilderness.
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Jill Bryant

About the Author

Jill Bryant

Jill Bryant is a Canadian writer who specializes in children’s non-fiction. Born in Toronto, Jill grew up in Elora and Eden Mills, Ontario. She is a regular contributor to Know magazine and reviewer for Quill & Quire. Jill has lived in Japan, the U.S., England, and Germany. She now makes her home in historic Kingston, Ontario with her husband and their two school-aged daughters.
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About the Illustrator

Chum McLeod

Chum McLeod is the illustrator of Business in Bangkok, Belfry Bat the Scaredy Cat, and Aunt Fred is a Witch. She lives in Barrie, Ontario.
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