Kayak Cookery: A Handbook of Provisions and Recipes

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Menasha Ridge Press, May 10, 1997 - Cooking - 208 pages
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Whether you boat in the Canyon or kayak off the coast of Baja, eating is essential. Yet many paddle enthusiasts believe that eating well would be too much trouble. Linda Daniel's Kayak Cookery will show you how to be a culinary master on the water. Kayak Cookery reveals the art of making food complement the situation, from ways to getting pleasantly and properly fed to turning simple ingredients into a celebration. In addition, Daniel shows you what gear is essential, how to package and protect your food, and how to provision for long and short trips. From Crab Benedict and Shiitake Stir-Fry to Split Pea Souper and Sourdough Cobbler, Linda Daniel has mastered the art of gourmet cooking in the wild. Isn't it time you became a wilderness chef? (6 x 9, 208 pages, chart, illustration)

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