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Camper Food And Stories

Author : Els Sirejacob
ISBN : 9460582699
Genre : Cooking
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Features camper traveling tips and tricks as well as recipes to enjoy on the road, all year roundChef and food stylist Els Sirejacob and food photographer Bram Debaenst know all about good food, and how to make it look delicious in photos. They have something else in common as well, they both love traveling in a camper van. In this book, they've combined the things they love most in life. It's a cookbook with lots of recipes and tricks to prepare good food on the road, all year round. It's also so much more: the beautiful photos will spark your imagination and the personal stories really bring to life the wonderful feeling of being on the road and free. The chapters correspond to the different regions and countries Bram and Els visited in Europe: from the Black Forest in Germany to Cornwall in England and from the Ardennes to Northern Greece. The practical tips - where to camp or not to camp, how to avoid stress before your trip, what to pack - are an extra asset.
Category: Cooking

The Kid Looks Back Short Stories Tall Tales

Author : Ritchie R. Moorhead
ISBN : 9781463408466
Genre : Nature
File Size : 71.48 MB
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The Kid Looks Back is a collection of sixty-eight stories that cover a wide range of topics. I hope that his book will be a gentle hiding place where you can go to get away from something, return to something or go where you have never been. Some of these stories are true. Others are factually true, although bit embellished. Others are outright fabrications. Most look back to a kinder, mellower time. Digging for worms, swimming in a pond, using an outhouse or wading in a river may bring gross evaluations from our urbanized cousins. I hope that this book introduces them to life – with a smile. Most of the stories have a message. Many are simply humorous. Entertainment is the motive. Carefree is the mood. Try to find yourself within these pages. May the beak of reality crack your comfort shell. Start anywhere. Finish anytime. Enjoy!
Category: Nature

True Bear Tales

Author : David E. Young
ISBN : 0962366420
Genre : Bear attacks
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Category: Bear attacks

How Canadians Communicate Vi

Author : Charlene Elliott
ISBN : 9781771990257
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 49.6 MB
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Food nourishes the body, but our relationship with food extends far beyond our need for survival. Food choices not only express our personal tastes but also communicate a range of beliefs, values, affiliations and aspirations—sometimes to the exclusion of others. In the media sphere, the enormous amount of food-related advice provided by government agencies, advocacy groups, diet books, and so on compete with efforts on the part of the food industry to sell their product and to respond to a consumer-driven desire for convenience. As a result, the topic of food has grown fraught, engendering sometimes acrimonious debates about what we should eat, and why. By examining topics such as the values embedded in food marketing, the locavore movement, food tourism, dinner parties, food bank donations, the moral panic surrounding obesity, food crises, and fears about food safety, the contributors to this volume paint a rich, and sometimes unsettling portrait of how food is represented, regulated, and consumed in Canada. With chapters from leading scholars such as Ken Albala, Harvey Levenstein, Stephen Kline and Valerie Tarasuk, the volume also includes contributions from “food insiders”—bestselling cookbook author and food editor Elizabeth Baird and veteran restaurant reviewer John Gilchrist. The result is a timely and thought-provoking look at food as a system of communication through which Canadians articulate cultural identity, personal values, and social distinction. Contributors include Ken Albala, Elizabeth Baird, Jacqueline Botterill, Rebecca Carruthers Den Hoed, Catherine Carstairs, Nathalie Cooke, Pierre Desrochers, Josh Greenberg, Stephen Kline, Jordan Lebel, Harvey Levenstein, Wayne McCready, Irina Mihalache, Eric Pateman, Rod Phillips, Sheilagh Quaile, Melanie Rock, Paige Schell, and Valerie Tarasuk.
Category: Social Science

Easy Breezy Family Camping Cookbook

Author : Gia Scott
ISBN : 1495485269
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Easy Breezy Family Camping Cookbook is designed to give the novice camp cook the tools needed to have a great camping trip with great meals without devoting all of their attention to preparing meals while camping out. For the more experienced camper, it offers an expanded menu, as well as camping hacks that they may find useful. Unlike many camping cookbooks, this cookbook is designed specifically for the car camping tent user with the entire family. Many recipes are adjustable to suit different size families, and most recipes easily will feed four or more. Skip the beans and wieners, the hamburgers and chips, and enjoy real food designed for easy preparation while camping. Everything is covered from a quick meal when you arrive at your campsite to desserts after a hard day of hiking, with everything from snacks to your main dish included.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Extension Service Review

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ISBN : MSU:31293102281676
Genre : Agricultural extension work
File Size : 80.3 MB
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Category: Agricultural extension work

Aberdeen Stories

Author : Steven C. Stoker
ISBN : 9781469762869
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 27.26 MB
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Enjoy these stand-alone short stories about a boy growing up in an Idaho farm town in mid-century. See how that town influenced its younger citizens and prepared them for life outside of its influence. Enjoy the humor, love and attitude that could only have come from small-town America during an era that is no more. It was a time before animals had rights-before anything political was correct-and before thick skins became thin. It was a time of slide rules, hula-hoops, and church keys. It was a time when candy bars were big and the national debt was small. It was a time when first date, first kiss, and first time occurred on three different nights. Close your eyes and pick a story or read them in order. Jog your memory or make a new one. It doesn't matter. These stories will move you!
Category: Fiction

Wrong Way Camper And Other Stories

Author : Jo M. Stanchfield
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173025419566
Genre : High interest-low vocabulary books
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Eight chapters chronicle the adventures of friends travelling to Mexico in a camper.
Category: High interest-low vocabulary books

How To Become An Expert Camper Camping Out With Kids And Other Tips And Techniques For Outdoor Survival

Author : Dueep Jyot Singh
ISBN : 9781370606474
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 57.47 MB
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Table of Contents Introduction Equipment Clothing Socks Hat or head covering Choice of Sleeping Bag – Making up Your Bed Choice of Tent Tarpaulin tent Bivouac tent Pegging out your Tent Tips Recognizing Weather Changes Making an Emergency Raincoat A Fire Which Lasts through the Night… Making a Rakovalkea Food, Glorious Food Making Your Own Billycan Marching Tips Easy to Implement Tips Getting rid of Grease Night lamp/Beacon Taking Your Child(ren) Along Responsibility Given to Children Leisure Activities to Keep the Little Folk Busy Conclusion Appendix Author Bio Publisher Introduction For all those people who are lucky enough to have spent their childhood camping outdoors, for at least some part of the year, they know what camping is all about, especially in summer. Your family got together, possibly taking the family dog along, got into the car and departed in that direction, a bit like USS ENTERPRISE, but this time going where so many families have gone before. Your parents knew exactly where you would be doing the camping, because they knew the best camping sites from experience and personal knowledge. Camping for most of us meant swimming, barbecues outside, sing-along around a campfire, with the crickets and katydids chirping away merrily in joyful companionship, and then somebody who had a really wicked sense of humor would start telling eerily terrifying and creepy stories, well chosen to make every single hair and hackles at the back of your neck rise in horror terror and panic! And then you need somebody to accompany you to your tent, as you creep shivering into your sleeping bag, mouth dry and totally unable to sleep, knowing full well, that nightmares are going to follow you, for quite a while afterwards. Especially the Cat Goddess, the lady in black, the Were tiger, who was once an accursed Egyptian priest and so on! And you promise yourself, that if you get through the night, safe and sound, you are going to wake up in the morning and strangle that wicked storyteller. Let me admit, I happen to be one of those human horrors, with a good stock of terrible, horrible tales, garnered from all around the world, since childhood, and half of them were learned in scouting/guiding camps, and then on camping trips with friends, their families, and colleagues.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fred And Harry Stories 2

Author : Kevin Chick
ISBN : 9781471613937
Genre :
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Children will love reading this second book in the Fred and Harry series. Fred and Harry are best friends who always become involved in comical mishaps but get through these encounters together. In this book, there are another two great adventures to enjoy. In the first story Fred and Harry decide they need to find job to raise some money but they discover that some jobs are harder than they expect. The second story follows Fred and Harry going to the seaside to try surfing. Fred and Harry love to share their experiences and hope you enjoy these incredible stories...

Vw Camper Cookbook Rides Again

Author : Steve Rooker
ISBN : 9163710943
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 86.57 MB
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In this follow-up to the cult classic The Original VW Camper Cookbook, a fresh batch of amazing camper recipes are taken to the next level but remain realistic for camper cooking. The international recipes, drawn from VW-enthusiasts worldwide, are designed to be easily tweaked and adapted to suit personal preferences. They cover two-burner camping meals, food for picnics, and great barbecue ideas. The stories come straight from van fans and their adventures, from road trips to restorations, in locations all across the world. A new section, “Bake and Take,” provides recipes for sweet and savory pastries that can be made and baked before a trip—ideal for day trips, picnics, and first nights camping.
Category: Cooking

The Camping Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015035968356
Genre : Camping
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Includes Annual buying guide issue.
Category: Camping

Water Lilies And Other Short Stories

Author : Mary Brooks
ISBN : 9781499006858
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 28.10 MB
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Mary Brooks is an Australian author (of Mary Lives) whose passion for life is well-illustrated in these observations of daily living.
Category: Fiction

Wild With Child

Author : Jennifer Bové
ISBN : 9781932361971
Genre : Travel
File Size : 46.83 MB
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Wild with Child is a unique collection of true stories by parents who boldly head out into the wilderness with kids in tow (or in the lead, as the case may be). These stories run the gamut of adventure: winter camping, climbing, spelunking, field research, skiing, llama trekking, fishing, hunting, and searching for pirate treasure with children of all ages. Readers should bundle up before they strike out into the Rocky Mountains with Mark Jenkins, whose idea of quality time with the kids is camping in a snow cave. Leslie Leyland-Fields shares deep gratitude as her brood safely migrates to an Alaskan island by bush plane. Maleesha Speer confides her personal evolution as she awakens to the wonder of her unborn child in bear country. Whether just beginning the course of wild parenting or looking back at the trail they've taken, these writers aren't willing to accept Disneyland as the final frontier. Even the most civilized among them insist that their children grow up feeling grass between their toes and sun on their skin. It’s a healthy heritage, giving kids a steady set of bearings, making them strong, and helping them rise to challenges.
Category: Travel

Camping Journal

Author : Blue Frog Publishing
ISBN : 1086182790
Genre :
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Family Camping Journal! Leave Your Worries Behind And Enjoy Your Trip! The Ultimate Family Camping Planner Journal is a Prompt Fill In 8X10" 120 Page Journal For: Anyone That loves camping at the lake, winter camping or heading to the lake for the weekend. Write notes in this prompted fill in happy camper keepsake journal Camping Diary or Gift for Campers! Well, It's no surprise that camping is one of the most popular recreational activities in the world! Every year, millions of people book their camping spots to enjoy an opportunity to experience nature and wildlife. People generally love the outdoors since it's a chance to get away from civilization and also a chance to bond as a family or just have a great time overall. This Family Camping Journal includes: Family Camping Checklist, Camping Shopping List, Campground Amenities, Camping Supplies, camping checklist for food, clothing, shelter, camping meal planner, my camping journal, what I do today, camping memories, fishing expedition, hiking journal and so much more! Features: Family Journal/Camping Diary or Gift for Campers 8X10 Inches 120 Pages Prompted Fill In Keepsake Memory Gift Under 10 For: Travelers RVer's Campground Lovers Family Camping Road Trip Gift Christmas Birthday Adventure Camper Trailer

Outback Outfitters Incorporated Family Camping Guide

Author : Thomas Anderson
ISBN : 0966375904
Genre : Camping
File Size : 74.67 MB
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The author has compressed over 40 years of hands-on camping experience into a lighthearted, easy to understand book. Every aspect of camping know-how, safety tips, food & gear lists, tent & campsite set up, lanterns & mantles, campfire cooking methods, fishing & hiking basics, cold weather & desert survival methods & doing the "Duty" outside. There's even campfire stories & songs for the kids to enjoy. Nothing has been left out...Armed with this book the invoice camper can quickly become an expert on the first outing. I can guarantee that the family camping expert will even discover a new trick or two. To order contact: Outback Outfitters, Inc., P.O. Box 7676, Mesa, AZ 85206, 602-926-9722, Email: [email protected], Contact: Thomas W. Anderson, Quantity Discounts available.
Category: Camping


Author : Elaine Khosrova
ISBN : 9781616207397
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 85.64 MB
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“Edifying from every point of view--historical, cultural, and culinary.” —David Tanis, author of A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes It’s a culinary catalyst, an agent of change, a gastronomic rock star. Ubiquitous in the world’s most fabulous cuisines, butter is boss. Here, it finally gets its due. After traveling across three continents to stalk the modern story of butter, award-winning food writer and former pastry chef Elaine Khosrova serves up a story as rich, textured, and culturally relevant as butter itself. From its humble agrarian origins to its present-day artisanal glory, butter has a fascinating story to tell, and Khosrova is the perfect person to tell it. With tales about the ancient butter bogs of Ireland, the pleasure dairies of France, and the sacred butter sculptures of Tibet, Khosrova details butter’s role in history, politics, economics, nutrition, and even spirituality and art. Readers will also find the essential collection of core butter recipes, including beurre manié, croissants, pâte brisée, and the only buttercream frosting anyone will ever need, as well as practical how-tos for making various types of butter at home--or shopping for the best. “A fascinating, tasty read . . . And what a bonus to have a collection of essential classic butter recipes included.” —David Tanis, author of A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes “Following the path blazed by Margaret Visser in Much Depends on Dinner, Elaine Khosrova makes much of butter and the ruminants whose milk man churns. You will revel in dairy physics. And you may never eat margarine again.” —John T. Edge, author of The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South “Butter proves that close study can reveal rich history, lore, and practical information. All that and charm too.” —Mimi Sheraton, author of 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die “Irresistible and fascinating . . . This is one of those definitive books on a subject that every cook should have.” —Elisabeth Prueitt, co-owner of Tartine Bakery “The history of one of the most delectable ingredients throughout our many cultures and geography over time is wonderfully churned and emulsified in Khosrova’s Butter . . . Delightful storytelling.” —Elizabeth Falkner, author of Demolition Desserts: Recipes from Citizen Cake
Category: Cooking

Camper S Digest

Author : Cecil Coffey
ISBN : 0695800922
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Category: Sports & Recreation