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Cook Out - Fell Foodie's guide to over 80 gourmet recipes to cook in the great outdoors - cover

Cook Out - Fell Foodie's guide to over 80 gourmet recipes to cook in the great outdoors

Harrison Ward

Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing

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Summary

'It's all about the flavours.'
Cook Out by Harrison Ward – aka Fell Foodie – is the ultimate outdoor adventure cookbook. Harrison presents over 80 of his easy-to-prepare gourmet recipes that will keep you fuelled all day long. This is al fresco cooking you can really enjoy, whether you're out on a day walk, wild camping or simply relaxing in the campsite.
Cook Out is split into easy-to-follow sections and illustrated throughout with stunning photography by Kenny Block. For breakfast why not try American-style pancakes or Tiroler Gröstl, a delicious Austrian breakfast hash, followed by a posh fish finger sandwich for lunch? For dinner, there are suggestions for one-pot meals including Tuscan bean stew and pork belly ramen, or go all out with Harrison's 'summit specials', like a delicious chickpea, spinach and coconut curry, or sausage and fennel tagliatelle. Puddings are also covered, with Harrison's personal takes on classics like rhubarb crumble and apple fritters, as well as a complete range of adventure snack recipes. There's also campstove and equipment advice, and tips and tricks throughout from Harrison's years of outdoor cooking experience.
Cook Out – packed with big flavours for your big adventures.
Available since: 10/12/2023.
Print length: 224 pages.

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