Global Gastronomic Adventures A Taste of Outdoor Cooking

Global Gastronomic Adventures A Taste of Outdoor Cooking

Author: Gio Angelo

Publisher: Bull City Publishing

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Category: Cooking

Page: 23

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Whether you are an avid chef or a novice in the kitchen, you can conquer outdoor cooking too. It truly offers you versatility and deliciousness through a very rustic way of cooking. But after all, our ancestors didn’t have stoves or gas oven. All they had was fire and they had to find ways to tame it and apply it to their daily living. Food cooked outdoors is generally tastier, the flavors are stronger and the whole cooking experience is well worth it. You don’t need any special cooking skills, but you do need time and patience because sometimes it can be time consuming. With the proper tools and ingredients you are on your way to learning a whole new way of living which many people do nowadays. I am talking here about campers mainly, but you can try an easier option – backyard grilling during summer days. This book includes 10 easy and flavorful recipes, teaching you the basics of outdoor cooking. Feel free to take these recipes and improve them or completely transform them into with the use of additional ingredients or different spices. Even if it’s done outdoor, cooking is designed to be fun so make it as enjoyable as possible!
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Language: en
Pages: 23
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