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Cooking for Adventurers by Bob Wilkins from Robert Wilkins
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Sub Title

  • Culinary Adventures for Those Who Just Want to Eat
  • Author:
  • Text Language:
    English
  • Publisher Name:
    iUniverse
  • ISBN 10:
    149177973X
  • ISBN 13:
    9781491779736
  • Price:
    USD 17.95
  • Publication Date:
    October 22, 2015
  • No. of Page:
    108
  • Weight:
    50 lb.

Rights Contact

  • Robert Wilkins
    USA
Robert Wilkins

Offered By Robert Wilkins

An enthusiastic supporter of living a sustainable lifestyle, Bob is currently working on a makerspace from which he can help people re-learn the lost art of living simply. Born in Louisville, Ky., he now lives in Michigan?s Copper Country with his wife and four children.

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  • About the Book
  • Original Language

"We are all ?adventurers?.

Whether it is shuttling a vanload of kids between after-school activities or hiking the back woods on a high mountain trail, adventure finds its way into our lives on a daily basis, be it an enjoyable experience or not. Regardless of the type of adventure, one thing remains constant: eventually, you?re going to have to eat. It?s an ?instant gratification? world, and we find ourselves with so many grab-and-go choices, but when it comes down to it, they are not always the best, nor are they always available. What are you going to do when you find yourself with guests to feed and you live 15 miles outside of the closest pizza delivery zone? What are you going to do when you lose your bearings and your short hike in the woods becomes an overnight ordeal?

Written with the experience of several years of adventuring and bushcraft, Cooking for Adventurers is a guidebook that walks the reader through the rudiments of cooking, both at home in the kitchen and out in the wild (even if the closest to ?wild? you ever get is your backyard grill). And yes, there are even recipes!"