- New edition of the best-selling guide to outdoor cooking
- Important new information on backcountry nutrition
- New and revised recipes
Wilderness chefs looking to make their meals more nutritious and appealing need look no further than this newest edition of NOLS Cookery, the National Outdoor Leadership School's classic guide to backcountry cooking. From Cowboy Coffee to Darn Tootin' Black Beans to Scrambled Brownies, the book's recipes and culinary advice are guaranteed to please the palate and provide the energy needed for strenuous outdoor activity. Extensive revisions based on up-to-date research have been to made to the nutrition section, and nutrient analyses are given for all recipes. Additional sections cover fire preparation, cooking technique, and ration planning.
About the Author:
"Claudia Pearson is rations manager for the National Outdoor Leadership School's Rocky Mountain Branch.
The National Outdoor Leadership School is the leading educational organization for outdoor skills and leadership and offers courses in the world's most spectacular wilderness classrooms. Since 1965, this non-profit school based in Lander, Wyoming, has introduced over 60,000 people to activities such as backpacking, mountaineering, sea kayaking, canoeing, skiing, caving, horsepacking, and rock climbing."