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    The Caravan & Campervan Cookbook

    Over 100 delicious recipes
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    From roasts to rissoles, salads to savouries and dampers to deserts, The Caravan & Campervan Cookbook ​will help bring a tempting new twist to your travel cooking.

    The easy and tempting recipes have all been planned for simplicity as well as good eating, using basic ingredients that are readily available Australia- wide - and all road tested by the authors in the great outdoors. Many of the recipes are illustrated in full colour as are many of the techniques and equipment the authors use whilst out on the road.

    The Caravan & Campervan Cookbook also goes further than your usual recipe book with details on the different types of travel cooking gear, advice on menu planning and hints on what to keep as regular stock.

     

    Catherine Proctor is a freelance author and editor who has lived on Sydney’s Northern Beaches for over 20 years. She is the previous author of several cook books and is co-author of three other books for Woodslane: Sydney’s Best Picnic Spots, Parks & Reserves,  Sydney’s Best Beaches & Rock Baths and Sydney for Dogs.

    • Packed full of easy, tempting recipes using basic, readily-available ingredients.
    • Recipies illustrated in full-colour.
    • Also includes details on the different types of travel cooking gear, advice on menu planning and hints on what to keep as regular stock.




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