Scout's Campfire Cookbook for Kids

Book Description

Hungry for Troll Stew, Snake on a Stick, or Dirty Marshmallows? They’re in here! As with The Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook, this all-new guide brings together outdoor recipes, methods, and tips for a Scout-friendly cooking experience geared toward kids. This userfriendly cookbook is aimed at Boy and Girl Scouts and their leaders, but it’s also ideal for campers, canoers, and kayakers—or anyone who wants to show children how to eat well in the wilderness. Spanning a range of popular camp cooking methods, these outstanding recipes will keep young chefs engaged and big appetites satisfied.

About Conners, Christine

Tim and Christine Conners are the authors of The Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook, a popular compendium of over 300 top recipes from Boy Scout and Girl Scout leaders throughout the United States. Experienced campers, backpackers, and outdoor chefs, Tim and Christine have also authored Lipsmackin’ Backpackin’ and Lipsmackin’ Vegetarian Backpackin’, two of the most popular trail cooking books of the past decade.
     Tim and Christine have been testing outdoor recipes practically nonstop for fifteen years. At the invitation of Boy Scouts of America, the Conners have twice served as judges for Scouting magazine’s prestigious national camp food cooking contest. The Conners have four children. Their two oldest sons have attained the rank of Star Scout and are well on the road to their goal of Eagle.
     Tim has previously served as Assistant Cubmaster and Den Leader in Georgia’s Coastal Empire Council. He currently is Committee Member - and default senior camp chef and cooking instructor! - for Troop 340 in Statesboro, Georgia.