One Man and His Campervan-book

Discussion in 'Cooking' started by bigfoot, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. bigfoot

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    Hi bigfoot,
    I don't know about you but I'm getting really bored with the amount of 'cookery' books and even tv programmes on cookery now, don't get me wrong I enjoy cooking and love barbequing, I love eating the results even more, but.......the industry that has grown from Delia and probably Fanny Craddock before her is mind boggling!!:RollEyes:
     
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    Newbie here,
    I have this book (present from sister) and it seems to be as much about a road trip than actual cookery book, enough to 'whet the palette' anyway :Wink:
     
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    It doesn,nt matter what type of cookery book it is, you just adapt, eggs and bacon anyone:Laughing:
     
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    Its not just a cookbook more a lifestyle guide. I am a bit of a saddo,I collect cookery books but not generally the celeb ones. I usually seek out a book from the places I have visited. I have Egyptian,Indian,Nepalese and Mongolian to name a few.
    As for bacon and eggs thats an impression some people get of campsite cooking. I took my 20 year old nephew in our motorhome when we were in Germany and he used to ring his dad each night because he had expected beans bacon etc. Instead he had steak,strir fry and barbequed lamb.
    The challenge for me is to eat as well as any hotel or restaurant.
     
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