Good Food Outdoors: Recipes for Picnics, Barbecues, Camping and Road Trips (Paperback)

Good Food Outdoors: Recipes for Picnics, Barbecues, Camping and Road Trips By Katy Holder Cover Image
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Showcasing 50 recipes that can either be made on the barbecue, the campfire or at home and then brought with you, Good Food in Fresh Air is your go-to guide for outdoor eating of any kind. Bringing together the best of food writer and stylist Katy Holder's recipes from A Moveable Feast and Hungry Campers Cookbook, Katy's recipes are accessible, interesting and contemporary. There are mini morsels such as sesame-crusted tuna squares that are perfect for parties, salads and filled baguettes that are ideal for picnics, and foil-wrapped fish done over the campfire that would be a hit on any camping trip. There's also a chapter for kids' cooking and desserts to finish. The pandemic has seen the rise of al fresco dining, and with these delicious recipes, it's a good opportunity to slow down and enjoy good food with friends and family - all in the fresh air.

About the Author


Growing up in London and now living in Australia, Katy Holder has had a long and successful career as a food writer and stylist. She has been the food director of Family Circle magazine, ghost-written several cookbooks, written the food pages for Australia's marie claire magazine and now creates the menu for Australian meal-kit delivery service Marley Spoon. Her own cookbooks include Hungry Campers Cookbook, A Moveable Feast and Dinner Like a Boss (Hardie Grant).


Product Details
ISBN: 9781741177688
ISBN-10: 1741177685
Publisher: Hardie Grant
Publication Date: March 8th, 2022
Pages: 144
Language: English

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