A gorgeous and inspiring wild cookery book perfect for camping or garden adventures, from the master of bushcraft. From an egg on a stick to baking bread and conjuring up a delicious roast, Ray Mears takes us from the basics of outdoor cookery all the way through to opulent feasts.
Ray Mears is recognised throughout the world as an authority on the subjects of bushcraft and survival. He has also become a household name through his writing and television series, including Tracks, World of Survival, Trips Money Can't Buy with Ewan McGregor, The Real Heroes of Telemark and many more. These programmes have reached out and touched the hearts of everyone, from small children to grandparents. They are enjoyed by many because of Ray's down to earth approach, his obvious love for his subject and the empathy and respect he shows for indigenous peoples and their cultures. Ray has spent his life learning these skills and is truly a master of the subject he calls Wilderness Bushcraft.
This book is SO good! Anybody going camping this summer, staying
local, this is an absolute MUST! My mouth is watering as I look at
it! -- Zoe Ball * BBC Radio 2 *
I love this book! -- Chris Evans * Virgin Radio Breakfast Show *
Mears brings his survivalist expertise to bear on this guide to cooking while camping, hiking, or canoeing...This book belongs in any nature lover's backpack. * Publishers Weekly *
Ingenious ways to conjure a feast whether you're out camping, on a long hike or enjoying a day at the beach. * The Sun *
Ray Mears has penned a guide to cooking outdoors, showing how you can whip up anything from fish to curry with just a hot fire and minimal equipment. * The Daily Star *
This cookbook should be your top summer pick for flavoursome food in the open air. * Metro *
Wilderness Chef is packed with ideas for creating skewers and grills with primitive materials and building fires, ground ovens and ember pits to cook your catch in... it is simple, tasty and largely healthy -- Sophie Morris * The i newspaper *