Camping/Baking Art ~1910

Baking Techniques for Camping. If you missed it, yesterday's post was on baking biscuits on a stick when camping. If you thought that was pretty ingenious, today's excerpts are absolute must-trys for any kids' camping expedition. Here are two merit-badge worthy baking techniques for the intrepid camper: Read more about the Australian Damper here. If... Continue Reading →

Camping Biscuits ~1910

Camping Recipe for Biscuits. Ingenious Baking Techniques. A little background on making biscuits when camping to start your day: Honestly, that pretty much sums up gluten free bread. Ha! Time for a little editorial re-write: "Who has not met with gluten-free bread, Rolled out of putty and weighted of lead?" But I digress... Here are... Continue Reading →

Possum Recipe ~1910

Possum Recipe for Camping. Camping in the Early 1900s. This is the first time I have ever come across a possum recipe. Ever. Which is saying something. Note that he is to be served with sweet potatoes - except in desperate extremity. Read on!The details... Brace yourself for this next paragraph - explicit historical and... Continue Reading →

Camping Stoves ~1910

Camping Stoves Early 1900s. Oh, I do hope that you read this one in its entirety - if nothing more than for the mule's sake. Note that the Klondike Gold Rush happened between 1896 and 1899, hence this beauty's namesake. Here's a link to Camp Cookery,┬ámore to come. Happy camping! More Fun Discoveries from Antique... Continue Reading →

Camp Cookery Provisions ~1910

Camp Cookery As Art and Science Camping in the Early 1900s. "The knack of camping outfitting consists in getting the best kit in the least weight and bulk." Here's a brief excerpt from Camp Cookery's Chapter 1: Provisions. A thoroughly enjoyable read as the author writes in a knowledgeable, yet conversational, manner. The reader immediately... Continue Reading →

Introduction to Camp Cookery ~1910

Camping This Summer? We are! Here's a really fantastic find: The book is organized around categories of food, but also time needed for preparation: Here are some sample recipes in the Quick, Medium and Slow categories All I can say is, thank goodness for pre-canned baked beans, cuz that's a camping staple for us and... Continue Reading →

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