Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
In camp and kitchen
In camp and | kitchen | a handy guide for emigrants | and settlers | by the author of | "The Successful Home Cook," etc
London: Andrew Melrose; 1912
16.5 x 10.5 cm Pp [1-6] 7-128 Red cloth
GB: LB LWel LoEN OB *OPo(F)
Eight chapters follow the introduction: "Cooking in the open: elementary cooking apparatus", "The log-hut or camp kitchen", "Dealing with the stores: water, refuse, waste, etc", "The staff of life: bread; yeast, quick-bread, etc", "The day's food and work: food required, initial preparations", "Cooking of fish, meat and vegetables; the "reason why", etc", "Simplified cookery recipes" and "Practical hints for the handy man". The last chapter, "Practical hints for the handy man", includes instructions for treating mosquito stings and for preparing coffee substitutes from grains such as wheat and oats.