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Australian Camp Oven Cooking 2/e

by Clews, Jo Code: 59425 Format: Paperback / 240 pages Publication date: 03/09/2020 Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day Price: AU $25.99 (was AU $39.99) You save AU $14.00

The art of camp oven cooking is now as simple as cooking a barbecue. With nearly three decades of outback cooking experience guiding the way, author Jo Clews helps demystify all aspects of camp oven cooking. Whether you’re travelling around Australia, catering for large camps, or just looking for a different kind of barbecue, Australian Camp Oven cooking brings a tempting new twist to your outdoor cooking repertoire. Updated for the 2020s, Australian Camp Oven Cooking is packed full of easy and tempting recipes using basic readily-available ingredients. Impress the whole family with fresh damper, hearty stews, delectable desserts and classic roast dinners. This book not only provides a whole range of recipes, but also includes information about different types of camp oven cooking gear, advice on menu planning and hints on building the right type of cooking fire. There’s even tried-and-trusted advice on how to choose and care for your camp oven. Australian Camp Oven Cooking is an essential ingredient for every bush cook’s tuckerbox.

Format: Paperback
Pages: 240
Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day
Publication date: 03/09/2020
Country of publication: AUSTRALIA
Weight: 756 g
Dimensions: 220.00mm X 195.00mm
Code: 59425

For safetys sake

About the author

Introduction to camp oven cooking

History of camp oven cooking

Choosing your camp oven

Care of your camp oven

Camp oven cooking equipment

Camp oven fuel sources

Making your cooking fire

Cooking with heat beads and charcoal

Planning and preparation

Must-haves in the tuckerbox


Food intolerances

Baking; breads; scones and dampers; biscuits, muffins and slices


Meats - beef; chicken; fish; game meats; lamb; pork



Five o-clocksies


Raised in Margaret River, Jo Clews grew up in a family of devoted farmhouse-style cooks. She became a mother and then a shearer’s cook in short order and has had many adventures living and working in a variety of communities in Western Australia, including a stint as manager of the Karijini Eco Retreat. During that time Jo has always loved demonstrating and writing about her cooking: she has been holding regular classes for over two decades and has been an equally regular contributor to Western Australian 4WD magazine for nearly as long. Soon after writing Camp Oven Cooking in 2011, Jo released a lifelong dream by buying a rural property: Melangata Station.