A cook book developed for those who do missionary work in rural areas of the developing world. 'The Jungle Camp Cook Book grew out of a need to adapt cooking procedures to primitive methods; to a variety of exaotic, never-before-used foods; to health precautions; and to trainees with little or no experience in the culinary arts. ... Whether working in the confines of a thatched roof champa with a wood-burning mud stove, cooking on the trail in a five-gallon can or in a canteen cup, or preparing meals on a gas or electric range, this book will serve you well.
Detalles de publicación
- Publicado: 1966
- Editor: Summer Institute of Linguistics
- Dewey Decimal: 641.578
- Librería ECHO: 641.578 SUM