Cooking outdoors can be a challenge - building your own fire for starters - but the rewards are great: a hearty stew eaten under a starlit sky; grilled mackerel on the beach; ash-baked flatbreads plucked from the glowing embers, torn and shared.
Tom Herbert, a fifth-generation baker and true advocate for this way of life, makes it easy. Armed with your hero ingredients, essential kit, and some kindling, you'll be inspired to leave the kitchen for an outdoor adventure even if it's mere miles from home.
In Do Wild Baking, over 50 delicious recipes - from Beer Bread to Hot Smoked Salmon - are grouped by location: beach, mountain, river and forest. And if rain prevails, most can be recreated at home. This is a call for a more relaxed, inclusive style of cooking and baking. It's not just about delicious meals shared, but the conversations ignited, the senses reawakened, and mostly, the memories created.
Do Wild Baking is part of a series of books designed to help you learn something new and motivate you to do it. A 5% royalty from each copy sold goes to the Do Lectures - sharing ideas to inspire action. To find out more visit: thedolectures.com