Like Julia Child’s famous French cook books, and the kitchen classic “The Joy of Cooking”, you’ll want to read this page-by-page as if it were a novel. It’s that good. Along the way enjoy and absorb things about camp foods and camp cooking you’ll absolutely remember and use. This type of improvisational cooking is not always easy, nor fine. So most riders seldom cook anything on the road. Blame a shortage of know-how (…more than time). Your moto-trips don’t need to be this way. Here you get the knowledge to save money and produce quick, practical food – which tastes amazing. Each well-organized section contains entertaining stories, epicurean facts, historical narrative and interesting tidbits surrounding tasty recipes and clear cooking instructions. One hundred recipes, more than enough for trips of any length. A true dual-purpose guide to fresh, delectable on the road faire, blended with an abundance of wacky wit and wisdom to feed not just the body – but also the soul. So get good and loaded, channel your inner Julia, and whack the hell out of a chicken. Bon appétit. By Scott Cookman. Softbound, 5.5" × 9", 268 pp., b/w illus.