The Small Kitchen Cook
Step into the world of culinary creativity on the road with "The Small Kitchen Cook" by Ashleigh Butler. Drawing from a decade of living and traveling in campervans across Australia and the US with her partner, Jared, Ashleigh brings a unique perspective to the table. While leaving behind the comforts of suburban life, she refuses to compromise on wholesome and conscious cooking, proving that even in the unconventional kitchens of campervans, caravans, and tiny homes, it's possible to whip up delicious, seasonal, and nourishing meals.
This cookbook, comprising over 65 recipes, is a testament to the simplicity and versatility of creating flavourful dishes with only a two-burner stove, a small fridge, and a panoramic ever-changing view. It's a culinary guide for adventurers with a sustainability mindset, demonstrating that the joy of cooking is not limited by the size of the kitchen but rather enhanced by the variety of seasons, locations, and friends encountered along the journey.
Presented in a hardcover format, "The Small Kitchen Cook" spans 216 pages, featuring a debossed cover, vivid full-color images, and delightful hand-drawn illustrations and lettering throughout. Beyond a collection of recipes, it's an invitation to embrace the freedom of the open road without sacrificing the pleasure of fresh, wholesome, and diverse meals.
- Nomadic Culinary Expertise: Authored by Ashleigh Butler, who spent a decade living and traveling in campervans across Australia and the US.
- Compact Kitchen Mastery: Over 65 recipes tailored for campervans, caravans, and tiny homes, demonstrating how to create delicious meals with minimal kitchen resources.
- Wholesome and Conscious Cooking: Emphasizes the importance of maintaining a commitment to wholesome and conscious cooking even in unconventional kitchens.
- Versatility for Adventurers: Designed for adventurers with a sustainability mindset, offering recipes as varied as the seasons, locations, and friends encountered on the journey.
Publication Date: 01/08/22
Number of Pages: 216 (perfect bound)