Frying and sauteing steaks, fish, and other foods in a skillet may seem to be a simple procedure, but there are enough variations and subtleties to make it interesting. It's a hands-on kind of cooking in which success often depends more on technique, skill, and tender loving care than on a complicated recipe with a long list of ingredients. Skillet cooking is a special kind of cooking that requires a close eye. In Skillet Cooking for Camp and Kitchen, A. D. Livingston demonstrates that if you enjoy good eating and take pleasure in your cooking, a skillet may be the only pan you need. With chapters on:Skilletmanshi
Poultry and fowl
Venison and game
Fish and shellfish
Featuring more than 101 delicious recipes with complete, easy-to-follow cooking instructions for such treats as Sumac Trout, Cross Creek Crackling Bread, Versatile Venison Burgers, Steaks Cognac, and Sopchoppy Pancakes, Skillet Cooking for Camp and Kitchen is ideal for both indoor and outdoor chefs.