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The One-Pan Gourmet: Fresh Food on the Trail

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Packing advice and lots of recipes for hearty, simple-to-prepare meals, based on fresh ingredients.

Thirty years of three-day trips--solo, with a few friends, or a crowd of Boy Scouts--has helped Don Jacobson hone his outdoor cooking skills. An avid trekker, Jacobson continues to seek ways to enhance the outdoor experience, whether he's fishing, hiking, or canoeing. His fascination with spelunking has taken him into "the great indoors." With ...

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Overview

Packing advice and lots of recipes for hearty, simple-to-prepare meals, based on fresh ingredients.

Thirty years of three-day trips--solo, with a few friends, or a crowd of Boy Scouts--has helped Don Jacobson hone his outdoor cooking skills. An avid trekker, Jacobson continues to seek ways to enhance the outdoor experience, whether he's fishing, hiking, or canoeing. His fascination with spelunking has taken him into "the great indoors." With Lee Stral, he's written about the caving experience in Caves and Caving, published in 1986.

When he's not outdoors, Jacobson is president of an advertising agency specializing in business communication. He lives with his wife and two children in suburban Chicago.

An avid backpacker, canoeist, and spelunker for over 25 years has gathered and trail-tested more than 150 recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all incorporating fresh meats and vegetables and all capable of being prepared in one pan, pot, or oven (a trail version he shows how to make). Illustrated.

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A collection of easy to cook, surprisingly sophisticated recipes for the camper and backpacker. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780877423966
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/28/1993
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 4.64 (w) x 7.99 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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Thirty years of three-day trips--solo, with a few friends, or a crowd of Boy Scouts--has helped Don Jacobson hone his outdoor cooking skills. An avid trekker, Jacobson continues to seek ways to enhance the outdoor experience, whether he's fishing, hiking, or canoeing. His fascination with spelunking has taken him into "the great indoors." With Lee Stral, he's written about the caving experience in Caves and Caving, published in 1986.

When he's not outdoors, Jacobson is president of an advertising agency specializing in business communication. He lives with his wife and two children in suburban Chicago.

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Table of Contents

Preface
1 How to Find a Bargain 1
2 Seven Things to Look For in a Bargain 9
3 Foreclosure Opportunities 27
4 Buying Discounted Mortgages In Foreclosure 37
5 Buying at Foreclosure Auctions: Big Risks, Big Profits 45
6 REOs: The Most Popular Foreclosures 51
7 Buying FHA and VA Repos 61
8 Private REOs 67
9 Distressed Properties 71
10 Probate, Tax, Auctions, and Other Forced Sales 83
11 Motivated Sellers 95
12 Getting Real Estate Brokers to Work for You 103
13 Hidden Treasures in Financing 111
14 Getting Started on a Shoestring 121
15 When the Market Drops 131
Appendix: The Priority of Mortgages 155
Index 157
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