The Camper Van Coast: Cooking, Eating, Living the Life
Martin Dorey and Sarah Randell
Hit the road and head for the coast.
It’s not that far. In fact, if you live in the UK, you will never be more than 70 miles from the great British seaside. And what better way to make the trip than in a camper van? Pull up at the beach, breathe in a lungful of fresh sea air and prepare to have some fun, whatever the time of year you’re going.
With fabulous fresh, local and seasonal food available to you, why not turn it into a culinary adventure? Snack on spring seaweeds. Feast on freshly caught fish. Roast chestnuts under autumn skies. Celebrate Christmas lunch, camper van style.
With ninety-five delicious recipes that can be cooked on just two rings and a whole lot more ideas for living the life, The Camper Van Coast will take you right there. All you have to do is pack in the pac-a-mac and light up the beach fire.
You won’t regret it.
Reviews of The Camper Van Coast: Cooking, Eating, Living the Life
“Set to become a modern outdoor classic.”
Mail On Sunday
Meet the author(s)
Martin Dorey is a writer and surfer. He lives on the North Devon coast with his wife and daughters and Pootle, a 28-year-old Volkswagen camper van.
When he’s not fixing up Pootle for weekends away, mucking about with the kids, catching waves or pretending to work, he goes fishing. He is very, very bad at it. His family understands. No one expects sea bass for tea any more.
Follow Martin on Twitter: @campervanliving
Sarah Randell is Food Director of Sainsbury’s Magazine and previously worked as food editor for thirteen of Delia Smith’s cookery books.
Sarah contributed recipes and expert guidance on the food content for The Camper Van Cookbook and The Camper Van Coast. Having recently learned to sail, she has had plenty of practice cooking in a small space on two rings.
Follow Sarah on Twitter: @sarahbonviveur