Outdoor Cooking in the Woods (4001)

Monday 25 Oct ~ 11:00 AM

Enjoy a family-friendly outdoor cooking experience in a beautiful woodland setting Join Lydia from Backwoods Experiences for a taste of campfire cooking with a difference! Forget burnt marshmallows - in this workshop, all the family can work together to build a successful campfire and cook a tasty treat. Learn the fundamentals of fire-building, then prep and 'bake' campfire bread using a tried-and-tested method. Finish it off with your own butter - made using a surprisingly simple but effective technique. There's nothing like warm bread and melty butter on an Autumn day - there might even be more than a few marshmallows too!  

Route Details

Capacity
15
Duration
1 hour 45 mins

Price

Adult
10
Senior
10
Child
5

Meeting arrangements

Meet at Stotts Plant Nursery, near Stokenchurch, where Backwoods Experiences is based. There is car parking at the nursery.

Walk Leader

Backwoods Experiences and Chilterns Conservation Board

Family Friendly

This is aimed at families with children age 7+ Children must be accompanied by an adult

Further Information

This event is being delivered by Backwoods Experiences on behalf of the Chilterns Conservation Board and Lottery funded Chalk, Cherries and Chairs Landscape Partnership. Backwoods Experiences is based in the woods at the back of Stotts plant nursery. Their workshops and experiences are rustic, genuine and surrounded by gorgeous woodland. They offer experiences ranging from Campfire Cooking to Wreath Making, Art and Nature Workshops to Axe & Knife Throwing, delivered by their friendly team. 

Please note, children must be accompanied by an adult.

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