Girl Scout Campfire Cookbook Troop 60252
Tropp 60252 chose to make a Campfire Cookbook for our Bronze Award project.
Why does this idea matter?
• You might not know if a recipe has something you can’t eat in it, and it helps you find recipes you can eat
• So people know how to cook recipes
• It will be used by other people for their own benefits
• It will help Girl Scouts cook delicious meals while camping
• We are helping the community
Who will this idea help?
• The community
• Girl Scouts who are camping
• People, campers, and Girl Scouts
• Gluten free people
• A cooker
What have you observed in the community that makes you think this cookbook is a good idea?
• We like to go camping
• Lots of people have allergies to some foods, so if we make a cookbook it can have recipes that don’t have things people are allergic to in them
• So people know how to cook easily
• People don’t know what to cook when they go camping, because you don’t have various important cooking machines
• People need to think of good recipes for meals
• That people like to have yummy and fun meals at the camp fires
1. Wash your hands before and after cooking.
2. Always cook with adult supervision or person older than 18.
3. Never leave the food on the fire unattended.
4. Don’t touch or eat raw eggs.
5. Don’t touch raw meat and don’t let it touch other foods.
6. Don’t lick your fingers, rub your face, or sneeze on the food,because it could easily spread germs.
7. Keep electrical appliances away from water at all times.
8. If you accidentally drop a knife, pick it up by the handle.
9. Walk with a knife pointed down at all times.
10. Keep your distances from food that are greasy on the grill--it could give you a bad burn! YOUCH!
11. Maintain a clean workspace at all times.
12. Tie back or Keep long hair away from fire at all times.