From the outback-red beaches of Australia to stunning national parks of US Pacific Northwest, Harry Fisher is inarguably a campfire culinary master. Armed with little more than a pair of tongs and popularized on his Fire to Fork YouTube channel, Harry Fisher has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views cementing him as the top authority on cooking anywhere good food meets an open flame.
Combining his passion for exploring the wilderness with his love of great food, Harry has made it his mission to prove that camp cooking isn’t dull cooking—no matter where you pitch your tent.
Fire To Fork collects more than 70 of Harry’s favorite recipes and tips to take your outdoor meals to the next level. With a focus on simple, high-quality ingredients, these delicious recipes, available together for the first time, are easy enough for any enthusiastic campfire cook to prepare and for everyone to enjoy.
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About the Author
Harry, a former accountant and city-slicker from Perth, Western Australia, gave up his dreams of investment banking and Aston Martins to pursue his passion for campfire cooking, camping and Australian adventure travel. With his own signature wit, Harry’s focus is solely on bringing great, restaurant quality food into the wilderness using simple methods anyone can mimic. Beginning with YouTube as his platform, Harry inspired hundreds of thousands of adventurers to cook better meals in the great outdoors.
There are recipes for simple meals, delicious sides, meat, chicken and seafood as well as desserts and camping cocktails.
Harry lives in Perth, Australia with his wife and young son. He has over 85,000 subscribers on YouTube and creates weekly videos of his campfire cooking exploits.