When you go to a lumber yard, do you ever stop to think where that wood came from? How did it get here? Trees were scouted, felled, transported, stacked, sawed and then transported again. Logging helped build this country, literally and financially. This book is dedicated to the men and women who worked those logging camps. They brought down trees throughout Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, the Pacific Northwest and across the country. This is hearty food for those that do back-breaking work. Your efforts are appreciated.
Thank you to the cooks and eaters in Oregon, Washington and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula who contributed some of the recipes for this book.