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    Camping Kitchen Equipment Must Haves

    Ah, the great outdoors. One of the best things about camping, aside from fresh air, relaxation, and bonding with family and friends, is the food. 

    What Kitchen Equipment Do You Need for Camping? 

    Camping isn’t camping without a fire to roast sausages and marshmallows. But for other delicious options, like burgers, corn, grilled vegetables, and scrambled eggs with bacon, a portable stove or grille is a must; as is cookware to serve it on. Meanwhile, a cooler keeps perishable foods cool (and safe), and drinks chilled. 

    What to Use for Camping Cooking 

    Decide what kind of cooking you want to do, then opt for a stove that can heat water for coffee and boil eggs, a grill for cooking burgers, hot dogs, and bacon, or both. Choose between wood-burning, which is more efficient (not to mention eco-friendly) and lets you use small pieces of wood, or even loose twigs and tree branches along with pellets to keep the fire going; or propane, in which case you’ll need to bring along a few small tanks. 

    Save your good pots and pans for the home and grab special camping cookware. For backpacking or short trips, look for smaller sets that stack easily, have foldable handles, and come with carrying bags. Don’t forget a spatula, tongs, forks, cups, and plates; along with a cutting board and plastic knife for vegetables and fruits that aren’t prepared in advance, and a sponge for cleaning. Indulge in morning coffee via a perculator, kettle, or French press, and travel mugs. 

    Keep the Food Safe and the Drinks Cool 

    Do you just need a small picnic cooler bag, a 42 litre hard-case cooler, or a couple of medium-sized ones – one for food and one for drinks? Look for a secure latch or zipper to keep animals out, wheels for easy transport, and hard tops that double as tables or seating. Even keep wine perfectly chilled with a bottle cooler. 

    Other Things to Consider for Kitchen Camping 

    With large groups, non-perishable, freeze dried food that can feed an army might be the best option for side dishes. Foldable chairs are a must, and while most car camping sites will have a picnic table, still bring small foldable tables you can use by the fire at night, and to place ingredients on while cooking.

    Camping Kitchen Equipment Must Haves

    Ah, the great outdoors. One of the best things about camping, aside from fresh air, relaxation, and bonding with family and friends, is the food. 

    What Kitchen Equipment Do You Need for Camping? 

    Camping isn’t camping without a fire to roast sausages and marshmallows. But for other delicious options, like burgers, corn, grilled vegetables, and scrambled eggs with bacon, a portable stove or grille is a must; as is cookware to serve it on. Meanwhile, a cooler keeps perishable foods cool (and safe), and drinks chilled. 

    What to Use for Camping Cooking 

    Decide what kind of cooking you want to do, then opt for a stove that can heat water for coffee and boil eggs, a grill for cooking burgers, hot dogs, and bacon, or both. Choose between wood-burning, which is more efficient (not to mention eco-friendly) and lets you use small pieces of wood, or even loose twigs and tree branches along with pellets to keep the fire going; or propane, in which case you’ll need to bring along a few small tanks. 

    Save your good pots and pans for the home and grab special camping cookware. For backpacking or short trips, look for smaller sets that stack easily, have foldable handles, and come with carrying bags. Don’t forget a spatula, tongs, forks, cups, and plates; along with a cutting board and plastic knife for vegetables and fruits that aren’t prepared in advance, and a sponge for cleaning. Indulge in morning coffee via a perculator, kettle, or French press, and travel mugs. 

    Keep the Food Safe and the Drinks Cool 

    Do you just need a small picnic cooler bag, a 42 litre hard-case cooler, or a couple of medium-sized ones – one for food and one for drinks? Look for a secure latch or zipper to keep animals out, wheels for easy transport, and hard tops that double as tables or seating. Even keep wine perfectly chilled with a bottle cooler. 

    Other Things to Consider for Kitchen Camping 

    With large groups, non-perishable, freeze dried food that can feed an army might be the best option for side dishes. Foldable chairs are a must, and while most car camping sites will have a picnic table, still bring small foldable tables you can use by the fire at night, and to place ingredients on while cooking.