Camping cookware – what to do without it? That’s one main ingredient to take with you, when camping outdoors. Go for light and ease of use, when packing your camping kitchen.
Your stove comes first among your camping cookware, as not all parks provide you with a grill. There is really nothing more fun than cooking your own meal outdoors. The Camp Chef Teton 2-Burner is a good example of a lasting fuel stove. Your camping cookware should accommodate everyone present. So, cooking more than one or two things at a time, may require a three burner Coleman stove. Go bigger for a crowd, lightweight for portability. If you are always solo, then a backpacking stove fits perfect under your camping cookware.
Your camping cookware items should include a Gourmet Mess Kit. A non-stick pot or pan for cooking, mugs, bowls, sporks and knives follow suit. You can find camping cookware sets that include all the above in compact form. MSR Trail Duo is perfect when camping a deux. And remember the coffee pot for a morning waking delight.
Your camping cookware is useless without food. Unless you are fishing or hunting, bring some food in zippered bags. Use a water cooler and food storage to keep everything fresh. And don’t forget to bring your folding camp table for food preparation and set up. For additional fun around the campfire, a Hot Dog fork and Toast maker are great camping cookware pieces to have.
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Having proper material outdoors insures hygiene and cleanliness. Take some towels, disinfectant wipes, or pocket tissue. Non-stick washable camping cookware are perfect for outdoor purposes. Avoid plastic when you can, and keep your environment clean, and your packing light. Lastly, do not leave home without your entire camping cookware.
- Beverage warmer
- Camp fire Hot Dog Fork – optional
- Coffee Pot
- Cookset – Mess Kit – Pots and pans
- Food storage
- Kitchen set up table
- Stove & fuel
- Towels, wipes, clean up
- Utensils: Plates, Cups, Sporks, knives
- Water purification tablets – Just in case
- Water storage
- Zipped and prepared Food – See Camping Omelette recipe in a bag