Planning a camping kitchen that functions well is crucial for preparation of delicious food even when out in the bush. Spend precious time relaxing with loved ones rather than struggling to prepare a meal without the necessary equipment.
Memory: This basic camp kitchen is all I need for a camping trip. A place to keep foodstuff cold, prepare something to eat or drink and do the washing up. Compact everything within easy reach.
This set-up even keeps crockery and dry food away from flies and ants in the handy zip-up compartment.
Even when camping, mealtimes are the most important time of the day.
This is the time when everyone should relax over an appetizing meal and ponder the adventures of the day.
Versatility is essential when planning an outdoor kitchen as campsites all have different facilities.
Some sites don't have electricity and even if they do a power outage can occur which makes preparing a meal a disaster if you don't have gas equipment to fall back on.
Careful planning of a chuck-box and kitchen for camping is essential to make preparing of meals easy and efficient while out in the open.
Most campsites have built in camping grills for communal use
A kitchen needs not be extensive as long as the basic things can be done like boiling a kettle for a lovely cup of tea/coffee or making a hearty stew when its chilly, and having a barbecue on a warm summer night.
Cooking with a Dutch oven
RV and caravan campers are lucky to have a kitchen, but additional out of doors cooking also needs planning.
When weather allows it's much more fun cooking out of doors. Food just tastes better in the relaxed outdoor atmosphere.
Tent campers need more planning for a camping kitchen. One of the major things to consider is space and weight, especially for transporting equipment.
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