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Grace Farinacci / September 2022
Camp Cooking, What Do I Need?
Bringing the kitchen to the Great Outdoors
This blog is for those foodie’s and camp lovers. Do you love the outdoors but also love cooking up a great meal?
It can be hard to picture having an extravagant meal in the outdoors, but we know just the right items to make the outdoors the best camp cooking kitchen space yet!
1. Camp Chef
Designed for avid outdoorsmen, the new sleek design of the Everest 2X Mountain Series system is both lightweight and portable. Packed with two 20,000 BTU burners, the Everest offers quick, matchless ignition no matter your coordinates. Adventure seekers will enjoy a generous 215 sq. inches of cook space engineered for maximum food output. So get out there and conquer your Everest.
Favorite Feature: MATCHLESS IGNITION
Matchless ignition you can get your cooking system roaring with the twist of a knob.
2. Yeti Cooler
The Tundra 75 Hard Cooler is comfortable being your stationary beer cooler, deer camp meat fridge, or event just cabin storage for all your goods. Wherever you take it, the bear-proof design of the Tundra 75 Cooler will protect your provisions from the curious animals and, when secured, even bears. It’s rugged, rough, can keep ice for days and ready to take on the wild. So whether you adventure by land or by sea, this cooler could be the last cooler you’ll ever need (unless you want more).
Favorite Feature: COLDLOCK GASKET
A freezer-quality gasket that blocks out the feat and locks in the cold
3. GSI PINNACLE DUALIST II, TWO-PERSON COOKSET
Weighing at just 11oz per person, but delivering everything you need for backcountry mealtime, the Pinnacle Dualist is hyper-efficient, easily packed, cleans up quick, and is engineered for high-performance cooking. Built from strong, light hard-anodized aluminum, the 1.8L pot features tough, PFOA-free Teflon® with Radiance Technology for superior non-stick performance, easy cleaning, and outstanding heat transfer. Nesting into the pot under the crushproof strainer lid are all the things you need for eating: two 20oz wide-mouth mugs with insulated sleeves and Sip-It lids, two 20oz bowls, a couple of Foons – our folding spork – and a carry bag that doubles as a sink. All that and you still have room for your fuel canister.
Favorite Feature: VERSATILITY
Rugged, welded storage sack holds set and doubles as sink or wash basin
4. Portable Camping Kitchen Utensil Set
A mini kitchen on the go- Our portable utensil organizer fits all the essential kitchenware for the comfiest outdoors dining experience: 1*storage bag, 1*cutting board, 1*barbecue fork, 1*slotted tongs, 1*paring knife, 1*chef’s knife, 1*wine opener, 1*can opener, 1*ladle, 1*scissors, 1*scraper, 1*slotted turner, 2*barbecue skewers, 2*extendable BBQ forks, 4*flatware cutlery set(3pcs). – Plus, the bag has additional space so you can personalize your kit. high in the mountains, meaning you won’t be bothered. Put the cellphone in the car and go explore! Taking time to #unplug is one of the best ways to improve our mental health and by camping with minimal or no service, it’s a nice push to do so! Get the gang together and enjoy eachother’s company, no phones allowed.
Favorite Feature: CHOPPING BOARD KNIFE SET
- 7.8″*11.8″ Cutting board, 8.5-inch Scissors.
- 9-inch Black steel paring knife, 11-inch Black steel chef’s knife,
- These knives are carefully considered, ergonomic, and convenient for you to cut meat, poultry bones, separate fat, and peel fruits and vegetables. All knives are equipped with protective sleeves to provide additional tool protection and your safety.
5. Smart Folding Table
This table will be your best companion for outdoor activity. Detachable legs allow it to fit at all heights, and you can even put it in a tent so you can sit and eat without a picnic blanket.
Favourite Feature: QUICK SET-UP
Don’t want to carry extra installation tools? You can install it independently, just open the folding camping table, insert the legs, and secure the lock.
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~Happy Camp Cooking~