CAMPING COOKING: CHECKLIST

A well-equipped camping kitchen is essential for a successful nature getaway. It does not matter whether you’re a gourmet or just warming up a simple dish on the stove, you need to have a minimum of preparation if you want things to go smoothly.

Use the items below to improvise delicious outdoor meals, then when you return home, make sure you clean everything thoroughly before storing your equipment for your next camping trip. The famous plastic tray is ideal to keep everything in one place.

If you plan to hike to your campsite, you may need to leave your cast iron stove at home. Check out our checklist for the hike for a minimalist list of things to bring to the kitchen.

COOKING ON STOVE

  • camping stove
  • Fuel and fuel cylinder
  • Matches or lighter

COOKING ON WOOD FIRE

  • Fire starter and matches or lighter
  • Ax or hatchet
  • Grill cooking (when a stick can be used)
  • Skewers for grilling

COOKING UTENSILS

  • Cookware or kitchen set  (at least one small and one large)
  • Handle for saucepan
  • Frying pan  (cast iron models are an excellent choice)
  • dutch oven
  • Plates and bowls
  • Cups  (some models can also be used as measuring cups)
  • Cooking utensils , such as a spatula, tongs and a large spoon to mix
  • Utensils  (the spoon fork is a classic camping)
  • Sharp knife
  • Cutting board
  • Can opener
  • Coffee maker
  • bottles
  • Can for water

FOOD CONTAINERS AND CLEANING

  • Portable camping table
  • Cooler
  • Food containers
  • Reusable bags
  • Aluminium foil
  • Biodegradable soap
  • Fast drying dish cloth
  • Scrapers and sponges
  • Scraper
  • Garbage bags
  • Portable sink

FOR YOUR GOURMET SIDE

  • Ice cream ball
  • Corn flake
  • Manual mixer
  • Gourde and unbreakable wine glasses
  • Jug and unbreakable beer mugs
  • flabby
  • Corkscrew and  bottle opener
  • Recipe of amazing s’mores

What’s good with most camping cookware is that they are just as convenient for outdoor festivals as for beach picnics, family car trips and even barbecues in the backyard. Do you need inspiration for camping meals? Read our behind the scenes camping kitchensand our guide for coffee addicts .

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