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Camping Cooking Equipment - Cookware For Campfire Cooking

By Edited May 28, 2016 0 0

Camping cooking equipment:

Whether you are looking for a cost effective vacation to spend time with the family or if you just like the spontaneity, one of the benefits of camping is experiencing nature one on one. A healthy dose of nature can help you to not only appreciate the luxuries modern life has afforded you, but also help you to respect your responsibility to keep our environment clean for future generations.

The benefits of outdoor cooking:

One of the best parts of camping is outdoor cooking. Removing ourselves from the conveniences of running water, refrigeration, gas lines, ovens, and utensils can be a liberating experience. If you can manage to catch or kill your meal in the wilderness before cooking it, you get the opportunity to experience completely removing yourself from modern convenience. However, you must be prepared to cook you meals whether you brought them from home, or caught it with your bare hands. Planning ahead of time to bring the right cooking equipment can make outdoor cooking or campfire cooking one of the best experiences your family shares.

Before purchasing any camping cooking equipment be sure to check what your campsite offers. Many campsites offer charcoal grills, fire pits, or even BBQ smokers. Knowing what you need ahead of time can save you from bringing a lot of unneeded equipment.

Plan your meals ahead of time. Don't get caught having to drive back into town because you forgot something. Plan out 3 meals a day and write down a list of everything you will need to prepare them.

Coleman Camping Stove
Coleman 2 Burner Propane Stove:

If your campsite doesn't allow open fires, or if you just prefer the convenience of cooking stove top cookware with a little more accuracy, a propane camping stove can be a great lightweight addition to your camping equipment. These are especially useful if you have a large family that requires multiple pots to be cooking at once.

Spit and Grill
Texsport Rotisserie and Spit Grill:

For the ultimate camping experience, a rotisserie and spit grill can be a great way to relax by the fire and slowly cook your meal. The biggest benefit of cooking rotisserie over an open fire is it forces you to slow down. We are usually so concerned with multitasking while cooking, campfire cooking is a great reminder to slow down and relax.

Double Pie Iron
Rome's Double Pie Iron:

If you just want a taste of campfire cooking, the best way to get started is with a pie iron, or dog and braut cooker. Simply put in some bread and cheese and place it over an open fire. It's easy enough that kids can join in the fun, but delicious enough for adults to enjoy it too.

Marshmallow Forks
Marshmallow Forks:

For the ultimate in simple camping cooking equipment, marshmallow and hot dog forks are a popular campsite pastime. Get enough for the whole family to roast hot dogs over an open fire and enjoy the time together. Follow it up with roasted marshmallows, Graham crackers, and chocolate for a delicious finish to a long day in nature.
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