Tagged: camp kitchen

Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven

Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Review

With the Camp Chef Artisan Pizza Oven two of my favorite activities have come together, cooking in the outdoors and making homemade pizza. Once confined to the kitchen, Camp Chef now allows pizza making...

Fall Camping Products

Fall Camping – Wilderness Worthy Gear

Fall Camping is one of the more enjoyable and refreshing activities that you can undertake as the season begins to change. It’s relatively affordable, it gets you out into nature, and it’s an excellent...

Campmaid Outdoor Cookout Grill Set

CampMaid Outdoor Cookout Grill Set Review

Camping usually means cooking hot dogs on a stick, processed food, sandwiches and other boring camping food, that can be old news after a day or two. What if there was a way to easily take camp...

Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit

Primus Kamoto Openfire Pit and Openfire Pan Review

Primus Kamoto Openfire Pit If you like to go camping, then it is imperative to know and understand the “Leave No Trace” principles. Plan ahead and prepare Travel and camp on durable surfaces Dispose...

MSR pocketrocket stove kit

Take A Trek With The MSR PocketRocket Stove Kit

MSR PocketRocket Stove Kit First Thoughts The MSR PocketRocket Stove Kit is small, compact, efficient, and light. Ideal for a day trip or a serious through-hike. At a mere 732g (25.8 oz.), 6” tall and...

Nathan FlexShot Water Bottle Review

The water bottle market is always offering a new spin on an old concept: keep water cool, portable, and easy to drink from. However, not all water bottles are created equal. Fortunately, the Nathan...

GSI Macro Table Review

Car camping is so much more fun when you aren’t squished next to your neighbors in a busy campground. When you leave the comforts of a campground, you lose some amenities, including your standard...

GSI Outdoors Javapress

GSI Outdoors Javapress and Infinity Mug Review

The GSI Outdoors JavaPress and Infinity Backpacker Mug Introduction Good quality coffee on the go or in the great outdoors doesn’t have to be difficult. And quite frankly, depending on your level of coffee...