VIDEO: My Camp Kitchen Setup

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  1. TomSwenson

    TomSwenson New Member

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    https://youtu.be/VqL0ByHpCFQ

    This is a brief video showing how I set up my camp kitchen when camping in my Pop up.
     
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    Thanks for posting the video. You have a great set up for camp cooking.
     
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    Very good.. I really liked the pot set, where did you find those ?
     
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    Thanks for posting - it's always interesting to see how others organize their campsite. Looks like a very nice setup.
     
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    @ Snow- the pot set in the video says Cuisinart. IIRC, they still made one a couple of years ago. We opted for the Magma brand - not the non-stick version, made in the U.S. The Magma one is very similar, nests, and has detachable handles; designed originally for the boat industry. Great quality, will be the last set we need for camping.

    For the OP, looks like a nice set up for DO cooking.
     
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    That's a nice setup you have there. One of the more things to address when trying to camp and cook is an efficient cooking process. I like that you had the clean up area on the backside. It requires you carrying the dirty dishes around to the other side but water invariably goes everywhere and it's good to keep it away from the door of the PUP. And of course that's where the external shower is [;)].

    Keep it up and thanks for sharing.
     
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    Nice presentation thanks for sharing
     
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    Yup, found the nesting pots.. The Cuisinart ones are discontinued and the other cost way to much and ridiculous shipping up to here...
     

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