Below is a basic checklist for items you will need for your outdoor kitchen. Add or remove items depending on the type of adventure you will be doing and the type cooking you have planned. Having the proper equipment and supplies will make your experience with camp cooking much more enjoyable.
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__Large water jug & water bucket
__Stove with fuel/propane
__Dutch oven/tin can stove/box oven/etc
__Campfire grill/BBQ grill
__Plates & bowls/paper plates & bowls
__Heavy-duty aluminum foil
__Cooking oil/Pam spray
__Containers for food storage
__Pots and frying pans with lids
__Soap for outside of pots and pans
__Cook utensils-spatula, knife, spoon
__Can opener/bottle opener
__First aid kit
__Plastic grocery bags
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I really like that you mentioned taking trash bags. My brother is looking to buy camping cooking supplies but needs tips. I’ll be sure to talk to him about getting trash bags for the dirty plates and extra food.
I’ve only been on a few backpacking trips, so I only have a little experience. I usually go in the desert during the summer, so I’ve never needed any crazy stuff. I think a fire starter is really important. Even if you can make a fire without one, it’s nice to have something quick, because you never know when you’ll need one in a hurry.
I find your list interesting and I keep most of these items in my camp boxes. I didn’t see knives and a way to keep them sharp on the list. I find a small roll of duct tape, tie wire, and zip ties to be handy in camp. Still, I think you have great recommendations for new campers. Good job!