Muahahaha!! It came today!! I’m so excited now all my pie irons and cooking gear is in one neat easy to carry place! And they’re is juuuuuust enough room for the camp waffle-iron my husband doesn’t know is coming either quarantined camper shopping…
Our teardrop has a pretty nice kitchen and every thing we need fits in it. As a matter of fact we pair down what we need after every trip
That’s glamping with a tent and I thought our teardrop was luxurious
That’s pretty elaborate and definitely let’s you cook more elaborate meals. We’ve really scaled down because of minimal space to store things. After we bought our rig the company altered the kitchen/refer set up which would have given us a little more room. Then again, we’ve camped without a lot and made it work. My sister and BIL also have a teardrop. When we camp in campgrounds we become a magnet for fellow campers comparing pros and cons of our rigs.
Curious how to up your camp cooking game? Tune in for our FB Live next week with full time campers Shari and Hutch.
Yeah! Depending on how long are at the camp for will inform how much we set up. It’s it’s only one or two days, then we do a much more minimal set up but the camp cooking is our favorite thing to do
We have friends that always bring gourmet food. Not just burgers, but ground prime burgers, custom seasoned pork chops, marinated chicken. That kind of thing and we appreciate it so don’t get me wrong. We’re not so much about the food, as we are about being away from regular life. Now cocktails and microbrew beer, that’s a thing for sure.
Celebrating a special occasion on your next camping trip? This one pan makes it all, from pizza to German chocolate cake. We love this pan, it goes with us from the camper, to backpacking and sea kayak camping, to international travel (in the before times).
Join us this Wednesday for our camp cooking live event on The Dyrt’s facebook page, 7:30pm eastern.
What are some of your essential pieces of camp cooking gear?