3 Things You Need in a Camp Kitchen Kit

A specialized set of knives, forks, spoons and other utensils and dishware can help you enjoy your next meal outdoors

Kitchen Organizers
Having a collection of kitchen cutlery and tableware for camping means you’ll never have to borrow from your home kitchen the next time you plan to overnight outside.GSI Outdoors

Being the camp cook is often a thankless task. But the better one’s skills at the stove or fire pit, the happier the campers. Other than having a proper heat source and cookware, the best way to organize any camp kitchen is with a multi-piece utensil set. A commercial unit that comes in its own carrying case takes the hassle out of cobbling together a random array of spatulas, knives, and tongs in a chuck box or ammo can. When considering an off-the-shelf solution to outdoor kitchen organization, look for these three key features.

Wealers Camp Kitchen Utensil Organizer Travel Set

Stylish Bag

With a separate pouch for each item, you can avoid damage.Wealers

The best thing about a store-bought camp kit is having a place for everything and everything in its place. Once you've decided which combination of utensils is right for your camping style, look for a rip-stop nylon or Cordura bag with internal mesh pockets to make each item easily accessible. A top strap or loop is handy for hanging everything next to the cook area.

Life 2 Go 9-Piece Portable Camp Kitchen Utensil Organizer Set

Great for Cookouts

Never be without essential tools like shears, a bottle opener, and tongs.Life 2 Go

A chef's knife is essential, and a pair of kitchen shears is a bonus. The most complete kits will have both. If the kit is also packaged with a paring knife, you will be prepared for any culinary challenge.

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Grilling Partner

This kit includes unusual items like a spice shaker and a collapsible whisk. GSI Outdoors

Other than the chef’s knife, a large soup spoon, a spatula, and a pair of tongs are the three most used items in any outdoor kitchen. You can provision with tableware and eating utensils separately, but when you need to stir that big pot of camp chili or flip the brats on game day, you don’t want to be doing it with a spork.

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