As you plan your camping trip, you will want to make sure that you have absolutely everything you need to have the best time possible. This will mean putting together all of the right gear to get you through the duration of your trip and good equipment that caters to the type of camping adventure that you are planning. Certainly, no matter whether you are tent camping or backpacking to a cabin, you will have to make sure that you bring along handy camping cooking gear.
If you are new to camping, you may get overwhelmed by all of the options that are available. However, if you are able to put some forethought into the types of dishes that you are going to cook, you will be able to pick the best gear to help you cook with ease no matter where you are staying. Simply looking around at all of your options in cooking equipment will give you a great idea of the types of cooking gear available to you.
Unless you are going to be building a fire daily, you will want to find a great cooking stove to take along with you for your camping trip. You will see that there are portable options, with choices including compressed gas stoves, solid fuel stoves and liquid fuel stoves. Take the time to look at all of these options to see which one suits your needs best. All three of these stove options range in price, beginning anywhere from $30 up to $160 depending on the brand or features that you choose.
You simply cannot forget pots and pans, dishes and cutlery. After all, you want quality pieces that will be durable yet lightweight to carry around with you. Most people who love to camp will opt for aluminum pots and pans because they are easy to carry and heat up quickly on the stove. When it comes to dishes, a good tip to remember is that a durable mug can be used both for drinking but then it can also be used to hold your food that you make for dinner, lunch or even breakfast in the morning. Once cleaned you can even clean it out and hang it from your gear as you hike.
Perhaps the most important way to pack a perfect picnic is: choose foods that travel well. This isn’t a time to bring sloppy, messy food. Look for menu ideas that are portable, easy to make, and totally delicious. Here are five of our picnic-approved favorites: BLT Pasta. How to Pack the Ultimate No-Cook Picnic. Take a break from the #cookinglife and have an easy, breezy, no-cook picnic. By Katherine Sack s. Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex.
No matter what, you will also want to be sure that your gear includes some helpful cleaning supplies. Think of a small packet of dish soap along with a scouring sponge and a dishtowel to help you clean up all of your cooking gear after each meal. When you have to get up and go quickly, think about packing a few bandannas that you can place between your dirty dishes until you are able to stop again to clean them.
For a wonderful trip in the great outdoors, you need to pack the best camping cooking gear. After all, the food that you eat will fuel you for the rest of your outdoor adventures. Picking the best cooking equipment will give you the best food options for delicious meals.© Courtesy @costcosisters/instagram
We love Costco more than we can put into words. The famous big-box chain always has exactly what we're looking for in enormous quantities at superb prices. Earlier this year, they were selling a giant jar of Reese's Pieces, and just recently, delicious hot cocoa bombs have started showing up for the holiday season. They come with marshmallows inside the chocolate.
That's not all we love Costco for, though. They also have some of the best weekend sippers in the game. You know, like this sweet new gift set featuring eight mini bottles of Patron!
Costco's Mini Patron Will Complete Your Week
Do you remember the Patron tequila gift set Costco was offering this past summer? This is like that, but four times as amazing. We love a bit of variety in life, and that's exactly makes this set so great. So, what exactly can we expect?
Altogether, there are eight bottles of mini Patron Tequila. There are four different flavors, which means there are two of each flavor per set. The flavors are as follows: Patron Silver, Patron Añejo, Patron Reposado and Patron XO Cafe. With such an assortment, anyone can enjoy a bottle of their own with this wondrous package!
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While you're probably most familiar with Patron Silver, the others might be new to you. Patron Añejo is an oak tequila aged for 12 months to produce the perfect beverage for sipping. Patron Reposado's oak flavoring is similar, but instead has only been aged for two months. Patron XO Cafe on the other hand is a, 'dark, dry and delicious low-proof coffee liqueur with Patron Silver.' I know what I'm using in my coffee from now on!
These mini bottles may even usurp our favorite tequila for margaritas, they're so good!
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Get Yourself an Early Stocking Stuffer
For only $30, you can grab this exquisite pack of sippers straight from Costco. While they're small enough to stash away in your kitchen for later events, they also serve perfectly for small get-togethers or even adult stocking stuffers this holiday season. It's never too early for gift shopping, right?
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If you need some mixing ideas for your brand new bottles, check out these recipes.
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