Dehydrated meals to dutch oven gourmet; the camping gear that lets you eat like a king.

GSI Camp Cook Set

Never forget the basics again. GSI's Pinnacle Dualist is a self-contained cook system that nestles two bowls, two mugs and two spoons ready for backcountry use. Read More...

December 28, 2009

Wood-Burning Camp Stove

The StoveTec GreenFire is a simple wood-burning camp stove created by an organization that regularly deals with humanitarian efforts from rural Asia to slums in South Africa. Read More...

August 6, 2009

Jetboil Group Cooking System Review

When you’re starving and don’t have much time to cook a meal, the Jetboil Group Cooking System is a good choice. It’s a stove ideal for a small group of backpackers who need an easy-to-use system that heats up fast, breaks down easily and requires minimal extra supplies. Read More...

December 1, 2008

Jetboil Helios Review

In my test of the Helios High-Performance Cook System -- Jetboil's latest camp stove creation -- the burner produced a "10-inch-tall dancing blue genie" of a flame. It also boiled a liter of water quicker than almost any stove I've ever seen. This is my full review. . . Read More...

June 16, 2008

Redwood Creek Cooking Contest

Calling all campfire cooks. Redwood Creek Wines is sponsoring a unique cooking contest with a $10,000 prize. Last year's winner, Leah Lyon of Oklahoma, pulled off victory with her "Coal Roasted Chuckbox Pozole Stuffed Onions," a recipe (pictured left) that includes poblano chiles, an avocado, cornbread stuffing mix, and four sweet onions. . . Read More...

March 20, 2008

Gear Review — Guyot Designs Squishy Bowl

Backpackers can fold, cram and stuff these silicon bowls in the bottom of their rucksack. They weigh almost nothing and pop back to retain their shape like magic. They cradle camp food on a smooth, food-grade silicone palette that cleans easy with some scrubbing in a stream, or with your tongue. . . Read More...

July 17, 2007

Jetboil Review – Personal Cooking System

The Jetboil Personal Cooking System (PCS) has been called a total rethink of the traditional camp stove. The all-in-one $80 product, which debuted two years ago to much fanfare in the outdoors press, integrates a small butane burner with a special heat-transfer ring and a 1-liter metal cup. The end result is a cooking system that is about twice as fuel efficient as competing stove models, according to the company's tests. Read More...

September 24, 2005
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