Cooking outdoor

by Tim
(Louisville,KY.& the road)

Emergency Preparedness #5 PORTABLE KITCHEN

Emergency Preparedness #5 PORTABLE KITCHEN

It is possible to eat as well as you do at home if you have a few basic items and the ability to cook. My travel kitchen consists of:

- (2) 533 DUAL FUEL COLEMAN SINGLE BURNER STOVES
- 1) MSR WHISPERLIGHT STOVE W/3 FUEL BOTTLES OZARK TRAIL CAMP GRATE W/FOLDING LEGS FOR OVER STOVES
- 1/8"X 12"X 18" PIECE OF WOOD FOR UNDER STOVES
(the wood can be covered with tin foil for heat reflection and cleanlyness)
- BUGABOO NESTING NON-STICK POTS (set of three)
- MSR STAINLESS STEEL NESTING POTS(set of three)
- PAPER PLATES W/PLASTIC HOLDERS
- PAPER BOWLS
- PAPER TOWELS
- PLASTIC CUPS
- PLASTIC LADLES
- PLASTIC SPATULAS
- PLASTIC SPOONS
- PLASTIC CUTTING BOARD
- ICE TONGS(in place of larger tongs)
- 6" FILET KNIFE W/SHEATH & SHARPENER
- TIN FOIL
- GALLON/QUART ZIP-LOCK BAGS
- 13 GALLON TRASH BAGS
- 8OZ COOKING OIL/ BIODEGRADEABLE & DAWN DISH SOAP
- SCRUBING PADS
- ASSORTED SPICES
- SILVERWARE(4 sets lexan)
- OZARK TRAIL NON-STICK GRIDDLE




All of this fits in a duffle bag with the grate and wood on top between the handles. Any extra gallon cans of fuel are also seperated.

You could add plastic plates,bowls and cups for long term needs and lighter packing. But it means you will need more sterile water to wash them.


"SAFE JOURNEY'S"



Emergency Preparednes Article # 1 TARPS

Emergency Prepardness # 2 TENTS/SHELTER

Emergency Preparedness #3 WATER

Emergency Preparedness # 4 LATRINE/ HOT SHOWER

Emergency Preparedness #5 PORTABLE KITCHEN

Emergency Preparedness # 6 BEDROOM

Emergency Preparedness # 7 COMMUNICATION

Emergency Preparedness #8 TRAVEL/NAVIGATION

Emergency Preparedness #9 DEFENSE/HUNTING


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