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Old 06-11-2015   #1
 
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Whats in your kitchen box?

I did a search but couldn't find any recent topics about this.

Just wondering what you carry in your kitchen box? How much pot...uh....I mean how many pots/pans do you bring? Does this change with group size? Stove? Firepan? Both? What other utensils do you bring?...

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Old 06-11-2015   #2
 
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This is what I carry for the most part.. on trips where someone else brings the stove and dutch ovens I add a big stock pot..

10" Dutch
12" dutch
2 burner stove
26 cup coffee percolator
griddle
4 plastic cutting board sheets
2 plastic buckets
woodland power stove
gravity works water filter
MSR dromdary 10L water bag
Squish collapsable bowls and strainer 4 qt and 5 quart
strainer
12 plates
12 bowles
silverware for 12
4 cups
2 coffee mugs
assortment of utensils
gerber compact shovel
sven saw
lighters
pepper, garlic salt, and johnnys
hot pads and dish towles
dish soap
bleach
hand wash station cans
colapsable charcoal chimney
paper towles
parchment paper
tin foil
sos pad

I'm sure i'm forgetting something
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Damn. That's a lot of stuff.

I also wanted to know if any of you have experience with the sand free miltimats from CGear.
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I got my brother in law one for christmas a couple of years ago and he loves it.. On the main salmon he just puts in down and the sand and puts his paco on it..
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Kitchen – fits in 40X16X16 Kitchen Box
o Camp Chef AT50 Sport Utility Stove, 2 burners, 20k btu each
o Coleman folding aluminum stove stand
o Two-piece breakdown propane tree (fits in stove)
o Two nesting 10 qt. aluminum stock pots
o GSI Pinnacle Large Base Camp nesting cook set (5 & 3 ltr. pots, 8” frying pan) (nests in large stock pots)
o 15 enamel-ware camp plates (nest in stock pots)
o 12 enamel-ware bowls (nest inside GSI set inside stock pots)
o 14” non-stick frying pan with removable handle, lid
o Non-stick rectangular aluminum griddle in cloth case (packs inside stove)
o Flat Cutting boards (2),
o Silverware service for 15+, including 6 steak knives in sealable container
o Cooking utensils (2 mixing bowls, variety of kitchen knives, spatulas, whisk, spoodle, ladle, grater, measuring cup, strainer, tongs, can opener, corkscrew, etc).
o 64 oz. capacity GSI Java Drip coffee maker with #6 coffee cone, nests inside 12 cup percolator body (sans innards) for boiling coffee water
o HydroFlask 64 oz insulated growler for coffee (finish beer the night before- keeps first batch of coffee hot while making more)
o 3 stacking wash basins for dishes, cleaning supplies
o Dish cleanup – soap, bleach, dishrags, scrubber, towels, strainer
o Salt/pepper, spray cooking oil, aluminum foil, paper towels, zip lock bags, party lights
o Dish drying hammock for under outfitter table

I have a sand mat that can be used as a kitchen floor tarp, but it doesn't go in the kitchen box.
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Damn. That's a lot of stuff.

I also wanted to know if any of you have experience with the sand free miltimats from CGear.
We have three. Two of the smaller ones and one larger one. They are amazing. Shed sand and dirt. We've used them under our tents (leaving some out under the main vestibule as well as a kick-ass tarp to sleep on out in the open.
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In line with the OP - I'd be interested in focusing in on what people bring for cookware specifically. Let's assume group size is between 12-16.

Stainless? Cast Iron? Non-stick? Size? Quantity?

Main items:

Dutch ovens
Stock pots
Frying pans
Sauce pans
Drink pots (kettle, coffee, etc)
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My standard kitchen box (larger Mojave box):
Two cutting boards
8 plates
4 bowls
2 large serving bowls
4 medium serving bowls
4 small serving bowls
1 each large, medium,small knife
12 butter knives
12 forks
8 tablespoons
8 teaspoons
4, 3, 2, 1L nesting pots
2 pot gripper handles
10" skillet (lid for nesting set)
Aluminum foil
Ziplock bags
Napkins
Roll of paper towel
2 hot mitts
2 trivets
Cooking spray
Hand sanitizer
Corkscrew
Matches

This works well for a group up to 12. A tackle box with adjustable dividers and each compartments contents labeled works great for the utensils and small items. I am looking to add a griddle.


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Ewww! Creepy and unexpected!!!!


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