Camping Cooking

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Camping Cooking

Learn More About Camp Kitchen Gear Selection Camp Kitchen Gear, Food & Equipment Select from a variety of camping grills, camp stoves, turkey fryers, camp cookware, coolers and backpacking food to make your camping trip, hiking trip or backyard barbecue a success. Whether you’re heading out for a weekend at the campsite, hitting the trail for a multi-day hike or cooking a meal for your family at the lake, DICK’S Sporting Goods offers a variety of camp stoves and cookware to suit your needs. Choose from multi-burner stoves and portable ovens to ultra-lightweight and compact backpacking stoves. The cookware assortment at DICK’S varies from heavy-duty cast iron pans to ultra-light cooking sets and meal kits. We have a wide variety of coolers, water bottles and lunch coolers from top brands like Igloo, Yeti and Coleman. Choose from our larger, hard-sided coolers for fishing and hunting trips with enough space for game and fish. Rolling coolers are great for tailgates, and soft-sided carry bags work well on-the-go or at the beach. They come with sufficient insulation to keep things cold and fresh throughout the day. Hikers and campers will appreciate the variety of pre-packaged camping food available at DICK’S Sporting Goods. Featuring top brands such as Backpacker’s Pantry and Mountain House, choose from an assortment of easy-to-prepare options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Expert Advice Choosing what to eat and how to prepare it is an important part of planning your next camping trip. Pre-packaged camping foods require little in the way of preparation, at most needing only a campfire, water and a container for boiling, making them an ideal choice for hikers and backpackers. Campers staying at an established campsite will want to consider camp stoves, pots and pans, roasting forks and more to create the perfect camp kitchen. Portable gas grills fit easily in the back of your vehicle, are lightweight and set up with ease. Select from a range of accessories to round out your gear, whether you’re camping, barbecuing at the lake or tailgating before the big game. There is a big difference between the cooking needs of a hiker and a camper. As a hiker, your focus should be on compact, lightweight and useful gear that is easy to carry over long distances. Consider lightweight backpacking stoves, nesting meal kits and pre-packaged, dehydrated meals to keep your pack weight down. If you are more focused on camping than hiking, your options open up to grills, large coolers and an array of pots, pans and cookware. Consider your space and packing room when purchasing a grill. DICK’S carries a variety of grills that have stands that are easily collapsible. However, tabletop grills without stands are a fantastic option if packing space is limited. PRO TIPS The Pro Tips Multi-Day Hike Checklist Are you planning to spend the next few days out on the trail? Make sure you have everything you need for your upcoming multi-day hike with our Pro Tips checklist. Learn More The Pro Tips Camping Trip Checklist Gearing up for your next camping trip? Take a look at our essential camping checklist to make sure you have everything you need. Learn More
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Camping Cooking

Choosing what to eat and how to prepare it is an important part of planning your next camping trip. Pre-packaged camping foods require little in the way of preparation, at most needing only a campfire, water and a container for boiling, making them an ideal choice for hikers and backpackers. Campers staying at an established campsite will want to consider camp stoves, pots and pans, roasting forks and more to create the perfect camp kitchen. Portable gas grills fit easily in the back of your vehicle, are lightweight and set up with ease. Select from a range of accessories to round out your gear, whether you’re camping, barbecuing at the lake or tailgating before the big game. There is a big difference between the cooking needs of a hiker and a camper. As a hiker, your focus should be on compact, lightweight and useful gear that is easy to carry over long distances. Consider lightweight backpacking stoves, nesting meal kits and pre-packaged, dehydrated meals to keep your pack weight down. If you are more focused on camping than hiking, your options open up to grills, large coolers and an array of pots, pans and cookware. Consider your space and packing room when purchasing a grill. DICK’S carries a variety of grills that have stands that are easily collapsible. However, tabletop grills without stands are a fantastic option if packing space is limited.
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Camping Cooking

Camp Kitchen Gear, Food & Equipment Select from a variety of camping grills, camp stoves, turkey fryers, camp cookware, coolers and backpacking food to make your camping trip, hiking trip or backyard barbecue a success. Whether you’re heading out for a weekend at the campsite, hitting the trail for a multi-day hike or cooking a meal for your family at the lake, DICK’S Sporting Goods offers a variety of camp stoves and cookware to suit your needs. Choose from multi-burner stoves and portable ovens to ultra-lightweight and compact backpacking stoves. The cookware assortment at DICK’S varies from heavy-duty cast iron pans to ultra-light cooking sets and meal kits. We have a wide variety of coolers, water bottles and lunch coolers from top brands like Igloo, Yeti and Coleman. Choose from our larger, hard-sided coolers for fishing and hunting trips with enough space for game and fish. Rolling coolers are great for tailgates, and soft-sided carry bags work well on-the-go or at the beach. They come with sufficient insulation to keep things cold and fresh throughout the day. Hikers and campers will appreciate the variety of pre-packaged camping food available at DICK’S Sporting Goods. Featuring top brands such as Backpacker’s Pantry and Mountain House, choose from an assortment of easy-to-prepare options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.
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Camping Cooking

Camp Cooking & Dining Just because you’re miles away from a real kitchen doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a campsite meal. Cabela’s carries outdoor cooking and dining equipment to bring out your inner outdoor chef. Check out Cabela’s assortment of camp and blind stoves, backpacking stoves, camp grills, grills, grilling accessories, smokers, fryers, cookers, camp cookware, coolers, camp kitchens, camping and backpacking food, cast iron and Dutch ovens, camp dishes and utensils, travel mugs and cups, water storage containers, flasks and spices, seasonings and marinades. Shop brands that know outdoor cooking such as Cabela’s, Coleman, Camp Chef, CRKT, Sea to Summit and more. Forget eating out of a can, you’ve got plenty of outdoor cooking equipment to help prepare a delicious meal at your campsite.
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Camping Cooking

Just because you’re miles away from a real kitchen doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a campsite meal. Cabela’s carries outdoor cooking and dining equipment to bring out your inner outdoor chef. Check out Cabela’s assortment of camp and blind stoves, backpacking stoves, camp grills, grills, grilling accessories, smokers, fryers, cookers, camp cookware, coolers, camp kitchens, camping and backpacking food, cast iron and Dutch ovens, camp dishes and utensils, travel mugs and cups, water storage containers, flasks and spices, seasonings and marinades. Shop brands that know outdoor cooking such as Cabela’s, Coleman, Camp Chef, CRKT, Sea to Summit and more. Forget eating out of a can, you’ve got plenty of outdoor cooking equipment to help prepare a delicious meal at your campsite.
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Camping Cooking

camping mark View September 14, 2011 Another thing I forgot to mention is that we use a 10 quart stainless steel pressure cooker. It’s like having a micro wave along for speed cooking. We use it to cook dried beans, legumes, and other hard to cook items. We have used it for the past 7 years would never go camping without it.
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Camping Cooking

patricia percy View May 25, 2014 this is the first time camping. I have invited my whole family. Son and fiance, daughter and boyfriend and me and my husband. I want to appear as though I have experience at camping/ cooking Help me.
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Camping Cooking

Camping Recipes Top-rated recipes to cook over an open fire or on a camp stove when you’re sleeping under the stars. Get easy recipes for campfire classics like s’mores, hobo pies, pizza, and more. Eggs on the Grill “Did this for our camping trip and it turned out well! I used an aluminum muffin pan and greased it very well.” – moaa Toasty Campfire Cookies Oatmeal cookies, white chocolate, milk chocolate, and marshmallows make a tasty twist on graham s’mores. Grilled Sausage with Veggies “So easy to make, and easy clean-up too! We really enjoyed it and will make it again.” – tracylynn High-Fiber, High-Protein Bars “These bars are perfect for me. Really good taste, filling, and healthy, and just enough natural sweetness from the bananas and honey.” – Scully Campfire S’mores in a Cone “I added peanut butter cups instead of the chocolate chips. No cleanup or prep work while at the campsite!” – Beth in San Diego Get Allrecipes Magazine! Top-rated recipes, party ideas, and cooking tips to inspire you year-round. Get a full year for just $7.99! Subscribe Now Dutch Oven Recipes Dutch Oven Recipes

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