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Items for cooking and food preparation at the campsite, whether is cooking over a gas stove, or cooking over a campfire.

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The Robens Fire Moth System should be great for backpacking or bike packing. It's lightweight, strong, and has a good cooking capacity. However, the one I reviewed, didn't go so well.  Read on to find out more.
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£14.99
An excellent system, but the one I was reviewing let me down when I needed it.
Quality
5
Features
7
Value for Money
5
Reliability
0
PROS:
  • Good capacity
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • No piezo ignition.
  • I had difficulty getting the gas flowing.
  • The gas control knob came off the one I was testing.
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The Outwell Dunton is a foldable dish rack ideal for camping, caravans, camper vans, and motor homes. We give it a try.
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£22.43
An ingenious little design to solve a much-overlooked problem.
Value for Money
6
Practicality
7.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Folds up and takes up little space.
  • Sponge catching drips can be better than a tray.
  • Good quality plastic.
CONS:
  • Not sure how well the sponge base will last.
  • The arms that hold plates need to be longer.
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The Outwell Collaps Water Carrier holds 12 litres of water, yet folds down to just 8.5 cm high so it won't take up lots of space in your car boot.
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£21.00
Value for Money
8
Quality
9
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Takes up less space for transport.
  • More rugged than other collapsible water carriers.
  • Easy carry handle.
CONS:
  • Tap sticks out when folded, so be careful of it when packing it in the car.
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The Outwell Collaps Colander is something we've used for years. It's a great bit of kit for family cooking at the campsite.
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A handy bit of kit for family cooking at the campsite.
Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A good size for family cooking.
  • Packs down small.
CONS:
  • None.
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The Outwell Grimsby induction hob is a safer way to cook inside your tent.
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£18.44
Practicality
9.5
Value for Money
9.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A safer option to use in your tent.
  • Heats up quickly.
  • Auto cut-off when pan removed.
CONS:
  • None really apart from it is obviously only one hob.
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The Wayfayrer meals are pre-cooked meals in a bag that you can simply re-heat by boiling in the bag.
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Value for Money
7.5
Quality
9.5
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • An easy way for you (or your child) to cook a meal.
  • The ones we tried tasted great.
CONS:
  • Can get expensive if buying many meals.
  • If boiling in water, bring a pot large enough.
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The Robens Telescopic Tripod is a great addition to your camping toolkit, especially if you like cooking over a campfire!
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Quality
8
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • Folds down small and is lightweight.
  • Strong enough to hold a full pot over the campfire.
  • Has spiked feet for extra stability.
CONS:
  • Securing the chain can be fiddly. Make sure you do it right so you don't spill the contents of a hot pan over anyone! This is the only reason I marked quality down, otherwise, this is a quality bit of kit.
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The Primus Campfire Cookset looks very smart, but how practical and useful is this set of pots and pans? We take a closer look.
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£39.59
We really like the Primus Campfire Cookset. It get's the thumbs up form us.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • These pans look smart, function well, and some good features.
CONS:
  • These are obviously more expensive than a cheap set of pots and pans, but shop around, you can often get them cheaper than the RRP. Click on the Price tab above.
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The Primus Tupike Stove not only looks smart, it can save you a whole load of hassle at the campsite.
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This is a great stove package.
Value for Money
7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Easy to set-up.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Looks smart.
CONS:
  • Pricey. Fortunately, it's not just about looks. The Primus Tupike is very practical.
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We love cooking over the campfire, and the Robens Bighorn is our new favourite campfire cooking must-have item.
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£24.99
A great option for family campfire cooking. You won't need to be a campfire guru to enjoy a great cookout with the Robens Bighorn.
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A big pan for cooking over the campfire. A great size for families.
CONS:
  • You'll need space to transport it, but the legs screw in and out, so it doesn't take up too much space.
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We test out the Vango Fuel Gel, which is an eco-friendly and safer alternative to meths. But how well does it perform?
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£135.96
The Vango Fuel Gel is much safer to have around kids than liquid fuels.
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
8
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • There's no doubt that this is much safer than meths. And it's good for the environment too.
CONS:
  • It's not going to cook as quick as a gas burner.
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We test out Vango's folding stove, which is small enough for you to throw in a backpack and enjoy warm food on your next picnic.
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£22.42
This is a handy little stove. There are a few niggles we found with it, but it does the job just fine.
Value for Money
9
Quality
8
PROS:
  • A small lightweight stove easy to fit in your backpack for some warm food when hiking out on the hills.
CONS:
  • The piezo ignition needs a few pushes to work, and the orange box it comes in isn't very good. Although it says on the box it comes with a windshield, for any wind more than a breeze, we recommend you take a separate folding windshield.
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Jen and family test out the Primus Onja stove on one of their camping trips. Is it any good? Read here to find out more.
£115.09
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We've been giving the Outwell Wash Base a good test.
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Value for Money
8.5
Practicality
10
Quality
9.5
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We test out the new Campingaz Party Grill, and cook pizzas on it (of course!). This is a really versatile cooking system that you can use as a grill, hotplate, hob, BBQ, and oven.
£134.99
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We give the Campingaz Twister Plus kit a review. Is a backpacking stove practical for a family? We give it a try...
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Value for Money
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A really handy little stove that's easy to light.
  • Comes with two pots too.
CONS:
  • Not always that stable if you have a lot in the pot. Make sure you use it on level ground.
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Want a fire pit you can easily transport to the campsite? Want to also use it as a BBQ? The Outwell Cazal Fire Pit could be the answer.
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Quality
9.5
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Foldable legs for easier transport.
  • Can be used as a fire pit or BBQ.
  • Griddle for cooking.
  • Griddle has handles to easily remove.
  • Spark lid to prevent unwanted accidents.
  • Tool for removing the hot lid.
CONS:
  • Wish legs were longer so it is further from the ground.
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We've been using the Outwell Drayton Kitchen Table and have been very impressed with it. We love it and highly recommend it. Read this review to find out more.
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£247.00
Quality
10
Practicality
10
Family Friendly
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • Easily folds down into a rigid carry case.
  • Fast to put up.
  • A practical and usable sink.
  • Utensil rack and shelf great space savers.
  • Easy to wipe clean.
  • Lots of good storage space.
  • Lots of good worktop space or room for a camping stove.
CONS:
  • None - we absolutely love the Outwell Drayton kitchen table. It comes highly recommended.
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We review the Lifeventure Ellipse Cookware, which is recommended for those taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
£2.00
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The Light My Fire Meal Kit is a well designed solution for backpacking or picnics. Our daughter bought one for her Duke of Edinburgh Award, so we took it for a test drive to see how good it is when used for real.
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We've been giving the Campingaz 400 ST a good test. Is it a practical stove for family camping? Does the Xcelerate technology really work? Read to find out.
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Value for Money
8
Quality
8
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • The burners deliver a good heat with no great deal of disturbance from the wind.
CONS:
  • The plastic handle was broken.
  • The grill is not that great.
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This Coffee Mug Cafetiere proved just the solution to having real coffee when camping. No need for separate cafetiere, and no need for instant coffee!
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£9.90
PROS:
  • Brew fresh coffee without needing to take a Cafetière to the campsite.
  • Insulated to keep your coffee warm.
CONS:
  • Wish it had a lid and a little bigger.
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The Outwell Kitchen Storer is a really handy way to keep your camp kitchen bits together and transport them to and from the campsite. It's helped us.
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£43.99
Practicality
9
Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
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This great little package gives you a fire pit/BBQ, tripod, and Grill. Perfect for camping and campfire cooking.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
7
Practicality
7
Fun Factor
10
PROS:
  • Can use as a BBQ or Firepit.
  • The grill can be raised or lowered.
  • Can hang things like a campfire kettle or coffee pot to keep it warm over the heat.
CONS:
  • Fiddly to pack away.
  • The legs don't collapse, and so you must unscrew them if you need to lay the fire pit flat when transporting it.
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