Originally Posted by tractors1
...We just cook on the campsite table with a Weber grill.
Originally Posted by Jon in AZ
...My trusty old Coleman stove takes a minute or two to set up and only adds perhaps 15 pounds to my Scamp 13.
Originally Posted by mary and bob
...We have one of those folding camp kitchen tables we use under our awning
or a EZ up type canopy. Grill on top, toaster oven on bottom shelf, cooking utensils in a plastic tub on one shelf. Tub is secured to the shelf and has a latching lid so critters can't get in it.
I'm a tent camper looking at Fiberglass trailers. And agree with the above thoughts.
My camp kitchen, includes a chuck box (cooking utensils and various cooking and clean up supplies) and Coleman two burner stove. I have a 20lb propane
tank with attached propane
tree, supplies my kitchen and a lantern. Portable folding table, and usually picnic tables at camp site, provide the kitchen counter space. Various coolers.
I often find when cooking a meal, the main course requires just a few of the items in my camp kitchen. It's nice to have the entire camp kitchen, for all the meals, but when cooking one meal - the entire camp kitchen is not needed.
So my thought on Fiberglass trailers (looking at Scamp) - what's in the chuck box will go in the trailer. Maybe some of the coolers in the trailer, some in the tow vehicle or under out side tables. The propane
tank will be attached to the trailer. I too like using a Weber table top charcoal grill. Cooking will be done outside on a table, pulling just a few items from the trailer that is needed - for that meal.
Basically, the trailer becomes my chuck box