What Cooking Equipment to Bring in your Overland Camping Kitchen
Let’s talk pots and pans. Do you need a fridge in your overland vehicle? What stove and oven (yes!) do we use?
For recipes, take a look here.
Instant Coffee, Brazilian cafezinhos and the Moka pot are just some of the coffee brewing methods that we discuss in this blog post.
Sometimes you are parked in a perfect spot with just enough shade to sit outside and the sun turning to the right side of the car so you can cook … Read more
Do you remember the last time you tried to pressurize your Coleman camp stove and no matter how many times you pumped, no air was getting inside the tank? Sometimes … Read more
17+ years on the road and we’ve never shared much about what kitchen tools we use in our overland kitchen, apart from the Coleman Stove, Coleman Camp Oven and the … Read more
Why Buy a Coleman Camp Oven? Is it worth the investment, the space it takes in the car? After 10 years we bought one, and here’s why.
Why use a pressure cooker on your overland journey? Simply, it saves time, fuel, and water so cooking with a pressure cooker is our default.
How to set up your Coleman Oven outside your four-wheel drive for the best cooking on the road experience? No wind, everything at hand.
Pressure Cooker 101 covers the basics of using a pressure cooker, specifically a Hawkins Futura. Water quantities & time tables, and PDFs.
When you’re going to travel overland, one of the equipment questions is whether to buy an overland fridge or not. Here are pros and cons.
Why we chose a Coleman stove: the major advantage of cooking on gasoline and other issues with regard to this stove.