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Use Aluminum Foil for making packet meals. Just wrap up some sliced potatoes, onions,
carrots, zucchini, salt & pepper, and a little butter, seal the ends well, and lay it on the grill
to roast.
Bring a hand crank can opener.
Buy a sponge that has a scrubber on one side, to make washing pots and dishes easier.
A coffee percolator with the glass bulb on top works great on the stove or fire. Fresh
brewed coffee and camping are old companions.
Swiss Army type pocketknives are poor substitutes for a real corkscrew. Bring the real
thing if you plan to have wine.
Get a very small plastic cutting board. One just big enough to give you some clean food
preparation surface. Picnic tables are notoriously dirty, and they won't last long if everyone
uses them for a cutting board.
Take dish-soap in a very small bottle. Fill it with just enough for your trip.
Take your own small portable charcoal grill just in case the one at the campground isn't
Igloo and Coleman make really good ice chests. Make sure the clasp is secure, or use a
strap to hold it shut and prevent animals from getting inside.
Meat frozen at home before packing will last longer.
You'll need sharp knives for preparing food, and possibly for cutting those steaks you grill.
Folding pocketknives should be the "locking" type, which prevent accidental folding of the
Get the "strike anywhere" wooden matches, not the "strike on box" safety kind. Put them in
a waterproof container, like an old film canister.
Plastic measuring cups are fine, but a metal one won't melt if inadvertently left near the fire.
Have a couple potholders and an oven mitt to handle the cooking, and to help around the
Leather work gloves can be very useful around a campfire.
Marshmallow forks can get kind of hot over the campfire, so keep that oven mitt handy.
If you're in an area inhabited by bears, be sure to hang your trash bag high off the ground
and a good distance from your tent at night. Better still, if you're in an established
campground, place your bag in the special bear-proof receptacles at night.

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