When top chefs go camping, it’s a culinary adventure in the great outdoors. They trade burgers and hot dogs for bone-in ribeyes with a side of buttery, herb-crusted potatoes. Or they make fresh halibut, crisping the skin in a skillet then topping with a scratch-made strawberry relish. And you can, too. But the key to elevated camping recipes is a little planning. (You know this if you’ve ever tried to dice peppers on a wobbly picnic table).
“Some simple prep work before heading to the campsite can make the more complicated recipes approachable,” says chef and entrepreneur
Rivian’s all-electric pickup won’t just be the first battery-powered truck to hit the market, it’ll also come with its own working kitchen.
The startup’s CEO RJ Scaringe recently showed off the R1T’s intriguing culinary add-on in a video posted to Twitter. The modular accessory includes everything you need to whip up a meal for your friends and loved ones on your next camping trip.
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To create the collection, OXO surveyed campers of varying experience, its sister brand Hydro Flask, and the experts at REI to identify key campsite kitchen tools. The collection includes a cutting board, grilling tongs and a spatula, and cleaning tools. The company then looked at how each product could be improved to meet the specific needs of campers.
Several items received a red accent color, making them easier to spot among a campsite for easy pack-up at the end of the night. OXO also found that effective, efficient cleaning was another pain point for campers.