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    It's never been easier to whip up a proper feast at the campsite. If you’re serious about cooking tasty food in the outdoors, you’ve got to be organized. That’s why we love My Camp Kitchen’s sturdily constructed Outdoorsman. With a slide-out magnetic knife rack and drawers for spices and utensils, there’s room for just about everything in your cook kit ($499).

    We've stocked the Outdoorsman with a few more campsite gadgets that will help transform your campsite into a top quality kitchen. Check them out!

    Sam Moulton

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    A detachable handle makes it easy to grasp the 2.5-quart sauce pan in the Coleman Family Cook Set, which comes with an equally indestructible 6.5-quart kettle and ten-inch frying pan ($40).When it comes to cooking, Primus’s Firehole 300 is the most user-friendly two-burner stove we’ve ever tested ($295).

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    Because it’s a cinch to clean and almost impossible to scratch or chip, GSI’s classic enamelware, like the 12-piece Pioneer table set, remains our campsite tableware of choice ($70).

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    To James Bond in the backcountry, go with GSI’s Glacier Stainless Steel martini glasses ($13).

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    If we had to pack just one pan, it’d probably be an old-school cast-iron frypan like Lodge’s eight-inch skillet ($18).

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    Rikumo’s stainless-steel utensils ($68) are simple, stylish, and well made.

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    Byer of Maine’s Pangean folding stool ($35)is comfier than you’d think. Relax and sit by the light of Coleman’s NorthStar Dual Fuel InstaStart lantern ($150).

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    Like all of New West Knifework’s blades, the Serrated Deli Utility Knife Fusionwood 2.0 is handmade in Massachusetts. A riveted leather sheaf makes for simple packing ($159).

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    Not only is the Coleman 54-Quart Steel-Belted cooler better looking than most, it’s also tougher, with stainless-steel handles and rust-resistant hinges ($120).

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