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Old 01-16-2020, 07:29 PM   #11
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https://trailkitchens.com/

I have no experience with them, just seen them around the interwebs.
I have a van TK with the sink and water storage (14 gal. fresh, 14 gal. gray water) along with the removable chuck box w/2 burner stove. It is pricey but does the job. Reasonable amount of storage, carry handles to move it out of the van, easily deployable legs to set up stand-alone or it can sit on the end of a table or other platform. I stuffed some Magma nesting pans into the box along with other cooking tools and supplies.

The TK chuck boxes alone are useful. Adding the sink/water storage in the van TK was good for me. But it is pricier than a DIY solution.
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Old 01-22-2020, 05:15 AM   #12
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I can't honestly be bothered with this level of design effort. We cook on a 2 burner camping stove that can be used inside the van or outside. I enjoy both. When I cook outside (on our own table, or one provided by someone else), I move the stuff I need out from the van. Then I move it back in. I'm rarely going to leave that stuff outside overnight, so having to move it back inside isn't a burden, and the actual task of moving food/pans/utensils each way feels pretty minimal to me. It's the mobile stove that matters the most, IMO.
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Old 01-22-2020, 04:34 PM   #13
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https://trailkitchens.com/

I have no experience with them, just seen them around the interwebs.


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looks very interesting and well made, thank for the link.
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