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Outdoor cooking: anything for the adventurous outdoor chef

Outdoor cooking has become more and more popular in recent years. Where we first only lit the BBQ in summer we now cook outside all year round. Enjoy a bread on a stick as lunch, a homemade stew for dinner with grilled marshmallows as desert. Our outdoor cooking products offer you the possibility to prepare a complete meal outside which can be enjoyed around the fire. If outdoor cooking is something you love to do our quality products from brands such as Petromax, Primus, Bon-Fire and Kelly Kettle will be perfect for you!

Outdoor cooking with a Dutch Oven

A Dutch Oven is a cast-iron pan you can use to bake, roast, fry, stew and grill. A proper Dutch Oven comes with a lid with raised edges which has enough room for coals. With this method you can turn the pan into an oven to prepare the most delicious pizzas, breads, pies and casseroles.

Cozy up around the fire with a fire pit

A fire pit is an atmospheric ‘dish’ you can use to build a fire responsibly. A fire pit is made from fire resistant material such as cast-iron or steel and is often enhanced with multiple feet. But that is not all, there are many accessories out there that turn using a fire pit into a real experience. Prick marshmallows on a stick and grill them over an open flame. Want to take things up a notch? Use a tripod in combination with a Dutch Oven or BBQ grid and enjoy a delicious stew or grilled meats and veggies.

Cooking with gas stoves

Gas stoves are compact and weigh next to nothing. For this reason they are often used by campers, mountaineers and backpackers. You click on or screw the gas tank underneath the stove, open the gas tap, light the flame and you are ready to cook. You could, of course, also use the gas stoves at home. To heat up a sauce, for instance, next to the BBQ.