CAMP­SITE COOK­ING

How to be a gourmet chef in the rough

Australian T3 - - HORIZON -

MSR WIND BURNER STOVE SYS­TEM

For cook­ing on a windy beach or moun­tain slope, MSR’s wind­proof ra­di­ant burner and pres­sure reg­u­la­tor are ideal. The stove sys­tem also comes with a ce­ramic-coated 2.5 litre sauce pot and handy eight-inch skil­let. $249.82, msrgear.com

LEATHERMAN SQUIRT PS4

It’s il­le­gal (pos­si­bly) to go camp­ing with­out a penknife or multi-tool. Leatherman’s stain­less steel beast boasts nine tools, in­clud­ing bot­tle opener, scissors and knife, to open, cut and prep food in your camp­site kitchen. $84.95, leatherman.com.au

HELINOX TA­BLE ONE

Avoid chop­ping a hole in your leg as you dice those veg­eta­bles for din­ner with this light­weight (638g) col­lapsi­ble ta­ble. Two cup hold­ers should pre­vent an­noy­ing spills, but if one does oc­cur, the ta­ble’s strong mesh is easy to clean. $128, helinox.com.au

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