camping kitchenSummer may be over, but camping season doesn’t ever stop. You may like to really rough it, making a fire with a bow drill and using a rock pit to cook your newly caught and skinned squirrel, but I’ll bet your wife and kids aren’t quite up to that kind of outdoor survival. So when you hit the (slightly less rough) trails with the family, the Grub Hub camping kitchen will make you the king of your outdoor cooking domain. You’ll need a separate stove for the Hub to hold, but it provides plenty of compartments for pots, pans, and utensils, telescoping rods to hold a multitude of other stuff like lanterns, and even a kitchen sink for washing the dishes.  And if you are done with camping this season, the Grub Hub will be an impressive addition to your tailgating arsenal.

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