Forget s’mores, sorry-looking hotdogs and charred baked beans: from BBQ-ready woks to pop-up kitchenettes, these days, campfire cooking can be Michelin-starred. With a world of options – especially if you’re driving to camp and have a reasonable amount of room in the boot – it’s worth thinking through your menus in advance.
If you plan to stay at the same site for more than a few days, you can literally bring the kitchen sink, attached to a pop-up workbench, with the Vango Cuisine Kitchen.
Campsite cooking is infinitely more appealing when you can chop veg standing up, with decent knives, on a work surface, rather than crouched in the mud. A fire pit will char burgers and veg kebabs to perfection, but won’t be good news for your pans. While it might seem excessive, it’s