Whether you’re waiting for after the pandemic winter to get outside camping, or you live in a place where it’s easy to camp through even the cooler seasons, you should take a moment to think about your camp chow. You like hot meals, right? Why not make it easier on yourself to have the food you enjoy?
If you’re car camping, you don’t have to worry as much about packable weight, so having quality meals is an attainable goal. Why not consider a compact stove like the Eureka Ignite Camp Stove?
This two-burner stove is made with rugged, thick-gauge steel to last for many years of camp dining. It measures 18.5 inches long by 12.8 inches wide by 4 inches tall, and weighs 10 pounds. Latches keep the lid secure while you’re transporting it to the campground, or storing it at home.
Propane fuel is required to operate the stove (not included). It offers a 90-minute burn-time, and for camp kitchen flexibility, there’s also the possibility to connect from the output of other Eureka stoves. The stove includes the standard connection for 1-pound propane cylinders.
Start the stove with the easy push-button igniter. Two-turn simmer control lets you go from light simmer to full output with the 10,000 BTU burners. You can fit two 10-inch pans for camp meals, and cleanup is made much easier with the stainless-steel drip tray.
The stove is perfect for small groups—your family, your pod, and other friends when the time is right. In the meantime, you might as well practice your camp cooking skills so you can have a few fantastic recipes ready to go when you pack up the car for your next camping trip. We all deserve some leisure time in the outdoors.
The Eureka Ignite Camp stove comes in quiet green lists for $109.95 at REI Co-op.