Our camper kitchen box.


We used a kitchen box during our recent Road-trip and found it worked very well. We leave it outside on the table as it seals well and is filled with our most used non-food items.

We used a Murdoch’s Plastic Ammo Crate, which is water-resistant. The lid contains a rubber gasket that helps keep contents dry, while a brass latch keeps the lid securely shut. The boxes are very popular for camping as they have been molded with stacking ridges for slip-resistant stacking. We keep it on our bed when travelling.

Kitchen Box Contents: Top Left to right: Red Storex Stretch Pencil Box, 5.6 x 13.4 x 2.52 Inches for cutlery, Red Storex Stretch Pencil Box, 5.6 x 13.4 x 2.52 Inches for utensils (see next photo) Paper towel, oven mitt and hand towel, containers for spices, lighters & small stuff and spoon rest.

Bottom Left to right: Marina Braai Salt 400 gm (a South African product, which we use a lot of) Kitchen utensils ( stored in Red Storex Stretch Pencil Box, kitchen utensils (see next photo), fast food trays 10 by 14-Inch (we use these on our laps while eating) and 4 Corelle plates. We also store paper napkins between the plate. We don’t have cups in our box, as we have to inside the camper in any case for the milk, teabags, coffee, etc.

We use very few paper plates and cups, as they take up a lot of space in our garbage, which has to be kept inside the camper. We don’t always have a fire to burn them, we were fortunate that we did have plates as there was a fire ban in the area.

Most used big stainless steel kitchen utensils with a hole in the handle and attached to a carabiner: Kitchen tongs (held closed with an elastic) large serving spoon, spatula, perforated Serving Spoon and a ladle.

I got this idea from HOW TO ORGANIZE CAMPING GEAR: TIPS FOR PUTTING TOGETHER A CAMPING SUPPLIES BOX

Contents in the box.

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