There is something special about outdoor cooking while you’re in the great outdoors. Sure, being outside is good for the soul, but for some reason, food just tastes better when you cook and eat it outside. For instance, pancakes are good inside but they’re better when you’re camping. And pork n beans? Mediocre inside but awesome outside. Of course, cooking over a campfire is sometimes the best, but you can’t cook over a campfire in late summer when campfires are banned due to fire danger. For those situations — and spots down by the river — you need a good camp stove.
To learn more and find your own camp stove, check out my guide to the best camping stoves over at Man Makes Fire.