REVIEW: Cabela’s Deluxe Camp Kitchen

Hello Dear Glampers!

As you may have seen in our photos or read about in a past blog post, we LOVE our Cabela’s Deluxe Camp Kitchen! We wanted to do a short and sweet blog post and “review” it for you all and explain how and why it has become one of the centerpieces of our glampsite!

 

Girls’ Glamping Guide Overall Rating 

Cabela’s Deluxe Camp Kitchen: 4/5 lanterns

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Pros: 

Compact

Portable

Great use of under space as “cabinets”

Well-designed layout

 

Cons:

Learning curve involved in setting up/breaking down

“Sink” is not realistically very functional

 

 

First off, let us say this: us here at Girls’ Glamping Guide are foodies and we LOVE to cook and eat! So, even before we got our “official” camp kitchen, we were getting creative with how we could whip up some seriously delish meals even away from home. We are also very lucky in that one of our dear assistant glamp counselors, Matt, is an AWESOME cook and is usually behind any exceptional breakfasts you see us posting! And a cook needs tools and space!

We already had a large grill/stove combo that was great, as well as our ADORED electric skillet and coffee pot (see links below) . Between these few items, we were doing ok…

BUT THIS CAMP KITCHEN IS NEXT LEVEL. Did we mention its portable?

Here is a photo of the camp kitchen before it is unpacked…

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open kitchen

We use the two side “cupboards” to house everything from utensils to dishes, as well as dry foods that are protected from the elements. There is also more “counter space” if you will, as well as a shelf where we store condiments, seasonings, etc.

If you find yourself in the same area as us and come by to visit the glampsite, you will most likely see the coffee pot perfectly perched on the left side of the kitchen, its eternal home for those of us who refuse to accept “cowboy coffee” as a necessary evil during outdoor adventures.

So, if any of you out there are tent camping, or using a very small glamper that is without a full kitchen, we HIGHLY recommend looking into one of these camp kitchen for yourselves.

Happy Glamping! Xox.

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