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  1. A-Aron

    US Rocky Mountain Amazing training opportunity, great people, lots of fun and camping!

    Expedition Utah is hosting the annual Overland Skills Camp. There will be some extensive off-road driving training, spotting, instruction on driving in different terrains, coverage of several different recovery techniques along with training on different recovery tools. View Rally Point
  2. North40overland

    Turn the Spice Rack "Up a Notch"

    My wife got creative and took the GSI Spice Rack to the next level. We LOVE IT!
  3. Embark With Mark

    What is your favorite overland/camp stove?

    Not many things are more crucial to a good trip than a nice meal. Having the tools to cook a nice meal can be hard to come by especially with all the different fuel types and makes of stoves that exist. I have used all sorts of Coleman stoves, backpacking stoves, single burner and duel burner...
  4. OverlandEats

    Overland Eats in CO

    Hey Gang! New to the forum here. Looking into membership now! I’m @OverlandEats on insta and you can usually find me in the mountains of Colorado cooking up food and adventure. I do. Lot of secret pop up dinners so say hi if you see me on the trails. Looking forward to getting involved w this group!
  5. Cabin_fever

    Kitchen in a Bucket Idea.

    No money for those fancy drawer setups, and it's way too cold outside to build anything. I can afford a 5 gallon bucket and a cheap tool belt from Walmart though. "System" stores everything but the dry goods stuff (which will be in another 5 gallon), and it takes up much less room in the truck...
  6. Nickzero

    Thanksgiving Expedition with North GA Overland

    Over this Thanksgiving break I decided to solo it up to the North Georgia mountains for a 3 day Overland adventure. After the 8 hour drive up to Jasper GA from Sanford Florida, I ended up sleeping in a Walmart parking lot in my 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. The morning brought a 20 degree...
  7. Road

    SOLD Brand New Skottle and ALL Accessories - $325 + shipping

    SOLD! FOR SALE: BRAND NEW @tembotusk Skottle The Skottle is an 18” disc used for cooking. It stands 28” tall on removable legs and is heated with a 10,000 BTU Coleman single burner fueled by propane. You can use either single pound canisters or larger tanks. I strongly suggest a larger...
  8. Road

    FOR SALE New Set of Chef-Grade Cookware: 4 pcs with lids, $79 + shipping

    Brand New: Eight Piece Vollrath Chef Grade OPTIO Stainless Steel Cookware with Aluminum Clad Bottoms - Stainless steel - Restaurant quality - Four sauce pots with covers - Aluminum clad bottoms for even heat distribution - Induction stove top ready and can be used on any stove surface Set...
  9. ovrlndr

    Anyone using carbon steel for cooking at camp?

    I know cast iron is popular for cooking at camp, but I’m interested to see if anyone is using carbon steel pans instead of cast iron? For those unfamiliar with carbon steel, it’s similar in concept to cast iron in that it must be seasoned and eventually develops a slick non-stick coating, it...
  10. NW Adventure & Overland

    What kind of camp desserts/treats do you make while camping?

    Many of us have kids that come along on our trips and we like to make something special for them to enjoy around the camp fire. We stumbled across a neat simple treat, that we like to call Smore-Eo's. It's simple take your favorite Smore and add a marshmallow to the center and BOOM a new quick...
  11. cerberus

    TemboTusk Skottle -Alternative or DIY

    Hey Everybody, I am looking for a cheaper alternative to the TemboTusk Skottle Grill. I know generally speaking you get what you pay for and it is hard to replace genuine items, but I'm always open to trying things in order to stretch the almighty dollar. One setup I have seen is the following...
  12. Mike Costa

    What knife/utensil kits are you using?

    What does everyone here use to store their knives, cooking utensils, and eating utensils? trying to make everything a little more organized and keep everything in one place at least for the knives and cooking utensils. we use Ka-bar chopsticks for the most part to eat along with their spork and...
  13. ASRussell


    How does everybody store their spices and what / how much do you usually bring
  14. Hank Outdoors

    Small Propane Tanks

    I am looking for the size of the small propane tanks that I see people mounting on bumpers and trailers. Not the small green disposables and not the regular 20 Lb'ers. Also...Approximately how long do they last just being use for cooking?
  15. Jack Lower


    what are your ideas on cooking venison steaks over an open flame? any recommendations on seasonings or cooking methods.
  16. Boort

    What are Your Favorite Overland Recipes?

    Lets put together a collection of favorite recipes for the road. Over the fire, Back pack stove, Cast iron, Plow blade/ Skottle, On the Exhaust Manifold, Solar oven or any other way you enjoy your chow... Make them as quick or involved as you like but let's see what everyone is enjoying on the...
  17. dziner

    ISOPRO Fuel Source - Where to Buy

    I have a MSR pocket rocket stove that I regularly use for boiling water. I ran through the 2 MSR fuel canisters that I received with the stove. I'm wondering where you purchase your ISOPRO fuel canisters? I found that Walmart had an off-brand of ISOPRO which I purchased in 16oz size. But it...
  18. B

    Overland Challenges and Gear to Meet Them, Organized

    So let's see how I can put this to words. Every human has mutual needs. Every overlander is met with mutual challenges. Water gathering, water filtering, food storage, shelter. Then there are things more specific to overlanding like recovery gear, etc. As I am planning my outfitting I can't...
  19. Eric Haltom

    Anybody overland with a big stove?

    Ok, before I had an inkling that I was going to turn my rig into an overland vehicle (about a month ago or so) we had bought a Camp Chef, big gas grill. It a rather large 3 burner stove with a grill attachment. I know I can sell it for a loss and get a more compact one... but. I am in a full...
  20. Captain Josh

    On the Trail Cooking

    I know many of us setup a campsite, and do the majority of our cooking there. But what about those of us out on the trail at meal-time? How do you all prepare and cook a meal on the go? Or do you just brown-bag it? Any suggestions along the lines of @Michael's engine bowl video?