clackerz wrote:baileysw wrote:I have a 4x4 traytop ute with canopy & tie-down rails. Two pieces of scrap ply (600w x 1000L) make an excellent camp kitchen. A pine frame stiffens the underside, two clips from door stops on each piece of ply clip onto the tie-down rail, and a swinging, drop-down leg on each one gives support at the other end. I put some fibro at the end of one for a cooking area for a ring burner and/or gas stove. I made up a folding tin wind shield for those breezy sites. In the middle of the other piece of ply, I cut out a hole in which I sit a plastic washing up bucket. A few small hooks for utensils, dishcloth and tea towels and you're done.
Place each bench either side of the rear wheel and you have a double-bench kitchen that is functional and also has plenty of room for 2 people for preparation, cooking and stacking the dirty dishes. Underneath I store my esky and groceries in a lareg el-cheapo plastic box.
All up, the cost was less than twenty dollars and I have a kitchen that takes less than 20 seconds to fold up and store in the back of the truck. Photo's are available for anyone interested.
Yeah def post up the pics - luv to see the set-up....
baileysw wrote:Hi guys,
At least three of you have asked for photos of my economy kitchen.
I have taken the photos but my PC is not a publicly accessible server so I can't make them available to this forum. My private email is -
Send me an email and I will forward them on to you individually. If any of you guys can post them onto this website then feel free to do so as long as I get the credited with the shots.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
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