Camp Cooking with Outdoor Cookers

Were ever you may be, camping on the beach, or camping in a campground, fishing on a lake, tailgating at the big game or just exploring, at the end of the day, its always about cooking. Outdoor cookers provide some of the best cooking equipment to enhance any outdoor experience. These cookers are sturdy and powerful enough to cook with large pots for those big family gatherings.

Outdoor cookers range from 10 psi (pounds square inch) to a whopping 30 psi and some cookers come with an adjustable regulator. Most cookers weigh more than the canister stove, propane stove, and liquid-fuel stove, but the powers they provide far out-weigh the difference in weight. Yet, they are still light enough they can easily be moved from one location to another.

Outdoor cookers come in many sizes and styles. Because of their size and weight, these cookers are best suited for the car campers and RV campers. Outdoor cookers in comparison are not much different in size than most outdoor camping stoves. In fact, some of these cookers are smaller. These cookers come with single burner and duel burners and some have duel jets while others come equipped with a three hundred sixty degree windscreen. Some outdoor cookers even come equipped with optional slide on extension legs.

All outdoor cookers are strong and sturdy and their weight varies from around eleven pounds to just under twenty-five pounds. Due to their type of construction, some of these cookers can handle pots up to 162 quarts, yet all outdoor cookers will just as easily handle small frying pans or about any other type cookware which makes these type cookers more versatile than camp stoves or portable grills.

Because outdoor cookers are so powerful like the Bayou Cooker, with its 22 inch cooking surface and 10 inch cast iron burner the lists of foods that can be cooked on it is almost unlimited. For the large family gathering the Duel Burner cooker is ideal with its duel 14 inch diameter cooking surfaces. This will surely get a meal ready quickly. For the camper that needs to heat up quickly the High Pressure Cooker with its 360 degree windscreen protection and wide leg design for stability is an ideal choice. This cooker will be great for deep frying a turkey. For the camper that wants the power of a cooker but cooks smaller meals then the Jet Cooker with its flame spreader is a great choice. Close the flame spreader for smaller cooking pots and pans, open the flame spreader for the larger stock pots. For the cook needing a cooker with a low profile yet strong enough for big stockpots then the Banjo Cooker will be an excellent choice. This cooker is ideal to sit on any picnic table.

No matter which cooker you may choose, all of them are great for cooking with Dutch oven cookware. Before you decide on an outdoor cooker, think about its purpose.