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Basics of Airstream kitchens for foodies

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As There is no such thing as a small Airstream kitchen. Although I am a foodie, I won’t let that impede my efforts. Bake dumplings, cupcakes, roast lamb, stewed chicken, and braised salmon. All of my food is prepared from scratch. I enjoyed the celebration of Thanksgiving even though I cooked the turkey over a campfire.

Item Rules for Airstream Kitchens

Every kitchen item must have the following qualities:

  • The Airstream may toss and tumble items. The ideal item is one that doesn’t warp or bend.
  • Glass and ceramics cannot be broken. Broken glass and crockery would make cleaning difficult.
  • Dishwasher-less Airstreams require hand washing of dishes.
  • We could choose between metal and plastic.

Silverware

Originally, the silverware set was designed to serve 16 people. Whenever we need more than that, we would have to use disposables.

  • Four-piece stainless steel silverware set
  • Four stainless steel steak knives are included in the set
  • Stainless steel nesting bowls from MSR Alpine
  • Stainless steel plates from MSR Alpine
  • For microwaving, a set of cooking utensils
  • Vacuum-insulated stainless steel tumblers
  • Camping mugs made from metal

Cooking Tools

As I moved from my old kitchen, I brought with me a few of my favourite tools. The final bit of sauce is gotten out of the pan by stirring food with spatulas. I like heat-resistant spatulas after accidentally leaving my spatula on a hot surface.

  • High-temperature silicone spatulas
  • Stainless steel measuring cups
  • Stainless steel measuring spoons
  • A stainless steel press for garlic
  • Kuhn Rikon Peeler
  • Microplane

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