In terms of cooking, the griddle is ace. It’s flat on one side and ribbed on the other, and quite easy to clean (although you need a big kitchen sink!). The heat is pretty even, with sausages at the edge browning slightly slower than the middle, but with minimal shifting needed to keep things even.Read more
Do you have what it takes to create, name and inspire this season’s hottest barbecue dish? If you can get yourRead more
The two big burners each come with removable grill-plates (shown in the first picture), under which sit a pair of enormous and powerful burners. Campingaz call these Xcelerate burners, and they kick out a whopping amount of heat. Boil time is pretty low.Read more
This one pot CampingGaz stove is a big step up from the wobbly canister types I recall using during my early forays into camping. If you like your life a bit on the wild side, with perilously balanced pots you’ll probably not want to read any further.
However, if like me you like the reassurance of your dinner staying put whilst cooking then read on, as this may well be the stove for you!
It’s designed to help you make simple meals and the odd breakfast fry-up without any fuss, and it does. We’ve cooked for four a few times on it without any effort and Mrs Muz insists we once managed to cater for… get this… eight!Read more
What I will concede is that the design appears to have changed a tiny bit (there’s some kind of strut on each fin), but I’ll be amazed if that makes much difference to the stability of the whole thing when supporting a pan of boiling water.
Not really suitable for tents due to the ever-present danger of horrible death syndrome, this lantern is bright, warm and cheap.Read more