Tanji is always asked for her recommendations, whether for cooking tips and recipes or the tools and travel must-haves she relies on daily. And we’re answering the call!
This week: camping gear suitable for the seasoned pro and novice alike.
This chic and retro A-frame tent from The Get Out, available at Williams Sonoma, is lightweight, portable, and sleeps up to three. When it gets dark outside, remove the fly and stargaze through the full mesh wall! ($450)
Enamel bowls are ideal for year-round outdoor serving and can hold everything from salad to pasta to cobbler right off the campfire while your group chows down. These stylish, handcrafted pieces come in four fun, vintage colorways! ($64 for set of 4)
When camping, bugs are inevitable. Arrive prepared with Murphy’s Naturals Mosquito Repellent Balm, which will help keep bugs at bay sans harsh chemicals. Plus, it smells amazing! ($10)
This 12-inch Lodge cast-iron skillet from Sur la Table is 15% lighter than classic versions and features a larger pour spout and ergonomic handle for comfort and ease of use. Plus, it conducts heat evenly to produce flawless fried chicken, roasted veggies, and more. It’s a must-have for open-fire cooking on your next camping trip. ($50)
Camping food doesn’t have to be dull! This travel stove from Coleman comes with its own carrying case and doesn’t require matches to light, so you can cook three square meals a day with ease. ($35)
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