The single biggest challenge to most camping trips is organizing the kitchen gear.
Leeds, UT (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Fall is a great time to enjoy camping with the family while pursuing outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, photography, hunting, fishing, climbing, geo-caching, canoeing, beach combing and many other activities. September, October and November bring cool nights and bright clear days that are perfect for enjoying the outdoors. Besides the great weather, and colorful scenery with the changing leaves, there is also usually less traffic than in summer and fewer people to compete with for camp sites.
Time is more limited however with the kids in school and the shorter days. So making the most of a camping weekend requires planning and the right equipment. According to Montana landscape and wildlife photographer, Eric Kottmann, “The single biggest challenge to most camping trips is organizing the kitchen gear. The tent and sleeping bags are easy to load but give a false sense of progress since the real challenge is packing pots and pans, stove, fuel, lantern, cooking oil, condiments, matches, dish soap, scrubby, utensils, can opener, paper towels, and a myriad of other items that make eating outdoors pleasurable. The Grub Hub is a huge help. With all gear stowed inside, the unit rolls easily from home to vehicle to campsite and the only thing left to organize is meals.”
Kottmann adds, “The Grub Hub’s table space, organizers and support for the stove and lighting make it easy to cook really good food outdoors. The included sink and air dry bags also make quick work of dishes.”
With limited time to travel to a favorite outdoor area and establish camp, it is important to have a system that is easy to set up. The Grub Hub takes less than about 3 minutes to set up and offers the ability to be cooking a real meal in less than 5 minutes. Grub Hub inventor, Joe Baughman states, “The product’s goal is to be easy to set up and use while provide totally functional outdoor workspace with the highest level of organization and portability possible.”
Some accessories, (such as the stove, lantern water bladder and spatulas) are shown only to illustrate usage. They are not included with the standard product.
GrubHubUSA was established in 2004 and based in Leeds, UT. The company manufactures the Grub Hub brand camp kitchen and related accessories for multiple selling channels. The company’s tortoise-like logo, and the tag line “Take it With You”, make an obvious match for the product. Folded for transport, Grub Hub® work stations have a compact profile with hard plastic tables around the back and sides loosely resemble a tortoise’s shell.
GrubHubUSA is developing additional products and camp kitchen accessories including gravity fed water delivery system and a soft sided cooler that fits inside the Grub Hub®.