After another camping trip spent digging food out of bins and bags, I've decided to step up my game. I know a lot of you guys enjoy a nice camp kitchen setup. To be clear, this is car camping, not backcountry. I've got a couple of little ones, so the remote wilderness camp will have to wait a few years. Is anyone using the REI/Cabelas type folding camp kitchen setups? Or are you all using wooden Chuck Boxes? I have a 3 burner Camp Chef store that we use most of the time. So a space to put the stove isn't as important as prep and storage space. I see that camp chef has their Sherpa organizer table that looks kind of neat. But it's hard to tell how well it works in practice. Maybe just a chuck box on the back of the truck tailgate? Though we have it with us most of the time, it would be nice to get away from having to have the truck as part of the equation. Finally, it's sure tempting to make a small teardrop trailer for a kitchen and solo camping rig. I could see it being really neat to back one of those into the campsite and pop the top for an instant kitchen spot.