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Grandpa's FireFork

We've all been there at least once. You're on a camping trip, or hanging out around a fire in a friend's backyard, and you want to cook something over those hot coals — whether it's a marshmallow, a hotdog, or a squirrel. In order to get it done you have to either already have a skewer on hand, or you need to find the perfect stick and whittle it down to a proper point. But with Grandpa's FireFork ($7), you can leave all that hassle in the past. This single piece of sharpened stainless steel wire securely fastens to nearly any stick, instantly making it the perfect cooking tool. Its convenient carrying case prevents poked fingers, comes in a range of colors, and features a hole at the top that's perfect for attaching a lanyard.

  • BioLite KettlePot

    Carry everything you need to cook a complete meal in one portable unit with the BioLite KettlePot ($50). Made to work in tandem with the BioLite camping stove, this combination kettle and pot lets you pour hot liquids and cook food. The BioLite stove collapses and fits inside the pot, saving space in your pack. A silicone seal keeps the pouring top on securely, while silicone-insulated folding handles make it safe to carry. It's also made from food-safe stainless steel that's easy to clean and won't contaminate your food.

  • Stanley Adventure Bottle

    It doesn't matter if your idea of an autumn adventure involves hiking a state of the Appalachian Trail, or just braving rush-hour traffic on your daily commute — the Stanley Adventure Bottle ($TBA) is your ideal companion. This versatile, multi-use bottle has a stainless steel screw-off bottom, that works as a cup, and has graduated markings for measurement, and a tapered bottom for your car's cup holder. And at under a half a pound, you'll barely feel it in your bag.