I'm sure everyone has seen Stumptaco's thread which I hi-jacked...
My father and I are working on the designs for the portable camp kitchen and I will post the progress here. The plan is to produce something similar to a Drifta kitchen (or the like) that is easy to store inside your rig or on a hitch, can stand up to the rigors of travel and be sold in a CKD form for assembly by the end user to keep the costs down.
We will be using our CNC to crank out pieces so we should be able to keep the final product within budget for most of us!
I need feedback though....what do you guys want to see in a kitchen?
Some ideas we've come up with thus far are:
Small plastic oval sink (plumbed out the back with a hose)
Plastic sprayer nozzle (like on your sink) that connects to either a standard hose or a internal water tank. The water tank would be able to be pressurized with onboard air or c02 by way of a valve
Built in cutting board surface w/ slotted drains for racking wet dishes
Inlayed (removable) steel hot-rods for setting hot pans on the surface and not burning it
Spice rack slots for standard sized spice bottles
Optional fold out legs
Additional sides that can expand the work area to support several stoves, coffee maker, etc
Paper towel provisions
Hit me with your ideas!