July 19, 2010
I saw this on Facebook, definitely a different idea for storing your ketchup and other condiments. What’s your thoughts, is it something you’d do?
[img width=640 height=480]https://canvascampers.com/MGalleryItem.php?id=3273[/img]
JoeCamper, EwwwBugs, 4 kids, 2dogs and whatever else fits in my truck.
04 Dodge Ram 1500, 2010 Coleman Avalon
October 12, 2011
Neat idea for popups. And no refridge required. With the HTT, I have plenty of room for condiments. At the beginning of the season I purchase a small bottle of each of our most used items. They stay in the camper fridge. When empty they are refilled from the big bottles at home.
yes Judy they do have that box and several others that will work for this project you can also look in harbor freight they have a bunch of storage boxes for half the price if you have one near you and you can preview all there stuff on line.
the box in the picture is available at home depot here is the link I think its about$ 16.97
this one works just as well and is only 9.97
Harbor Freight had this on sale today for $8.98 and I bought two, one for us and one for our DD and her DH for their office kitchen. I had no idea how many single packs of stuff we had in the refrigerator! The storage box is full already. ;D I just hope I don’t forget it when we head out camping. Thanks, Vik-king for the post with this good idea.
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Where do you get the condiments in that size package? Can you buy them or do you have to steal them from the fast food places. I’ve never seen Mayo in a small packet.
We usually get extras (either because we took a couple or were given more than needed) at fast food places. Our daughter also has a group who bring lunch to the conference room from take out sources. They have a load of mini packs that she gives me along with utensils, napkin, and salt/pepper in a sealed pack. You may also find small packs at stores like World Market.
September 8, 2010
This worked out great for us this week camping. We used the sandwich packs, honey, jelly, and sweetener packs. We moved the case out to the table and everyone helped themselves. It cut down on the jars, bottles, and mess. When we had to move it inside the camper, it was easy to stow flat on a bed end we use for a "closet" ( 😀 ) so the bear(s) wouldn’t be visiting our site. It took up very little room and we also could and did stack other things on top. Again, thanks to Vik-king for this great idea.