1. Jetboil Summit Skillet

Backcountry Top Chefs, look no further. The Summit Skillet’s thicker-than-average aluminum base distributes heat as well as your favorite frying pan at home, and a ceramic nonstick coating (nontoxic and PFOA-free) keeps cleanup easy. We used the 8-inch pan to make everything from caramelized onions to golden-brown pancakes. A folding handle aids in packing,

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