If we are at a camp ground, I use a UCO Flatpack grill (my review here
), which is one of the few that can be carried in a Class B that has no exterior storage at all, and very little interior storage to devote to it. In that blog post, I show how I constructed a carry pouch for it. I believe they are now sold with some kind of a storage bag.
But if we are in the woods, we largely cook over campfires such as the one shown below. A simple grate with fold-down legs will suffice.
I do find that having the right supplemental kitchen gear for my needs is just as essential as the question of what I'm cooking on (awkward sentence). I discuss that in a blog post I wrote about spending almost a month off-grid and on the road (here
). I won't go anywhere off-grid without my Kelly Kettle, silicone buckets, etc.