One of our 'issues' with our camper (and campers in general) is that they are so comfortable that they tend to lure you inside, defeating the point of wandering in all these beautiful places. In our last camper when we would have to unpack the stove, set up the table, find a level spot etc, it was very easy to just end up cooking inside. In order to fight this urge to retreat to our indoor kitchen, one of the requirements of our current camper was the ability to cook outside. When we first got our flatbed fleet in 2016, I did build a pull out kitchen drawer into the flatbed itself using 80/20 and 80/20 linear motion bearings. This worked OK, but suffered from the dirt, dust and grit under the flatbed.
So here is MarK II of the outdoor kitchen. This time it is completely sealed when closed, and pulls out to a 26" x 16" bench with a partner stove and drawer for hoses/utensils etc. Everything is made out of HDPE so you can hose it down to clean it, and the surfaces can be used as cutting boards.
Open to cook: