Charcoal Starter – This is a tool that will get your charcoal started without starter fluid. This can save you quite a bit of money if you do a lot of charcoal cooking.
Dutch Oven Liners – Aluminum or Parchment Paper Liners – choose the one that is best suited to your needs. Not sure which one is right for you. Check out this article.
Measuring spoons – Just don’t use you’re wife’s favorite ones.
Long handled spoon – Preferably wooden so you don’t melt a plastic one or mar the surface of your dutch oven with a metal one.
Long handled knife – Good for a lot of things when your fire is hot.
Wooden spatula – the wood again won’t melt and won’t mar.
Pancake Turner – For obvious purposes. Also called a spatula.
Aluminum Foil – Get the heavy duty kind. It holds up better and is less likely to tear and end up in your food.
Mixing Bowls – Preferably stainless steel and tall.
Paper towels – Any ones will help, but there are heavy duty ones I would get that will help with dutch oven clean up.
Cooking rack (Bottom of oven)
Can opener – Use your imagination.
Pastry cloth –
Small hand ax
Long handled fork
Cooking oil (vegetable with screw on lid)
Aluminum Pie Tins
Whisk for mixing
Coal shovel, small
Long tongs for food
Butcher Block Cutting Board