I am far from a fan of STP since they were bought over, but I have been trying to take my young son into the woods and away from electronics. Cooking outdoors is a really exciting and tasty adventure we can do on a short hike or even the backyard. I prefer the regular steel pots over the aluminum coated stuff as it scratches easily and warps, not to mention cheap Chinese non-stick coatings are scary. These types of pots are better in my eyes, but they can be tough to cook with and to keep food from sticking. Please keep in mind this is for hiking or to cook up a small side dish for two at most and for $10 you are not getting the super nice $100+ stuff that we would prefer. On the plus size they are cheap, small, and stackable for storage. There is likely tax and the way to get FS is to sign up for their deal alert emails, which I had to create a new email account to use.
I thought I would add in the Kovea backpacking stove of which they have several models and this one is the cheapest. I have an old MSR Wisperlite and even though it is very quiet it is pretty big for some trips. This is a very cheap alternative to some of the expensive pre-filled butane stoves available. Very small, compact, and light.
The other great outdoor cooking item I found on the cheap was a stacked container system from Light My Fire, which I consider to be a solid outdoor company. I have been looking at getting this for a while and it is the lowest price I have seen. This particular item has had great reviews everywhere I have looked for it and is not in production anymore so it is out of stock or limited colors in the other stores I have looked. Hopefully I place my order before any of this stuff runs out. Maybe not the greatest quality on the first two items, but right now I need cheap before quality.