Kelty's Base Camp Kitchen will keep you organized, facilitate preparing more complicated meals (bye bye ramen and oatmeal), and keep picnic table space free. Also--it's light weight at 18lbs which is important. I once had an REI camp kitchen, but it was so big and heavy (around 30lbs) that it was unwieldy for me to manage myself and ultimately too much trouble to bother with. The Kelty is something I can handle on my own and find well worth the effort.
There's a space for your two burner stove with a removable wind screen, and two counters for food prep. There's also plenty of extra space for hanging tools and towels, and a handy shelf under the stove which we used to store water. It really makes cooking at camp such a pleasure. We made black beans and rice, stir fry, and blueberry pancakes, among other things, and it couldn't have been easier.
Having a kitchen area at your camp site just makes things run smoother, particularly if you have kids. The more organized you are, the more time you have for play, and this definitely makes food prep go faster. Once you use this, you won't want to go without it and you'll wonder how you managed before. It's a big upgrade to the car camping experience. Find it HERE.