Lodge Camp Dutch Oven Lid Stand
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- Use as a trivet for your lid, or flip it and use your lid as an extra cooking surface
- Made of durable 9 mm bar stock
- Folds up for easy storage
- High temperature black finish
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This versatile lid stand can be used in two ways. One side it is a stand for your Dutch oven lid; flip the stand over and the inverted lid can be used as a griddle. Made of heavy-duty steel with high temperature black finish. 9" x 2-3/4"
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It doesn't end there though, if you are cooking a meal where you need to brown the meat first or sautee the veggies then this neat little item will become your best friend. Flip the stand over where the plus sign is on the bottom, place about 15 coals around it, then turn the dutch oven lid upside down and place on the stand. (By flipping the stand over it leaves enough room for the dutch oven lid to sit squarely on the stand without the handle of the lid causing it to rock around.) You now have a seasoned cast iron skillet from which to work.
One final use is to hang it off of the front of your dutch oven table by one of the hooks and the other 3 arms make a convenient rack to hang tongs, hand towel, and other cooking utensils from.
There's not a whole lot that can wrong with it, so long as the rivet holds together and there's no reason to think that it won't. It is sturdy, easy to manipulate and does a great job of...well...holding the lid to my DO. No longer to I have to find a rock or other item to put the lid on when serving or checking on the goodies inside the DO. And now I look like all of the other big kids during mealtime at our camp outs.
I did make a canvas bag for it to into for storage inside the DO when not in use. That way, there is no damage to the seasoning and any dirt/ash on it does not get inside the DO. I could, of course, just store it under the DO as well but where's the fun in that?
I have yet to try it out as a stand for using the lid as a griddle. Not sure I'll do that but nice to have the option.
yes, it is expensive for what it is. It is heavy (but packs nicely folded) and you still doubt yourself, until you don't need to start looking for a good size stone or clean piece of wood to put your lid on while you are cooking, your lid doesn't start burning the grass on the ground, nothing sticks to it and then goes inside the food, etc, etc, etc.
it is one of those thing that you could live without, but it's much better if yo have it