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Folding Camp Table With Grilling Rack

folding camp table with grilling rack
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folding camp table with grilling rack - Lifetime Camp
Lifetime Camp Table with Stove Rack
Lifetime Camp Table with Stove Rack
Lifetime tabletops are molded of high-impact polyethylene and built for all-weather use. They are strong, lightweight, and durable and contain UV inhibitors to protect against fading and cracking. The surface is stain resistant and easy to clean. The steel frame features a powder-coated, weather-resistant finish. The chrome stove rack features built-in utensil hooks, paper towel holder and garbage bag holders. Lifetime Camp Tables fold flat for storage and are backed by a five-year warranty.

Incredibly durable and smartly constructed, this collapsible camp table from Lifetime Products comes in handy for lengthy road trips, car camping, and family picnics. The piece features a durable tabletop for food preparation or dining, and a swing-out, chrome-plated stove rack attached to one end. Set up is simple and quick, and if you choose not to use the stove rack, it can stay neatly tucked out of the way. Steel legs and framing make the table stable and strong, while a powder-coated finish helps protect against the elements. The polyethylene top resists staining and scratching and comes with UV inhibitors to prevent fading in the sun. Built-in utensil hooks, a paper towel holder, and a garbage bag holder add to the usefulness of the stove rack. By itself the tabletop measures 42 by 24 inches and stands 29-1/2 inches high. Rack in place, the piece is 66 inches long. Broken down, it is slim and manageable, though somewhat heavier than your average folding table. Lifetime Products includes a 5-year warranty. --Emily Bedard

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Grilled Pizza with Anchovy and Mozzarella
Grilled Pizza with Anchovy and Mozzarella
Recipe from Joy of Cooking, All about Grilling ISBN 0743206436 This book is a great sampling of grilling recipes. All varieties of meats are addressed, along with vegetables and fruit. A lot of rub/chutney/sauce recipes, too Makes one 10-12” pizza (mine broke apart, thus 2 rectangles) Crust 1 t active dry yeast 2 T warm water (105-115F) Let stand until the yeast is dissolved and the water is foamy on the surface, about 5 min 2/3 Cup cool water 2 Cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1 ? t coarse salt Mix until the dough comes together. Knead by hand or with the dough hook on medium speed until the dough is smooth and elastic, about 10 min. I pour a T of oil into a big bowl and add the ball of dough, moving it around until it is covered. Then cover the bowl w/ plastic wrap and let it sit in a warm place to rise for about 2 hours. Punch the dough down and let it raise for another 45 min or overnight in the fridge. For the “sauce” combine 3 rinsed, dried, chopped anchovy fillets with 3 T olive oil. Prepare a hot charcoal fire with the grill rack about 3-4 inches over the coals. Make the hot portion on one half of the grill, allowing a cool spot to put the toppings on the pizza. Put 1 T olive oil on a cookie sheet. Put the ball of dough on the pan and coat with the oil. Use your hands to flatten the dough into ? in thick crust, with no lip. Pick up the crust and lay it over the hot coals. Cover and let cook about 2-3 minutes. Flip the crust and set onto a cool portion of the grill. Spread oil over crust. Top with fresh mozzarella and chopped fresh herbs (I used parsley and basil) After the toppings have been added, slide the pizza back toward the hot coals so about ? the pizza is directly over the heat. Rotate frequently so you don’t burn the bottom, and so the cheese melts. This turned out so good. Next time I’m going to add more flour and knead my dough a bit more so it is a bit tougher. It was hard to neatly lay the dough over the coals. My husband suggests adding sliced grilled Italian sausage as well.
Grilled Chicken
Grilled Chicken
Grilled Chicken, yellow squash and salad.

folding camp table with grilling rack
folding camp table with grilling rack
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