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Campfire Rack Holds Roasting Sticks
Richard Naish does a lot of campfire cooking and never had a good place to put hot roasting sticks once the food was cooked. His Roasting Stick Rack means he no longer has to worry about placing hot sticks on tables or chairs or putting them on the ground where they’d get covered in dirt and grass.
He just pushes the rack into the ground near the campfire and hangs hot sticks on the rack. The rack also makes for handy storage when the sticks are not in use.
Naish’s rack is made of 3/8-in. square rod with one end sharpened to a point. He welded an 8-in. long, 2 1/4 by 1/2-in. flat bar across the top of the rod with keeper pins at either end for roasting rods to hang on.
About 8 in. from the bottom, he bent a piece of the 3/8 rod to form a step to help push it into the ground. He added a chain just above the step to fasten around the roasting rods for transport and storage.
The total length is about 56 in. and will hold six roasting rods.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Richard Naish, 1873 S. Nixon Camp Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036 (ph 513-827-8820).

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2023 - Volume #47, Issue #4