Maybe I'm getting old, but I'm over the excitement of preparing a hot meal in the open air with just a simple stove. I can recall one memorable trip where we holed up in a foreshore picnic shelter one morning to make a hot cup of coffee in driving onshore rain. Initially I thought I would make a fully optioned chuck box but in the end I decided to break it down to a couple of easily managed components. A bench with removable legs and two storage boxes with double as stove wind shields.
The new rig provided a level of camping sophistication never before seen.
This little black duck took an interest in the construction details. Simple timber frames doubling as handles screwed on a marine ply base with stainless steel sheeting screwed to the frames. Removable top and front sit on locating buttons so that the panels sit in place during transport.