Camp Chef Utensil Hooks & Paper Towel Holder

Camp Chef Utensil Hooks & Paper Towel Holder
Camp Chef Utensil Hooks & Paper Towel Holder
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Utensil Hooks & Paper Towel Holder by Camp Chef
It's happened a hundred times. You're making dinner, a wind comes out of nowhere (or a squirrel comes out of nowhere) and suddenly you're cooking accoutrements are all over the ground, and your food tastes a bit on the gritty side. Keep your utensils and paper towels out of the dirt by throwing them in the Camp Chef Utensil Hooks & Paper Towel Holder.

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SKU: CCF0035
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