Hi All, We like to cook over the campfire, but as you all likely know, the built-in grating on many fire rings is rusty and disgusting. I have tried to use tin foil, but it's just not that easy to use because it floats on the updrafts, sticks to the meat, rips, and pulls off the grates when trying to flip. It occurred to me while cooking a skirt steak over the fire for some nachos this weekend to look for a grill grate to set on top of the rusted grates. It would have to allow smoke and flame through to get that delicious taste, but have the bars close enough together or sit high enough above the rusted grates so that the meat could not hang through and touch the nastiness. I also don't want to use one that has it's own legs to sit above the fire, since after cooking dinner, I move the burning logs and coals into the front of the fire ring to continue with our evening fire. It might work if the legs are removable or collapsible. Has anyone used anything like this? My first thought was to just buy some replacement grates for a backyard grill, but I wanted to ask if anyone has a favorite thing to use.