Last year, I purchased a couple Rome pie irons, different sizes. Finally, I tried one on the last trip. I used pizza dough, Canadian bacon, cheese, pineapple. It wasn't bad! I don't use much for ingredients because I don't take bunches of stuff, and more importantly, dog gets to have a sample. I used the pie iron on the galley stovetop, but expect it will work fine on a grill also.
I also got to use my Rtic cooler ultralight which just fits on front of trailer, 52 quart. I loaded it Monday afternoon, returned home Thursday afternoon and still had plenty of ice. It wasn't overly warm, so not a good test.
I also took along a Camp Chef Dutch oven table. It is heavy, wind didn't bother it, and I got the adjustable legs which are excellent for uneven ground. It worked well for a place to put together my foil dinner. With the galley stove heating the stovetop Dutch oven, there isn't much space.
If campgrounds are as badly crowded this summer as last, I may camp at home some and use a new Lodge Kickoff Grill which is their round charcoal grill. It takes up space and is heavy, so may not take it on short trips.
Added cutting board not needed! I had purchased a cutting board with short legs to fit over the two-burner stove to make more preparation room in the galley. I moved the thing ten times because it was in the way. I wanted to preheat the dutch oven while I got the dinner food ready. A five wide galley doesn't leave much space. That is where the Camp Chef table came in handy because it can sit anywhere. One thing I learned long ago is that heavy picnic tables are either too far away or right in the way. One person and a dog do not need a seven foot table.
All purpose table. The legs can be shoved under it and other stuff on top in the Xterra. One of my more useful things, not showing the wind shield. Other tables without adjustable legs have been useless for me.