Yesterday I was all set to do a double batch outside using my converted keg boiling pot. Brought it outside and placed it on my turnkey fryer burner. The keg's diameter is 16 inches. The burner frame is 14 inches. Given that the bottom of the keg is not flat (outside ring and then concave), it was too tippy to even think about doing this outside.
I suppose I could get a cooker (one with legs would work better anyway) or get some sort of grid (like a replacement cooking grid for a gas grill). Anyone else run into this? What did you do?