Help me find a "safari grill" - the collapsible square metal box my parents used 50 years ago in Africa to grill food over burning newspaper.
Growing up, whenever we wanted to cook something outdoors, my parents used this thing they called a "safari grill" that they picked up when they lived in Africa in the 60s. It's just a folding black metal box, about a foot or so tall, with feet to allow air into the bottom, that you fill with wadded up newspaper and set aflame. Steaks laid over the fire on a grid drip fat onto the burning newsprint, take only about three minutes to cook and develop a crust that's tastier than anything I've had at the fanciest steak house. (There were great ritual arguments about what newspaper produces the best steak.)
Google searches for "safari grill" turn up restaurants or a trademarked portable gas thing – not what I'm thinking of. I've been able to find this ebay auction
that has the same funky package as my parents' grill, but it's a bulky, barrel shaped thing, not a simple square box that folds up flat, which is what I want. Apparently there was also a thing marketed as a "qwik cook grill" for a while, but that's barrel shaped too.
I'm striking out with "folding fire box" and similar other search terms. Not being a camping type, I'm wondering if I'm missing something obvious. Can you help?