Here are pictures. Please feel free to point out flaming death points, I won't be offended.
Also, yes, that is a Lodge. I wouldn't dare use my partner's Griswolds in this project until I've got a solid track record and no points on my insurance.
(Also, I don't know if my wood is really dry. A picture of my woodpile would show you that it is a few pallets leaned up against a wall, and I picked the "HT" (heat treated) ones from the sideways bars, ie the part that doesn't touch the wet ground when it rains). It doesn't have any roof over it. I suspect it's fairly wet wood compared to what the pros use. I don't have a moisture meter. I like the idea of heat treating my wood with the rocket stove when I'm done cooking, maybe.