For years now I've had my eyes open for a small cast iron griddle that would fit on my Weber tabletop grill. Yes, you can just use a small frying pan. But a flat grill gives you a bit more cooking surface and doesn't have a handle to work around if you're cooking meat on the bars as well as veggies on the flat griddle. Well, last night I was shopping at Wal-Mart and, lo and behold, look what I found:
It's small enough to fit under the cover of a rectangular Weber tabletop grill, or on a single burner of the propane stove, or in a toaster oven. The cooking surface at the bottom is about 8.5 x 6 inches. It actually seemed to be factory seasoned a bit better than some of the Lodge frying pans I've had. But I'd recommend seasoning it yourself before cooking on it, anyway.
I don't know if this is a new item or not. I finally found it on the Lodge website, but it was listed under "Baking" rather than "Grills". But it's a very handy sized griddle for any RV.