I'm planning on buying a pressure canner, and trying to think everything through. I'd like to use it in the garage to avoid heating up the house, so I need to buy a propane camp stove of some sort. It needs to be set on a solid counter, so I'm thinking of setting up a counter in the garage. Space is an issue of course, so now I'm thinking perhaps I could fasten an old mahogany door to the wall with hinges for stability, and use saw horses as legs for solid support. That way, when I'm finished, the saw horses go back, and the door drops down to the wall for use later. I already use the garage when I use the deep fryer on a folding card table, so as not to have the kitchen smell like a greasy spoon diner. But card tables will not work on something as heavy as a pressure canner. I of course would cover the door with a plastic table cloth. So, do you think this would work? Would an old interior door (it would be hollow) be sturdy enough for what I'm planning?