OK, don't ban me from the forum, but here's an idea if you could figure out how to make it not gross.
I installed one of the 5 inch PVC fence post covers under my TT, just behind the rear stabilizer jacks, for storing the poop tubes (2 10ft sections) and 90 degree elbow. IIRC, that stuff only takes up about 5 feet of my 8 foot long fence post cover. That leaves 3 feet on the passenger side of the camper that could be used for storing something else. Problem is, of course, how you keep poop tube and associated contents/run-off water/etc on that side and your eating utensils on the other side.
1. Cut the fence post cover (FPC for short - hey, just made what I think is a new acronym!) at the appropriate place and put end caps on each side of the cut, essentially making two shorter FPCs. Question then is how you'll support those cut ends as (at least on my TT) there isn't a convenient place to attach to the under belly at that location.
2. Insert and PVC glue into place some kind of internal divider that is water/air tight. Not sure exactly how you'd do that. . .
3. Install a second FPC for "clean" items - wouldn't necessarily have to be the huge 5 inch variety, could even be a round PVC pipe. Size would depend on how large your hot dog stick ends are. As I'm typing this, I'm liking this idea better all the time. I could even see this smaller tube "piggybacked" onto the 5 inch FPC in a very unobtrusive way with some hose clamps.
4. Other ideas????
Of course, with any of the above, the big question is whether 4 and 7 year olds will actually put the sticks into any of these (or into any of the other storage ideas mentioned for that matter). Only time will tell.
Brian, Stacy, and the girls (8 and 5)
2011 F-250 CCSB 6.7L PSD 4WD
2013 Solaire 269BHDSK