I don't have a fireplace but have access to firewood. The cheapest way I can think of to (reasonably) burn wood for cooking, etc., is a fire ring.
Anyone already using them?
Got a favorite brand?
Any useful accessories (cooking spit, griddle, etc.)?
I'm also wondering what kind of area prep I...
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Ingredients for a cook out like this:
A Texas size home made bar-b-q pit. Something so big you have a truck to move it.
1 - Beef Brisket
1 - Rack of pork ribs
Well, my bar-b-q pit is not big enough so I am adding a smoker. This will give the pit 2 more grills 24 inches in diameter.
The smoke stack is being coped to make a 90 degree angle and relocated to the top of the smoker. Part of the stack will be used to make the inlet pipe, and the rest used...