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  1. DIY - Do It Yourself
    So, I made this a few days ago, because I wanted a grill, but didn't want to pay for one, and I figured I'd mention it here, in case anybody wants an idea for something cheap and easy to do, yet useful. Grill surface: $12, walmart +Cinderblocks: $1.40 each, Lowes. (plus two already in the...
  2. Events, Connections, and Get Togethers
    its a meet n greet camp out pm me for more info this ones going to be the biggest yet some are coming for the day and others for the weekend hope you make it................:thumb:
  3. DIY - Do It Yourself
    55 Gal Drum Stove design Cabela’s Do-it-yourself kit - Make a 55 Gal Barrel Stove...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    In my local Ace Hardware affiliate, I saw bags of barbeque pellets. Anyone have experience using these? More/less efficient than charcoal? A frivolity, or practical?
  5. Off Topic Lounge
    Okay, my current grill has seen it's last bag of charcoal so it's time to get a new one. I have been doing a lot of review reading and price comparisons and would like to know what y'all recommend. So far I am leaning towards the Masterbuilt 7 in 1. You can use gas or charcoal and can smoke...
  6. Urban Survival
    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...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    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...
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