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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was thinking of making a homemade Smoker/Firepit hybrid on my back patio. I think this is a great way of prepping while also enjoying life. Only problem is, I have no smoker experience. My Father-in-law got me hooked on smoking meats and now I want to build my own. Any ideas on materials...
  2. Vendor Deals
    Sale! Volcano Grill w/ Propane Attachment for 134.99: http://www.directive21.com/products/volcano-propane-grill/ theberkeyguy
  3. Urban Survival
    I have read many articles and post about people worried about cooking outdoors in a SHTF type situation. The fear of being discovered as cooking the neighborhood grub:) I would like to know if anyone has come up with a solution to this problem ? A small stove that controls smell or smoke. Maybe...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    D¡ck Butkus Quik-Cook Grill? These were popular for a time in the '90s, today they are difficult to find. Anybody heard of these before? The Qwik-Cook Grill was a grill that burned newspapers for fuel. They were marketed by infomercials on TV featuring former Pro Football Hall-of-Famer, middle...
  5. Vendor Deals
    We are happy to now offer the Volcano Collapsible Propane Grill. http://www.directive21.com/volcanocollapsiblepropanegrill.html The Volcano Collapsible Grill is perfect to have on hand for recreational outings and emergencies. It is the only stove available that can use three different fuels...
  6. 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...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My wife and I already own a regular BBQ (and if any of you ever get invited over for dinner the rib eye steaks are to die for). This is a large bbq with 4 burners. If we face a loss of electricity for cooking, the propane bbq will likely be our main stove. We've got extra propane stored...
  8. General Discussion
    I'm gonna be making a nice, big fire pit in my backyard this year out of some local stones. I have all the stones lined up and ready to go, but what i'm really needing is the actual grate for cooking. Can anyone give me some good recommendations for some? Or, even better, something that will...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a wood burning stove(Harman TL-300, which was a great purchase btw!!!) in the house that I use throughout the winter to keep our heating bills down. It has a cooking grill attachment and I'm sure I can boil water on top for cooking as well. This should be fine for winter cooking, but...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is the first time I've seen this item and it's great! There is no smoke, or fire to be seen and could last a very long time if you store some bags of charcoal! And it would be very easy to take with you camping, or bugging out in your BOV. /Discuss
  11. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I am looking at adding a compact camp stove to my kit. Looking at a small tin with some holes in it as an alcohol stove or some solid fuel versions like the German GI stove with the solid fuel tablets or other solid fuels such as cotton balls drenched in pj or candle wax? Anyone have any...
  12. Urban Survival
    About 5 months ago, while on the way to work my wife and I saw this grill on the side of the road. At lunch it was still there. So my wife called her son and asked him to go get it. The sheet metal was bent from where it fell out of the truck or trailer. A few whacks with a 4 pound hammer...
  13. Urban Survival
    One important consideration should be the purchase of a good quality ice chest and some type of portable grill Grills: Open top grills - are good for using charcoal or small pieces of wood. Even though this grill is portable and can use either small pieces of wood or charcoal, the limiting...
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