Ok...so I'm cleaning up the back yard and as I'm rolling this heavy concrete culvert pipe to a new location (it's been here for 12 years) I suddenly had a brainstorm. I noticed the recess in the top and wondered if a BBQ grate would fit...the grates from my smokey joe fit perfectly! :-P I'll let the pics speak for themselves.
I'm headin' to Home Depot to see about a flower pot for a lid (ala Alton Brown). Do you think the concrete (2 1/2 inches thick) will handle the heat? Thoughts and suggestions welcome! :-P
^^^^^ LMAO.... What is it over 80 out there today and you guys are getting a little punchy???
07-19-2008 03:47 PM
If you are able to find one of those cheap 26 inch Sears kettles, I'll bet the lid will fit all the way over that.
What a score? Now I've got another think to keep my eyes peeled for as I drive around town.
07-19-2008 03:57 PM
We've got a bunch of them at work that used to be outdoor ashtrays-now that smokings banned 25' from a doorway they are headed for the rockpile!
I'll bring a few home for you JD and you can do a Stacker mod to it!
07-19-2008 04:41 PM
Looks like it has a lot of potential. Let us know how well it cooks.
07-19-2008 05:15 PM
Coat it with furnace cement. If it absorbs moisture and it heats too fast it could explode. If you "seal it" it might be safer.
07-19-2008 05:19 PM
yes some long small fires in it to drive out the moisture would be a good idea
07-19-2008 05:47 PM
That's an interesting set up JD, can't wait to see how it comes out.:-D
swamp...that looks cool!
07-19-2008 05:55 PM
Originally Posted by swamprb
You've been looking at too many Kamado restoration pics! I'll throw you a lid on my potters wheel, the therapy is working!