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Unread 03-25-2011, 07:13 AM   #7
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Coo deal.
I suggest units like those above because they are very portable and are alot easier to store away in a corner plus she wont have to worry about dealing with hot coals at the end of an event. Is there no space available for her to store a trailer of any size?

My grilling trailer (The chicken Coop) would be ideal for something like this, it's built from a traffic light trailer so it already had gullwing lids on both sides and only needed a few racks put into place and exhaust. I don't have any photos of the finished build all tarted up but I do have a few before, mid way and in action as it was completed the day before it's first use...minus the paint ,new wheels and finishing touches but it cooks like a dream. lol

Consider building something with doors if you want to go the charcoal route.


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