Not as tall as the Tamale pot but it works for me.
Made from an old canner pot from a tag sale, a 12" cast aluminum pan from the side of the road for a heat sink, a cut down one pound coffee can for an intake baffle and the usual other parts.
The flat pan on the table is a 12" wear ever pizza pan from GW for camping Pizzas.
One Weber charcoal rail completes the "Camper" Grill / Smoker Ensemble and all of the parts store in the canning pot.
If I remove the heat sink and second rack, or the top rack, I can just fit an old small legless Dutch oven that I have, on the bottom for biscuits, Beans, stew etc.
With the vents wide open it seems to like 375 deg.
It's amazing how little charcoal these things actually use.