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Old 04-25-2019, 08:23 PM   #16
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Old 04-25-2019, 08:36 PM   #17
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If it were me I would send Jeanie "Cowgirl" a round trip plane ticket and while she is there she can help you build a Smokehouse, fire pit, hog cooker and anything else you night desire, just make sure you allow time so she can do some sightseeing.
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^^^ Ha Ha!

Pretty sure volunteering Jeanie's services isn't something she's interested in...
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How long you reckon that there chicken's gonna take to cook?
That was EXACTLY my first thought when I looked at the picture.
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If I were going to do live fire cooking I think I’d have to go with a Santa Maria grill, because the grate height is easily adjustable during the cook.
I think a Santa Maria is very nice and something that I might add.
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Cowgirl has some interesting set ups ... check her site ... some are pretty rustic
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This ^^. There are some very interesting drop-in Santa Maria / Argentine gill set-ups out there.
http://www.azbbqgrills.com/
https://www.jdfabrications.com/
http://www.norcalovenworks.com/
https://www.sunterraoutdoor.com/
Thanks for those links, a lot of killer ideas!
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id love to have something like this, but not at $2300

I like this idea but not the execution.
Something to have an open fire going with a number of options to hang food, or with grates that can be moved up/down like a Santa Maria grill.
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Here is a link to the build of my cinderblock pit. Might be just what you're looking for.
Damn brother, that is some genius pit. I might steal this idea.
Any pictures/threads with finished cooks on this setup?
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I use one of these and love it. We use it as a fire pit the most but it cooks well too.
https://breeo.co/collections/ablaze
That looks nice, thanks!
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If you're handy or know someone who is they can help with some of the gadgets.

My firepit area.



Old camper jack turned into a cooking rack by my dad.



He also made a couple stands that can be used to hold a cooking stick. Made with heavier gauge steel, they could straddle the pit.



I like this a lot, something to get a fire going with multiple cooking options.
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Thanks Smitty, have to go thru that thread!
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I have a cinder block pit, and I've enjoyed exploring other ways to incorporate the cinder blocks into cooking. For example, I created a small fire pit where I could hang some yard birds in front of the fire. But, if you're ready to go full steam ahead - I'm always envious of the Santa Maria grills.
Any pictures?

Cinder block pit with different ways of using it sounds exactly like what I'm thinking off.
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I am restricted by space and found the Santa Maria pit with wheels to be a good compromise for what I wanted. I had mine fabricated at Old Pioneer Manufacturing but someone with ability could make something similar.
That's a really nice setup!
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If it were me I would send Jeanie "Cowgirl" a round trip plane ticket and while she is there she can help you build a Smokehouse, fire pit, hog cooker and anything else you night desire, just make sure you allow time so she can do some sightseeing.
I like you thinking.

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