I would like to build a bbq pit out of bricks and want to use wood and charcoal for the fuel. Does anyone know were I may locate some plans? any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I found the best plans in 1950's barbeque books.You can probably find a few at your local library.Since cooking out with charcoal/wood hasn't changed much over the years,the plans for a BBQs haven't either.I was able to build one 3'x7'x3'six years ago for about $500.00.This one was designed with a cooking area to feed 100 people fairly rapidly.If I remember it took me about 5-7 days working on it 1/2 days.I'm sure you can find plans for a smaller one and finish it in a weekend.
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