Friday, November 10, 2017

fun with craft projects

I probably posted this picture a couple of years ago, but can't remember.

Anyway, the reason I am posting this is to show you don't need a bunch of money to make some pretty handy stuff around the house.

It is no secret that one of my most favorite activities is cooking, and the subsequent eating, of many different types of foods. Right up there is cooking over fire. I saw a very primitive version of this on the television one day, where a trough had been made using a couple of piles of dirt, with coals spread down the middle between the two sides. This was used for cooking kabobs.

Well, a couple of pieces of scrap metal later, after calculating the dimensions based on a chimney starter full of coal.....viola! a Bo-beeque. Works like a champ too! Width based on the size of metal skewers in the drawer in the kitchen, and length based on holding a full chimney of burning charcoal.

kabob grill1
It's good to know someone that knows how to weld!


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