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Sunday, December 10, 2006

BBQ Smoker Plans and BBQ Kits

This smoker was built by Rob Bagby aka "Rub" from Florida. You too can build a smoker. You just need some "how-to" knowledge and a little imagination. The links below should help.

Steel Smoker from Propane Tanks

Welding skills required, but you'll have a portable offset smoker your friends will envy.

Smokehouse Plans

Construct a simple, but effective slow smoking shed.

Refrigerator Smoker

Got an old refrigerator? Turn it into a cold smoker.

Texas Grill

The traditional barrel-style grill.

BBQ Kit from Refractory Materials

A little more money, but real nice barbecues. You'll be the talk of the neighborhood.

BBQ Smoker from Two Barrels

Vertical barrel smoker.

Big Smokey BBQ Pit

Another barrel-style vertical design.

Rich Sterling's Brick BBQ Pit

This is the best of the bunch--especially if you're a brick mason, or know one that works cheap.

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6 comments:

Carnealfuoco.it - Il piacere del barbecue said...

Congratulations for the blog on BBQ, very useful!!

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Red S Tater said...

Thank you for providing the plans for various homebuilt bbq's and smokers, very helpful. I will add a link to your blog at my site. Firewood News blog.

Sylvia said...

My dad has a pit like this and I've been looking into one for my husband.. He is learning how to cook brisket and definitely needs one of these for Christmas! I hope I can find a mega huge crawfish boiler too.

-Sylvia
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BBQ Grill Outlet said...

So glad to find your site. Always pleased to connect with another BBQ fan. Lots of great posts here! Keep them coming!

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Albert Prime said...

this is great effort but if you are going for tour then you should carry a device named Barbeque Smokers