I want more info on the Grill in the picture off your website
Below is the link to your page and the picture. That is an awesome idea. Are there plans to build it or more pictures and I will build it from the pictures. I love the idea and design.
Thanks in advanceBarbecue Roast Beef RecipesBarbecue Spit Roasted Beef
I'm sorry to say that there aren't any plans. This is a barbecue grill that I bought in France many years ago and it was made by Le Creuset.
It's fully portable and collapses down to fit in a plastic case.
The unit is hinged so you can flip it through 90 degrees and then the heat is underneath. You can see that better in this page for barbecue turkey
. Note how high I can get the grill surface above the coals - this is a riveted adaptation made by a friend of mine.
The secret to the longevity of this grill is the quality of the construction materials (cast iron fire box) and I'm guessing that the reason why it's no longer made is the high manufacturing cost and subsequent high selling price compared with a cheap kettle BBQ made in China.
Is it just you and me that use a rotisserie spit?
You're not the first person to ask me about this piece of kit and sadly I'm not a barbecue manufacturer. If anyone knows of where I can get a new one of these BBQ grills I'd be really interested to know. Likewise, if anyone out there fancies manufacturing a few, I've got some great ideas how it could be further improved upon!
Here are a number of recipes where my Barbecue is put to the test.Rotisserie BeefSpit Roasted ChickenGrilled Duck BreastLambReturn to Home Page from I want more info on the Grill in the picture off your website