No matter what kind of outdoor cooking,grilling, baking or smoking you would like to be doing, this masonry stove will allow you to do it. It has different grills and griddles so you can change them in and out to suit the cooking method you use each time. You can find the walk through on building this on Instructables, shared there by Mother Earth News who says “
Another key design element is the firebox size — not too small, not too large, but just right. Properly sized fireboxes heat up quickly, have improved combustion, produce less smoke and stay hotter longer. We measured cookie sheets, bread pans, medium and large roasting pans, canners and baking dishes to arrive at our optimal firebox size of 13 inches wide by 28 inches deep by 13½ inches high.
Our outdoor oven requires a fire in the firebox for about 45 minutes to one hour to reach a baking temperature of 450 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Or, if you want to grill, you can start in less than half an hour. The stove requires almost no maintenance. There’s no need to clean grease out of the oven because it will simply burn away next time you use it.”
This is a fantastic diy project that will provide years of use and since it does everything you will have less in your yard and less to keep storing away for winter.by MOTHEREARTHNEWS
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