Check out this little diy project of making your own cold smoker. It is actually kind of cute so it wouldn’t be an eyesore in the backyard.
Smoking meats is a really popular way these days to prepare a wide range of fresh meats. The smoky flavor is extremely popular and smoking meat is also a very easy way to cook most types of meats. The DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a very easy way to build a smokehouse in the backyard by converting an old wooden playhouse.
This Do It Yourself project is a great way to use an old wooden backyard playhouse that the kids are no longer using. The idea of using a child’s old playhouse to use as a cold smoker is from My Casual Homestead.
The project describes the necessary changes that will need to be done in order for the building to be used as a smoker. It also describes how to prepare the heating system that will be used to create heat and smoke.
Benefits of reading the DIY Projects: Make your own Cold Smoker
Discover how easy it can be to build your own home smokehouse using an old kids playhouse.
The DIY project describes in detail how to convert the old wooden playhouse into a building that can house your smokehouse.
It includes a description of all of the materials that were used to convert the inside of the playhouse so that it can be used to smoke your meats.
There are numerous full-color pictures that help to provide the readers with a good visual reference.
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