cheap folding grill for fires,barbeque kettles, cooking
originally bought as a stand for my lapto, but works as a bbq grill
For two quid, it's not bad at all, though you do have to cut 'n' chip tha plastic covering off first.
200mm wide x 470mm long x 180 mm high. perhaps slightly short, unless you have a small fire / ember bed.
It's not the most exciting image I've ever posted on the internet
I would imaging it's quite a lot lighter and more portable than the bbq grill linked to above, l though it probably wouldn't last that long. Repurposing things is fun anyway, as long as you make sure you get ALL the plastic off
I guess the pre made alternative would be a grilliput or maybe reusing a disposable bbq.
Nice work, Wolfticket! i couldn't get an image...
and as for you, Mesieur le Bed-ooiun, hav you no sympathy for the plastic-chippers? they, too, have extrusions to look after....
Lob that bugger in a fire, give it a few whacks and the coating is gone.
That's how i'd do it anyway, cack handed sod that i am.
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to clarify, it's a wire shelf with legs that fold out, rather than a grillpan
have got a foldable bbq and messing about trying to make a grilliput-like thing from a telescopic broom handle and bicycle spokes...and maybe a square one from a wheely suitcase handle...and maybe another from copper tubing.
Would love to have the skillls & tools to make one of tensioned steel wire, like a retractable washing line
have also scavenged some disposable bbq grillls is fun making stuff!for a trout, i'd be inclined to rig up a tripod/hanger like ray mears....they can fall apart
trying to think of a way to support the grill without it slipping down the pegs...suppose you could angle them at an ,er, angle.
tesco do a fish basket grill with a handle: reckon you could support that with a post and hook/tent peg arrangement.
had an exellent firebowl from an abandoned frying pan last year...found a saw, too, just lobbed in the bushes!
and for all you pyro's.... chipping might be boring, but burning is poisonous, ya wreckers!
I think I'd go with a cake cooling rack. It's what I used to make a split-level BBQ many years ago. Probably just as light.
Now, if you want lightweight, then the Ti spoke & drilled Ti tube system if probably best. And it all packs away into a small diameter tube.
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