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    Cowboy Cooker (gets them well done)

    I invented this tool just for cooking cowboys. I have seen several firepitts set up for cooking over the years. This is my version made from a harrow disc.


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    Hah, looks kind of like the Detective Gadget of grills

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    Beautiful! It looks well thought out and nicely crafted.

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    Insane,like the horseshoe handles.

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    Thanks brianpoundingnails! We've added your Cooker to our Culinary category,
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    Thanks brianpoundingnails! We've added your Cooler to our Heating and Cooling category,
    as well as to your builder page: brianpoundingnails's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Go go gadget grill...too hot to trot. Well done, nice iron work! Thanks for sharing the idea!

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    Great work, love it

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    Wow, this is very practical and a beautiful looking design. The hinge swing for the cast iron skillet is very clever. I like it.

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    From the swing out skillet to the hanging dutch oven I thought this is a great idea then I noticed the attached griddle plate then grill and the rotisserie all on swing away mounts this only elevated the usefulness and augmented the already great design build. the fold down tables and the storage below completed the look.
    My only questions are how stable is it if everything except for the dutch oven were removed would it still be stable when swung outboard. and how difficult it to remove the skillet quickly while hot filled with food to take it to a table if needed.
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