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    3 in 1 portable BARBECUE GRILL

    Do you like to eat delicious food as much as I do? Then barbecue/baked vegetables/stewed meat in a cauldron is what you need! I decided to make myself a 3-in-1 grill, and I think it turned out very well.
    Check out my YouTube channel for more videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY47liNGQt11VblzGrQZWmQ/featured

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    Enable playback on other websites please; the video isn't coming through on this end.

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    Nice build. I am surprised she didn't make her own hinges...

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    And she cooks too.
    Another great build. but if you add a vertical box or cylinder on the opposite of the fire box then you can smoke a brisket for about 18 hours
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
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    Done

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    Thanks lucia workshop! We've added your Barbecue Grill to our Grilling and Smoking category,
    as well as to your builder page: lucia workshop's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    What a video! Stirs ones imagination, appreciation for the art work and makes you hungry all in one video. I love the little bit of effort put into making the handle brackets look good. As for the cooking I'm not sure what everything was there (it did look good) but I could see a trip to Texas in Lucia future.

    Honestly I was a bit scared when the cutting torch approached the tank. Glad to know that the tank was already penetrated!! A warning in the video might have been a good idea though as we still have people dying from cutting up tanks of various types.

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    The explosion scene was a nice touch. It made me lose composure and laugh on the outside, which is rare.

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    Great video..........she is a very competent metal worker; probably would put some of us to shame. I like that she has a combo cooker and "wok " in the same unit. You can cook your meat and could also do a stir-fry at the same time.

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    I've had a few women fabricators work for me in the past 2 or 3 really stood out as top notch welders and fabricators any one of them could have put many male welders to shame mostly because of their work ethics. When the gals clocked in they were all about the job at hand. But that may have been because I paid my workers well
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