get ingredients

Step 1: Clean and Collect

scrub old iron tub

Step 2: Set Up Foundation's

dug out a space in suitable sunny spot set up posts to support the 4 corners then concrete breeze blocks to support BBQ off dirt

Step 3: Cooking With Gas

old bbq frame had rusted to bits but cooker was still good so I have cannibised this for the heat

Step 4: Light It Up

adjust height of flame add kids and whatever garnish you like:)
<p>I did something like this years ago when I was homesteading our place.<br>I used wood and it would take about 2 hours with a small fire to get it warm and then the coals kept it perfectly hot for a while.<br>I just plopped it on to cinder blocks with my front end loader.<br>I also plugged the over flow so it was really deep.</p>
<p>nice the good thing with the gas burner is it only takes ten twenty minutes to heat and there is no smoke getting in your eyes</p>
<p>Cool! if you can't find the propane stuff around the house or in a junkyard, the big W sells grill repair items so you can do the burner for around $20-30.</p>

About This Instructable




More by ckeen:mullet fence BBQ Hot Tub for Free Planter Box for Free 
Add instructable to: