How can I boil more efficiently.
So I took a look at my Mother-in-laws commercial evaporator, then went into my office to contemplate a solution, I should also say my budget for this build was exactly Zero (as usual)
I thought to myself "What would MacGyver Do?"
After Staring at paperclips and duct tape for far too long my eyes came to rest on my filing cabinet, and my hoarder genius mind went to work.
Step 1: Gather your equipment
One old metal filing cabinet
A circular saw or jigsaw
Drill and bits
A couple of old hinges
An old chimney pipe
A couple of hinges and hasps
Step 2: Start Cutting
Almost all the pictures in this instructable were taken by my five year old.
Lay your boiling pan on the top of your cabinet and mark the width and length (you could measure and draw but I am lazy)
Do not center the pan, you want to leave room to add the chimney
Take your circular saw and reverse the blade (this is a great trick for cutting metal and it's dangerous!)
Cut the opening out
A better tool for this is a jig saw, but I don't have any blades and I was working on a zero budget.